National MotorWeek Celebrates 35 years in Public Television – Episode

National series MotorWeek celebrates 35 years in public television with a special anniversary episode


The 35-year anniversary special of television’s longest-running automotive series, MotorWeekpremieres on public television stations across the country on Saturday, October 10, 2015.

In this special anniversary episode, the MotorWeek crew has dug deep into the archives to put together an entertaining and informative ride back through time.  Feature segments will track the evolution of automotive styling over the past 35 years; re-visit MotorWeek’s Drivers’ Choice Award winners to see which picks have stood the test of time; showcase the most iconic and influential vehicles we’ve road-tested; reminisce over our favorite adventures, destinations and people; and poke a bit of fun at ourselves with a classic selection of humorous bloopers, flubs and spins.

Throughout the rest of MotorWeek’s 35th season, Host and Executive Producer John Davis will continue to lead a team of on-air reporters in rigorously testing and evaluating new vehicles and assessing cars’ performance, practicality, efficiency, and safety.  More than 150 cars are examined annually for the benefit of viewers.

MotorWeek’s feature line-up will continue with the return of popular segments such as Goss’ Garage with MotorWeek’sresident Master Technician Pat Goss offering know-it-yourself car care advice. Yolanda Vazquez also keeps viewers in the know with consumer news and trends in “Motor News” segment. Zach Maskell turns up the fun with a look at the auto world in overdrive during the “Over the Edge” segment. Lauren Morrison delivers timely information on driving and automotive safety, money-saving advice and technological advances in the “FYI” segment. Brian Robinson takes a very hands-on look of the two-wheel experience reviewing the newest motorcycles and scooters in the Two Wheelin’ segment. MotorWeek will also accelerate its coverage of the use of alternative fuels and advances in green-power technologies as consumers’ race toward a cleaner driving future.

Produced and distributed by Maryland Public Television, MotorWeek airs on 92% of PBS stations nationwide and can also be seen on the V-me Spanish language network.  Winner of dozens of prestigious automotive journalism awards, MotorWeek is also seen on the Velocity channel.  Program excerpts are available to viewers on the program’s website,, and on its YouTube Channel, Viewers can also find MotorWeek on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. MotorWeek is nationally sponsored by, and the