Tom Cotter's business card reads, "Certified Car Geek." He is a passionate historian, racer, and restorer best known as a "barn-finder." He has written nine books-five on automotive archeology-including the award-winning Cobra in the Barn, as well as biographies of drag racing legend "TV" Tommy Ivo and customizer Dean Jeffries. Cotter has been involved in the professional auto-racing industry for 30 years. He was PR director for Charlotte Motor Speedway before founding Cotter Group, then the nation's largest motorsport marketing agency. He is president of Grand Prix of America, the organization bringing F1 to the shores of the Hudson River in New Jersey. He lives in Davidson, North Carolina, with his wife, Pat, and son, Brian.
Ken Gross (Hamilton, VA) was Executive Director of the Petersen Automotive Museum, in Los Angeles, California, for five years following a career in advertising. His car, travel, and motorcycle writing has appeared in Robb Report, The Rodder's Journal, and Road & Track.
Michael Alan Ross (San Rafael, CA) has the ability to see what turns enthusiasts on about cars. His work has been featured in advertising, auto magazines, and corporate photography collections in the United States and in Europe. He will go to any length to get the perfect shot that epitomizes a particular car.