TV4’s Motorland, a Video Network for Auto Enthusiasts, Launches on Hulu, YouTube
Motorland, an on-demand television network for automotive enthusiasts, gear heads, and anyone with a passion for classic and modern cars, marked its official launch at the Automoto Film Festival, which was held August 14-16 in Monterey, CA. The network is now available on Hulu, YouTube, and www.motorland.tv.
A variety of automotive executives, experts, enthusiasts, and more visited Motorland’s Automoto showcase to discuss their latest products, their experiences at the festival, and some of the major issues currently impacting the automotive world. You can see pictures of some of the best moments from the launch and the festival below.
From left: Dane Sandburg, President and CEO of Brembo Brakes; Stephen Pullin, Executive Producer of the hits TV series PINKS and PINKS ALL OUT via Pullin Media Group, a Motorland partner; Steve Saleen, CEO of Saleen; and Alan Taylor, an award-winning radio and TV host and Motorland evangelist.
Simona De Selvestro, the first woman to get an opportunity to race in a Formula One car. She is currently a test racer with Sauber in Switzerland.
Formula One race car on display at the Automoto Film Festival.
From left: Alan Taylor, an award-winning radio and TV host and Motorland evangelist, and Aaron Hagar, an accomplished artist, automotive enthusiast, and son of rock star Sammy Hagar.
Bugatti display at the Automoto Film Festival.
Barry McGuiar, host of Car Crazy Central and President & CEO of the Meguiar’s car care product line.
Nearly 1,000 cars were on display at the Automoto Film Festival.
Leslie Kendal, Chief Curator of The Petersen Automotive Museum.