Road & Track automotive magazine is moving to Ann Arbor. In addition to the move, Hearst announced Larry Webster as the new editor. Previously, as editor at Popular Mechanics, Webster oversaw the development of automotive content across print, web, broadcast, and tablet platforms.
With the move to Ann Arbor, the publication joins its sister automotive magazine, Car and Driver. Also based there is Automobile Magazine. Now home to three of the four major monthly car magazines, the city has a unique niche among US auto enthusiasts. AnnArbor.com (May 31, 2012)