Jay Traugott, Executive Editor
Jay Traugott was just nine years old when his grandfather gave him his first auto magazine which began his passion for cars. He was raised in Toledo, Ohio, the home of Jeep and the people who love them. After wrapping up a degree in Communications and English at Ohio University, he worked in online media and advertising for several years before making the switch to automotive journalism.
Jacob Joseph, Contributing Editor
Phillip Harbor, Managing Editor
Phillip Harbor was born and raised in a small town in southwest Ohio. His passion for cars and trucks began at a very young age as he grew up working in his family's scrap yard. He attended the Ohio State University and earned degrees in International Business and Economics. After a few years working and writing in politics he was motivated enough to jump ship and start covering topics he loves such as auto and industry news.
Michael Hines, Contributing Editor
Adam Lynton, News Editor
Adam Lynton was born and bred in London from where his most treasured childhood memories include riding shotgun in his uncle's red Ferrari Mondial and accompanying his dad in his yellow '78 Corvette Stingray on a classic car run. Getting banned from driving after the naughtiness of a Toyota MR2 caught him out once too often is a memory he'd rather forget. Later, the chilled-out charm of Thailand's Chiang Mai enchanted him for a few years where he worked as a Deputy Editor for a local publishing house. A Math and Philosophy grad, Adam brings a thoughtful, analytical and unique approach to the latest news stories.
Noah Joseph, Editor in Chief
A veteran automotive journalist, Noah Joseph has been published in print and online media from Autoblog.com to The New York Times. Noah is a multilingual, multinational citizen, a military reservist and former public affairs consultant, and enjoys accruing licenses and certifications on various classes of motor vehicles in countries around the world.