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“I prefer to drive than fly, so I take it up and down to San Francisco and when I want to make time, I take the I-5 at night and just run,” he laughs.“If I want to take my time, just have some fun and just think, I’ll go up Highway 1.”When he first got the car, Ferrara was on his cellphone, walking through the garage, and the Bluetooth startled him.During the first two seasons, Power Laps was a segment of the program in which The Stig completes a lap around the track in a reviewed car to compare its performance to previous contenders.All laps are timed with the car's manufacturer-provided adjustable settings configured for maximum performance — all adjustable suspensions are set at their most efficient, all gear shift maps are at their most aggressive, and driving aids such as traction control are deactivated.I ran the wire and I have a holder for my i Phone that sits in the power outlet so I could navigate with the phone.

Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Adam Ferrara is recognizable for co-hosting History's "Top Gear," playing 'Needles' Nelson on FX's "Rescue Me," and as Frank Verelli on Showtime's "Nurse Jackie." What he doesn't get enough attention for is that he's also one of America's best stand-up comedians.The proud New Yorker has gained plenty of fans from his TV and film work, which also includes the role of Sergeant Howard in the frequently rerun Kevin James film "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" and co-starring as Detective Tommy Manetti in Denis Leary's short-lived and under-appreciated ABC sitcom "The Job." When he's not playing a cop, he's likely portraying another blue-collar guy, winning audiences over with his down-to-earth charm., presented by Rutledge Wood, rallycross ace Tanner Foust and Adam Ferrara, was axed after six years and 72 shows.A week later, following the UK edition’s final episode of Series 23, lead presenter Chris Evans stood down after just one series.