This week's edition of No Apologies TV conveys the disparage between Bernie Eccelstone, F1 / Formula 1 and the US. The USGP has been absent for the past couple years but team owners, such as Mercedes McClaren boss Martin Whitmarsh recognize the importance of F1 in the states. Let's see what happens.
Michele Rahal covers why he likes it that Ford is ditching Mercury behind. Ford didn't take a government bailout which leads it with strategic moves to get back into financial running order sooner than other American brands such as GM and Chrysler. So long Mercury Cougar!
NoApologiesTV - Michele Rahal discusses the recent changes NASCAR Nationwide series has recently gone through with new cars. This mid-season change is causing a financial burden on many of the teams. Distributed by Tubemogul.
The rage in NASCAR is the move of Shell Pennzoil from Richard Childress Racing to Penske Racing. Who is the most vocal about it? Richard Childress Racing driver whose car lost that sponsorship, Kevin Harvick. You would've thought he would have seen it coming. Here's Michele's two cents on it. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Michele Rahal of NoApologiesTV tips his hat off to fellow family member Bobby Rahal for hiring his son Graham into the Rahal Letterman racing team. Distributed by Tubemogul.
General Motors is paying its bailout loans back in full and ahead of schedule. But at what cost?
The potential loss on paper to taxpayers on GM alone was once thought to be as high as $30 billion, according to the White House budget office. The projected shortfall is now under $8 billion, according to market calculations. Distributed by Tubemogul.