Tom Drewer has made another radio appearance before returning to the USA, this time on Adelaide's FiveAA station with host Sean Perry.
Drewer discussed his "apprenticeship" in America over last two years racing in the IMSA Prototype Lites series and his 2010 plans to make the jump to the American Le Mans Series.
Australian Le Mans hopeful Tom Drewer has made a guest appearance on Australia’s Radio Hotlap with father Mike Drewer.
Drewer and Drewer were the stars off the show, episode 140 of the ever popular Podcast produced in Tom’s home-town, Adelaide, South Australia.
Radio Hotlap is a “light-hearted look at the world of motor racing, gadgets and bbq’s, aussie style”, says host John Hart, “and neither of the Drewer’s suffered food-poisoning from the teppanyaki so it was a great night.”
In the episode, which covers the week that was in motorsport, Tom Drewer discusses his last two years of racing in America and his quest to be Australia’s next Le Mans Winner, while host ‘JP’ delves into Mike’s past, bringing up his days racing Australian Formula 2 at the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Like many of today’s young racers of the future, Drewer comes from a long-line of racing pedigree. His father Mike raced Formula 2 and won a Clubman sports car Drivers’ Championship and the Phillip Island Endeavour Cup in Formula 2. Tom’s grand father, Jack Waye also raced and built his own cars, the Holway sportscar and the Waye 500 openwheeler.
Drewer returns to America early February to continue his quest to become Australia’s next Le Mans winner.
Listen to Drewer and Drewer on Radio Hotlap by clicking here.