The Drive Team
A former editor at Details and Rolling Stone and the digital director at Maxim, Mike Guy is a longtime contributor to Road & Track, Playboy and Men's Journal. His writing on motorsports is collected in the Best American Sportswriting anthology.
A co-host of the show /DRIVE on NBC Sports, Mike was the founding editor of car culture site Jalopnik, and a former editor-in-chief of 0-60. He has contributed to Wired, Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, and Maxim; and previously hosted the satellite radio show RPM.
Will Sabel Courtney
Will is the former managing editor of RIDES Magazine and the former online editor for 0-60 Magazine. He has worked for Time Out New York and Rolling Stone, and was the creator of College Cars Online, the first automotive blog specifically targeted at college students and young professionals.
West Coast Editor
Kyle is the West Coast Editor for The Drive. He recently relocated from New York to Los Angeles, and he still can't figure out how anyone gets any work done out here.
Chief Auto Critic
Born and forged in the Motor City, now a Brooklynite, Lawrence is the former chief auto critic at the New York Times and Detroit Free Press. His award-winning work has appeared in Automobile, Road & Track, Fortune, Conde Nast Portfolio, Men's Journal, Popular Science and others.
Military & Aviation Correspondent
Tyler has been obsessed with all things aviation and military as long as he can remember. He went on to develop the defense-oriented website Foxtrot Alpha and can often be found with a camera around his neck, photographing aircraft and weaponry.
Alex Roy is Editor-at-Large for The Drive, Host of The Autonocast, co-host of /DRIVE on NBC Sports and author of The Driver, has set endurance driving records in Europe & the USA in the internal combustion, EV, 3-wheeler & Semi-Autonomous Classes, including the infamous Cannonball Run record. He is also Founder of Noho Sound, Producer of 32 Hours 7 Minutes, and has spoken at the FBI, CIA, MIT & Stanford about numerous driving records which must still remain secret.
Benjamin Preston is an automotive journalist who holds the dubious distinction of having worked both as a writer and editor for the New York Times Automobiles section and as a mechanic at the Pep Boys in Fredericksburg, Va. As a journalist, his work has taken him to a few war zones, including Baghdad, Iraq, and the Detroit auto show.