Hearst Magazines has named Kim Wolfkill editor in chief of Road & Track. Wolfkill most recently worked for Microsoft’s Turn 10 Studios as senior business and partner manager.
For Wolfkill, this marks a return to Road & Track, as he previously spent seven years at the magazine.
“Kim is the total package,” said Road & Track editorial director and Car and Driver editor Eddie Alterman. “He is a great editor, a great racer, and a great business leader. We are lucky to have his enthusiasm and expertise back at Road & Track, the brand that represents the pinnacle of automotive passion.”
Wolfkill is succeeding Larry Webster, who has resigned as editor but will continue to contribute to the magazine.