What is Fast N’ Loud Host and Gas Monkey Garage Owner, Richard Rawlings, Up To?
If you watch a television show for long enough, there might come a point where you ...
If you watch a television show for long enough, there might come a point where you start feeling like you know the people on screen. While you obviously can never get to know somebody through what’s left after most of the content of a show is cut out and the show comes on air, you can definitely get a better idea of what they’re all about with videos like this one that attempts to dive into the background of some of the biggest names in the business and tell us exactly what it is that makes them tick. Maybe part of the mystique revolves around the hopes that someday you’ll be able to figure out that combination that it takes to get to fame for yourself.
This time, the star of choice is none other than Gas Monkey Garage owner, Richard Rawlings, the man of a diverse background who has risen to fame thanks to his abilities as a TV Host, mechanic, and entrepreneur amongst other talents. This time, we got a little bit more into Rawlings to see what he’s all about. After all, he wasn’t always famous. There was a point in time where he had to claw his way up to the top and this time, we get the chance dive into just that in a video that outlines the triumphs and tribulations of one of the car community’s most known figures.
Check out the video below that will take you into his interesting background that details tons of moments from the time where Richard purchased his first car in a green Mercury Comet at the age of 14 to what high school he went to and even to some of the decisions that he had to make and some that he had to avoid making an order to get Gas Monkey Garage to rise to the place that it is today.
It’s weird to think that if one or any of these crucial elements in his growth fell out of place, Richard could have been sent on a whole different career path. What do you think that Richard would be doing today if he didn’t fall into the world of automobiles?