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The debut episode of the new CNBC series “Jay Leno’s Garage” was filmed at the Auto Club Dragway in Fontana, California and features K&N supported Drag School founder Frank Hawley

The debut episode of the new CNBC series “Jay Leno’s Garage” was filmed at the Auto Club Dragway in Fontana, California and features K&N supported Drag School founder Frank Hawley

The brand new CNBC series “Jay Leno’s Garage”, starring comedian, TV host, and certified car nut Jay Leno, will debut Wednesday, October 7th, 2015 on CNBC. The debut episode was filmed at the Auto Club Dragway in Fontana, California and features K&N supported Drag School founder Frank Hawley. Jay Leno's Garage began as a YouTube web series about motor vehicles, primarily cars and motorcycles starring Jay Leno, the former host of The Tonight Show. A one hour Jay Leno's Garage special aired on CNBC in August 2014 and the show will become a weekly series on CNBC.

In addition to Frank Hawley’s appearance on the CNBC series “Jay Leno’s Garage”, with Jay Leno, two-time NHRA K&N Horsepower Challenge champion Erica Enders-Stevens was on set

In addition to Frank Hawley’s appearance on the CNBC series “Jay Leno’s Garage”, with Jay Leno, two-time NHRA K&N Horsepower Challenge champion Erica Enders-Stevens was on set

Frank Hawley has spent his life driving some of the fastest machines on the planet. He built his racing career piloting 330 mph Top Fuel Dragsters and Nitro Funny Cars. Since 1985 Frank has taught thousands of drivers how to improve their personal performance, on and off the track. When not teaching regular driving classes, Frank consults with many of NHRA’s top professional drivers. The Frank Hawley Drag School has graduated over 25,000 drivers.

Reigning NHRA K&N Horsepower Challenge champ Erica Enders-Stevens was at Auto Club Dragway in California helping Jay Leno find the fast way to the line in a Super Comp dragster

Reigning NHRA K&N Horsepower Challenge champ Erica Enders-Stevens was at Auto Club Dragway in California helping Jay Leno find the fast way to the line in a Super Comp dragster

In addition to Frank Hawley’s appearance on the CNBC series “Jay Leno’s Garage”, with Jay Leno, two-time NHRA K&N Horsepower Challenge champion Erica Enders-Stevens was on set helping Jay find the fast way to the finish line in a Super Comp dragster. “Frank and I really enjoyed the opportunity to work with Jay. He’s a great guy and his love for cars matched ours. We had a lot of fun. I hope everyone watches the show,” said Erica.

“When the show’s producer called and asked if I’d be interested in helping Jay Leno learn to drive a Super Comp Dragster I said absolutely, without even asking for details,” said Frank Hawley. “I grew up watching Leno...I’m a really big fan. They teamed me up with one of our former grads and a good friend, Erica Enders. Erica is so talented, it was great working with her,” said Hawley. “Jay's love of cars is genuine and he made it very comfortable for Erica and me.”

 

Find out how Jay Leno did behind the wheel of a Super Comp dragster at Auto Club Dragway in Fontana, California by watching the debut of “Jay Leno’s Garage”, starring Jay Leno on Wednesday, October 7th, 2015 10:00 pm EST on CNBC.

 


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