No Driving Gloves

4 automotive industry professionals musing over whatever they feel like. With backgrounds in restoration, conservation, hot rods, automotive history, simulation, and racing who knows where the conversation will go.

Recent Episodes

George Sedlak is more than Evel 165

Feb. 22, 2021

George Sedlak has been an artist for as long as he can remember. Making clay elephants as a bit, cu…

Good Family Classic 164

Feb. 15, 2021

Jam Session. A good classic family car for Derek. Driving slow cars. Responsibility. Guests. Your d…

Fire 163

Feb. 1, 2021

We reflect on the recent fire at the Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum and the armchair investigators.…

Car Shows and Masks 162

Jan. 28, 2021

John makes us go there. The title tells all.

Reverse Wedge DIgital Exhaust Idiocracy 161

Jan. 25, 2021

Reverse wedge cutting a car, flush glass, chop tops. Will gets into the subtle mods some of his car…

Storyteller Overland- Brent Lang 160

Jan. 3, 2021

We spend time with Brent Lang from Storyteller Overland, a Birmingham, AL-based company. They take …

About the Hosts

John Viviani


By day John is a collector car consultant and podcast producer. However, he has had a 30-year career working with automobile museums, restoration, and general repair. Holding multiple degrees from various institutions including McPherson College. John offers you his insight into general automotive trivia, post-war sports cars, and the most up to date industry news.

Will Posey


Will Posey is the owner and operator of his own Hot Rod shop. Having built many well know hot rods over the years Will has gained a strong following in the industry. Soon Will will have his own TV show alongside Courtney Hansen. He graduated from McPherson College alongside John.

Derek Moore


Derek Moore is a pre-war expert, never mind his day job as a museum curator of more modern sports cars. Having a degree in Museum Conservation and extensive knowledge of the automobile's history, his expertise cannot be matched when it comes to preserving and caring for historic automobiles.

Sean Yoder


Sean has done everything a car guys wants. Starting with his first car a '69 Camaro, to his current role building and designing his own racing simulators at a company he co-owns. Sean has spent time racing, then instructing with Porsche, SRT, Aston, among others.