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July 31, 2012


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Jon Brobst

One of the NICEST celebrities in all of Motorsports, Tom will be sadly and sorely missed by friends and fans at the SRT Viper Cup. His family must be so sad at the loss of such a fine man, gone far too soon. I wish I had heard him sing....


Kay Sinclair

We've met Tom at a few Cruise-ins, and of course heard his voice at Mosport for many, many years. We enjoyed his banter with Peter Klute on Dream Car Garage. How sad. I'm sure he will be missed.

Greg Vezina

For over 30 years we have been trying to get the world to understand using NH3 (ammonia) as an energy currency and fuel. Few people in the automotive industry and media understand how viable and practicle this technology is, how economic it has become compared to the rising cost of hydrocarbon based sources of energy, or the long history associated with using ammonia as a fuel or energy conversion technology, which goes back to the mid 1800s. Tom knew what this would mean as soon as he heard about our work and he and his staff filmed a wonderful interview with me us the subject.

Thank you Tom, Colin and the rest of the people associated with your company (Internal Combustion Group) and the 'Hard Drive' TV series.

Greg Vezina
Chairman & CEO
Hydrofuel Inc.
C.A.E.C.-Canadian Alternative Energy Corp.

Ray Lavender

Tom was truely a great car guy. He was a friend of us at Snap-on and we were a sponsor of the Dream Car Garage for a few years. Working with him on the set or in the shop was always a treat. He will be sorely missed.
Ray Lavender
Snap-on Tools of Canada

Mr Krisenvorsorge

RIP car guy. We will miss you!

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