Coronado 2012 With Les Canaday of Classic Datsun

September 29, 2012

Adam and Matt talk about the Coronado vintage races this past weekend. They’re joined by Les Canaday of Classic Datsun Motorsports. Les is Adam’s mechanic and he also drove the lightweight Datsun roadster in the race on Sunday. Then we step outside to fire up a Porsche Panamera GTS.

Show Credits

Producer: Jeff Fox
Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana

Adam and Les Racing The Lightweight Roadster


2013 Porsche Panamera GTS


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11 thoughts on “Coronado 2012 With Les Canaday of Classic Datsun

  1. D. Winkler

    Would like to view the videos listed, but a click gets the following message for both:

    “The uploader has not made this video available.”


  2. mnoswad1

    when i dial up ace on the house or carcast……..safari on my macbook pro says google is blocking “” for hosting malware.

    youtube says that the videos are not available either.

    come on dudes, i need my Saturday programs!

    seems no problems on firefox.

  3. Chris from Lakeland, FL

    I have no luck with IE, or Firefox; videos just aren’t available, for me. Plus one time, when re-opening the page, I got an ad-ware redirect to a different site. Something screwy is going on.

  4. Randall

    I too get the malware notice. It says it has something to do with “” Also, the videos haven’t been made available or something.

  5. CarCast Post author

    We had some attack on the site late last week. Sorry for the problems. It should all be fixed now. Close the page and clear your browser’s cache.

  6. EW

    hate to say it but the race videos are a little boring without some commentary. but keep’um cum’in!

  7. ChicagoCarrollaFan

    Seeing Adam’s son reminds me of when I was a kid and I’d go with my Dad to Road America when he helped in the pits for his friend who raced SCCA. Good Times.

  8. Nick

    Ace, that funny sound you are hearing is the header. I don;t know if it is a sucking noise when backing off at high revs, or a vibration from it, but my Volvo 122 has a header(sounds off I know, but it is a really built motor) makes the same noise when you back off. It could be that the noises are absorbed by the thick cast iron manifold that comes stock on the car, and the thin wall header does not absorb it.

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