KIDZ TEST DRIVE THE NEW CAMARO CONVERTIBLE
June 23, 2011
Hosted by Noah Hassel and John Schern
On the premiere episode of “Kidz and Karz,” Ryleigh and Anthony actually test drive the brand new Camaro Convertible (Dad was driving) from Chapman Chevrolet in Phoenix, in fact this was a great way for Anthony to dry out his hair, still being a bit wet after a morning shower. With the Arizona heat, the hair drying process with the help of the Camaro took exactly 22.3 seconds. Also on the show it’s the battle of the hybrids, so tune in and buckle up, and if you are trying to dry out your hair while listening to “Kidz and Karz” please get as close to your computer speakers for the total drying experience!
Kidz and Karz
Thursday at 1 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Kids Channel
If you have ever wanted to know about cars or love to talk about the latest and greatest of anything with wheels, then buckle your seat belt and hold on! Noah and John are the hosts of the show. Both Noah and John are High School students who love to talk about cars or anything with wheels that goes fast, looks cool or is new tech for cars. Their show airs every Thursday at 1 PM Pacific on VoiceAmerica Kids. These two young gear heads talk the latest car talk as well as the oldies, the ones that really set the pace for the auto industry. They discuss what they like, what they want to drive (when they get their licenses) and what it means to be a real car enthusiast. Sometimes they even disagree on what the best car is for the topic they are discussing, but in the end they both agree that cars and anything with wheels is cool.
Noah Hassel and John Schern
Noah Hassell is a 15 year old with an uncanny passion for cars new and old. He is always the first one to get his hands greasy when working on cars, motorcycles and anything mechanical. Noah loves photography and one of his favorite subjects is shooting classic cars and going to the Barrett Jackson auto show.
Noah was born to ask questions. He has always been very inquisitive about mechanical devices and how things work. He has always taken machines apart just to see how they work and what’s inside. At 12 Noah found photography and just last year got his first high-end camera to take photos of his friends and cars. His favorite car is the Bulgaria 1277 A.
With his years of mechanical disassembly, love of cars and technology Noah is ready and willing to share his love, passion and excitement on Kidz and Karz.
Hey everybody! My name is John Schern and I love cars! I eat, drink, and sweat gasoline. (not literally! You know what I mean!) To tell a little about myself, I am a high school student in the grand state of Arizona with my bro for life, Noah. Some of my favorite hobbies include mountain biking, martial arts, and of course, cars. My addiction with cars is more of a love-hate relationship. I see it as a blessing-slash-curse type thing. For example, doing eighty down the freeway behind the wheel of a V10 with the stereo blaring, well there is nothing like it. Not even close. But on the flipside, it can get annoying when the list of people that hate you is constantly growing all because you can’t drive twenty yards down the road without yelling “PORSCHE!” every two seconds. But I have no complaints. Some of my favorite cars include the Maserati MC12, Pagani Zonda Cinque, and the Porsche 911 GT3 RS (it’s a mouthful, but pretty sick) and my ultimate dream car would have to be a 1967 Ferrari Daytona. If I had to be anything, I would be a GT Circuit racer, hands down and my favorite color is blue, just so everyone knows.