Off the Road Again Podcast Episode 6

Off the Road Again Podcast: Episode 6 – Joel Strickland Our Man in AUS

Welcome back to the Off the Road Again podcast! We’ve missed you. The focus is on the off-road adventure but we also dabble in all things SUV and truck, maybe even some rally cars.

Ross, Chris, & Joel Strickland discuss the Hyundai Santa Cruz winter testing, the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, & the Vonnen Kelly-Moss Racing 991 Turbo S Hybrid Safari Porsche.

Joel discusses his photography/videography business. Ross and Chris make jokes while Joel discusses serious topics.

This week’s photo/Video Notes:

2006 Dodge Rampage Concept

2006 dodge rampage concept

2006 dodge rampage concept

Hyundai Santa Cruz Testing

Hyundai Santa Cruz Winter Testing

2021 Cadillac Escalade

Vonnen & Kelly-Moss Racing 911 Turbo S Hybrid Safari

Joel’s Drift Squid Drone Work

Joel’s Aston Martin Wreck Photo

Aston Martin Wreck

Mitsubishi Pajero Sport

2020 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport

Tonka Hilux & 4Runner

2017 Toyota HiLux Tonka Concept

Tonka 4Runner

I got bogged at Inskip Point – Fraser Island Facebook Group

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2 responses to “Off the Road Again Podcast: Episode 6 – Joel Strickland Our Man in AUS”

  1. outback_ute Avatar

    Should be an interesting episode – I remember the Aston crash happening at Calder, although I wasn’t there

    Edit: part way through the octane ratings are different between the US & other places (MON vs RON); the fuel is pretty similar between our 3 grades and yours I gather, it is just the numbers that are different. So 87 MON is basically the same as 91 RON.

  2. outback_ute Avatar

    Good one. All the pickups are body on frame, and apart from the VW Amarok and some Nissan Maharashtra are all made in Thailand.

    Hidden Valley always looks dry because it is in the tropics in the dry season; the same area could get 10 inches of rain a day in the wet season.

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