How I Drive | Profile of Michelin’s Brian Remsberg

How I Drive | Profile of Michelin’s Brian Remsberg

Last March, I took my first trip to Greenville, SC to attend my first Michelin event – Women and Tires. While there, I not only got have a blast test driving at Michelin’s Proving Grounds, I also got to meet Michelin’s Director of Consumer Public Relations Brian Remsberg. Brian likes cars, safe tires (of course), and judging by his Twitter handle, golf. Let’s learn a little more about Brian by checking out his driving style!

How I Drive | Brian Remsberg

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Location: Greenville, SC

Daily Driver: The last Pontiac ever built! 2009 G8 GT with MICHELIN Pilot Sport All-Season 3 Tires

Time Spent Driving/day: 30 minutes

Road Most Traveled: I-85 – the only 8-mile stretch of Greenville with traffic

Driving Style in One Word: FunSafeFast

In-Car Must-Haves: Tunes and fresh air when above 60 degrees

Driving Tunes: Tom Petty and Bob Seger or Mike & Mike (ESPN radio) between 6-10 a.m.

Time-saving technique: Ability to read a map and know the back roads — never stuck in traffic.

Hanging from rear view: Nothing.

Stay tuned for more “How I drive” profiles. Whose profile would you like to see next?

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Whitney (Gonzalez) Ramirez has admired high-performing cars from a young age since her father is an automotive mechanic and racecar driver. She is intrigued by new developments in the automotive industry and is particularly interested in European cars and racing. Read more about Whitney here.