We believe success means helping others achieve success. We want the stories we run to inspire gearheads, to show how that thing you love to do with the wrenches and cursing and bleeding is more than just “playing with cars.” We want to show the world how gearheads matter. We want to tell your stories.
Brian Driggs, founder & editor-at-large – Phoenix, Arizona, USA
This site represents my dream. My life is better because I play with cars. The things I’ve learned, places I’ve been, and people I’ve met have made me who I am today. I know I’m not the only one, so I seek out stories of gearheads like us. I want to make a living out of helping gearheads live better lives.
I currently drive a 1998 Mitsubishi Montero (aka: Pajero, Shogun). It’s mostly stock, and it’s the new family truckster. Adventure awaits, and I want my family enjoying my vehicle(s) with me from now on.
Deanna Isaacs, partner & editor-at-large – Seattle, Washington, USA
My love of cars has been fostered by my family over many years – first with my father and then my husband. I have driven in multiple countries around the globe and found that, everywhere, people love what they drive. As I completed my collegiate journalistic training at the University of Washington, in Seattle, I never lost track of my automotive enthusiasm. With a Collegiate Formula Motorsports team, an auto column and an outdoors column, and over 80 other articles under my journalistic belt, I graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the UW in 2014.
My ever faithful Mazdarati, a 1996 Mazda Miata M-Edition in Starlight Mica Blue, is the MediaMiata and takes my husband and I to every automotive even we’ve covered. It has survived scuba lessons, Canadian rally stages, and still has the spirit of a 2 year old car (from before electronics overtook our engine bays).
With Gearbox Magazine, I scour the globe for stories about gearheads who make a difference. Have a story? EMail me! Deanna.Isaacs at this website and see what we can do to make this automotive world a better place.
Dennis DeJong – Alex Waller – Dave Hymers – Kim Schuenman – Rob Douglas – Stephen Burke – David Lovett[ updated 29 September 2014 ]