Word is out that a cross-country record attempt will occur in my 2013 Morgan 3-wheeler. The run will be categorized according to its uniqueness, which means records in multiple categories, bravery being one of them. The vehicle is as prepped as it could possibly be.
The skeptics are out on the run being completed without a major issue. What’s the over/under on success? Will it make it?
Alex Roy is the author of the LiveDriveRepeat blog and a Kinja of the same name.
Roy is really proud of coining the phrase “Autonomotive Singularity .” Roy is President of Europe By Car, the founder of Team Polizei, a columnist for Jalopnik, a host on /DRIVE and author of The Driver - which depicts his 2006 NY-LA Transcontinental Driving Record, accomplished in 31 hours and 4 minutes. He also the Producer of The Great Chicken Wing Hunt & 32 Hours 7 Minutes , was Chairman of The Moth from 2002-2007, won The Ultimate Playboy on Sky One, has competed in LeMons & the Baja 1000, and holds a variety of driving records which must still remain secret.