We are back with episode 114! It’s a pretty good one this week, not gonna lie.
We kick off with a bit of bollocks, before Mitch talks about how Tetsuya Tada (the bloke behind the GT86 and the Mk5 Supra [and mini-vans]) wants to partner with Porsche for the next-gen MR2 and to base it on the next-gen Cayman/Boxter chassis.
Joseph then talks about Toyota and Suzuki buying bits of each other, and how Mercedes is surprised that apparently nobody wants their X-Class and their decision to kill it off.
Mitch then talks about CAMS and Stadium Super Trucks getting over their differences, and Stadium Super Trucks will be returning as a supporting series with Supercars, starting with the Gold Coast 600 in October. We then talk about Supercars dropping Queensland Raceway and Philip Island from the 2020 roster.
Mitch talks about the disappointing new Land Rover Defender, and how it’s not a bloody Defender.
Matt then talks about how the values of Alfa-Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio’s are dropping hard and fast.
We then play a few rounds of ‘Would You Rather’, before we round off with an observation from Mitch about how the type of car you drive changes how you drive.
Gears and Beers is hosted by Mitchell Denham, Joseph Riga, and Matt Morwood.
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