Car of the Year 2016 | Steering Committee

    The following Robb Report readers were among the guests who joined the magazine’s editors and writers in driving, evaluating, and ranking the 2016 Car of the Year candidates.

    Rudy Albers, Jim Allen, John Antonczak, Lee Applbaum, Roy Arnold, Craig Barto, Tony Bates, Ross Bhappu, Garrett Bland, Brad Blettner, Mitch Bloom, Jean-Marc Bories, William Bradley, Todd Brady, Eric Brandt, David Brasfield, John Bremer, John Bristol, Jim Brown, Paul Buckter, Bruce Burkard, Shai Burstein, Walter Cho, Ashley Chung, Andrew Clark, Bob Clark, Lisa Clark, Larry Cohen, Kevin Collins, Taylor Conway, Michael Covarrubias, Adam Craun, Dale Crighton, Jim Demetriades, Therese Doherty, David Dolan, Cushing Donelan, James Early, Michele Eddy, Michael Edelman, Zane Edwards, Gavin English, Hans Eulenhoefer, Larry Farrugia, Susan Farrugia, Russ Faulk, Dean Fearing, Moti Ferder, Peter Fioretti, Kenny Fischer, Greg Fontana, Bob Frazier, Ryan Freedman, Pete Georgiadis, Wanda Gierhart, John Glashow, Mark Grosvenor, David Hahn, Don Haloburdo, Chris Hamaway, Michael Hamaway, Pat Hamill, Chris Harbert, G.J. Hart, Faheem Hasnain, Lars Henriksen, Brent Holden, Cheryl Holden, David Iafrate, Rob Inches, Michael Ingram, Janice Jaraicie, Dick Johnson, Don Jones, Michael Kaczmarek, Greg Kadens, Mike Karns, Martin Katz, Scott Katzman, Dan Kelly, Michael Kelly, Darioush Khaledi, Tarek Kirschen, Tom Klein, Jonathan Ko, Dov Koplovsky, Hartmut Kraft, Richard Kresch, Steve Kris, Neal Kusnetz, Tom Kuzio, Kirk Ledbetter, Samuel Leizorek, Steve Levine, Peter Li, Scott Libertore, Terry Liebman, Nick Linca, Pat Low, Steve Magaziner, Wayne Mailloux, Jeremy Mancheski, Vahid Manian, Tom Mantione, Alan Mark, Isaac Massry, Brian Matthews, Tara Maw, RJ McArthur, Jamie McCourt, Bill McIntyre, Ravi Mehta, Scott Meller, Lori Milgard, Tim Morris, Bret Morrison, David Mosteller, Dan Moyer, Kapil Moza, Larry Mueller, Christian Navarro, José Luis Nazar, Nicholas Nikolov, Grant Oayda, Ellis O’Connor, Preben Ostberg, Marc Ostrofsky, Bogi Palsson, Daniel Paltridge, Dan Pettit, Trevor Philips, John Plueger, Rick Poon, Michael Power, DLynn Proctor, Don Quigley, Irene Reznick, Jim Ring, Grant Rogers, Michael Rubin, Nicole Ruvo, Allan Sawin, Rob Sechan, Gary Sekulow, Andrew Shantz, Julian Shles, Sebastien Silvestri, David Sinegal, Jeremy Snow, Rich Soja, Antoine Souma, John Spahi, Gary Spratling, Tom Steffanci, Mark Stillwell, Ron Stoll, Lewis Swezy, John Terlato, Najeeb Thomas, Todd Thomas, Mike Trujillo, Igor Tulchinsky, Eduard van der Geest, Rob Vanderwerf, Bob van Schoonenberg, Anthony Virella, Douglas Von Allmen, Donna Walker, David Warner, Diane Zeiger, Maz Zouhairi

     

    Robb Report wishes to thank the following companies for their support of the 2016 Car of the Year event: 

    Airbus

    Arista Winery

    Bally

    Bulgari

    The Calling

    Carl F. Bucherer

    Collectors Edition/

    Chubb

    Cuvée

    Darioush

    Delta Private Jets

    Dom Pérignon

    Donelan Family Wines

    Ermenegildo Zegna

    Flexjet

    Graff

    Groth Vineyards & 

    Winery

    Hugo Boss

    Jet Aviation

    Johns Hopkins 

    Medicine

    Kalamazoo Outdoor 

    Gourmet

    Korean Air

    Lalique

    Luciano Barbera

    Lugano Diamonds

    Master & Dynamic

    Memento Mori

    Metaphora Wines

    Mimi So

    Natura Bissé

    Pasquale Bruni

    Patrón

    Paul & Shark

    Penfolds

    Pulido-Walker

    Quintessa

    Sequoia Grove

    Sinegal Estate

    Steinway & Sons

    TAG Global Systems

    Terlato Family 

    Vineyards 

    Three Sticks Wines

    UBS

    Ulysse Nardin

    Woodford Reserve

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