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Life is in transition. I’m speaking, writing, and directing a non-profit organization called Center for Fathers and Families (instead of all the other things I used to do). You have been directed here personally by me (or this site was recommended to you by someone I referred here). Stay in touch using this page. Thanks!

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AutoWeek is a weekly automobile magazine based in Detroit, Michigan. The content is divided between automotive news, vehicle reviews, and motorsports coverage.

Originally a biweekly motorsports newspaper named Competition Press (July 1958), it began publishing news and reviews in the mid-1960s. As vehicle reviews and automotive news became more of the publication's focus, its name was changed to Competition News & AutoWeek and it began to publish weekly. In the mid-1980s, under the direction of longtime editor and publisher Leon Mandel, changed its name to simply AutoWeek and transformed from a tabloid newspaper into a magazine.

Keith "K.C." Crain Jr. is now the publisher of AutoWeek and Leon's son, Dutch Mandel, is the editor and associate publisher. AutoWeek's Executive Editor is Wes Raynal.

AutoWeek is published by Crain Communications, which also publishes Automotive News. AutoWeek has a weekly readership of approximately 300,000.

Since it is a weekly (as opposed to monthly) publication, Autoweek is often first to publish photographs of pre-production car models (known as spy shots).

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