“Is this a GM town or a Ford town?” I ask the driver of our antediluvian Chevy Express as we enter an endless parking lot. A sea of pickup trucks and late 1990s Detroit tanks defines the landscape here as much as the lush tree canopies and valley. ”Both,” he drawls, while I’m stumbling out of the van. It’s humid as hell, and I’m schvitzing thirty seconds later. We’re in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the parking lot belongs to the plant where Volkswagen has been building Passats for the past year. Read full story »

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Roberto Guerrero Maurício Gugelmin Dan Gurney Hubert Hahne

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