Chris Duke is the creator, executive producer and host of Motorz, a half hour syndicated television series available to over 200M TVHH in the US and Canada, plus YouTube, iTunes, Roku, and more. He also reviews cars for Duke’s Drive and talks tech in Duke’s Tech.
Chris is a true automotive enthusiast with more than 31 years of experience in hands-on vehicle customization and an 18 year veteran of the automotive industry. Previously he served as a magazine editor, as well as the host and co-writer for Auto Center, a web series produced for Mobil 1.
Creator, Executive Producer & Host, Motorz™
Introduced in 2008, Motorz is the fastest growing nationally televised Automotive Improvement® series of its kind. Unlike other automotive shows that skip important steps during commercial breaks, use expensive tools, or perform feats that would be impossible for the average viewer, Motorz shows viewers how to confidently and properly maintain a vehicle and install aftermarket accessories with simple step-by-step instructions in a home garage environment.
In each episode, Duke shows viewers what tools to use, and how and why to use them. He also offers advice regarding potential challenges along the way, and always provides information on important safety precautions. Whether it’s installing bolt-on products, wiring electronics, rebuilding an engine, or detailing the vehicle, Motorz empowers viewers by offering a realistic look at what lies beneath the installation instructions. Now in its seventh season, Motorz reaches more than 100 million television households in the U.S. and Canada via cable and broadcast television, and many more via Internet distribution, video-on-demand and mobile access including iTunes, YouTube, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and more.
Contributor, The Drive with Alan Taylor
In 2014, Chris Duke began his segment on The Drive with Alan Taylor, a nationally syndicated car talk radio show, hosted by award winning radio host Alan Taylor, a 30-year broadcast veteran and a true automobile aficionado. Chris brings his 3 decades of automotive and aftermarket knowledge to the show, offering new product news, vehicle customization tips, and insights into the industry.
Host, eHow Auto Center
In 2012, Chris Duke was selected to host and co-write the eHow Auto Center series. Produced by Demand Media and sponsored by Mobil 1, the online series offers tips and how-to instructions on auto repair and maintenance projects to help improve longevity, performance, safety and fuel economy for new and used gas-powered, electric or hybrid vehicles.
Craftsman® Tool Advisor
Since 2012, Chris Duke has served as a Craftsman Tool Advisor. The exclusive tool brand of Motorz since 2012, the Craftsman® brand is America’s most trusted tool brand. Since 1927, Craftsman has developed innovative tools and products earning a reputation for unsurpassed quality and durability. Duke’s three decades of hands-on vehicle customization experience have made him a trusted advisor in this important role.
Official Site: www.chrisduke.tv