If you know Chris Harris, think Chris Harris on Cars with a BBC logo. If you don't, this is the new guy you actually want to watch.
Chris Harris On Cars
Chris Harris brings together the Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari, and McLaren P1 at the Portimao circuit to find out which one is the quickest. He also invites Tiff Needell and Marino Franchitti for a track battle.
Chris Harris swaps four wheels for two to take a ride on the Ducati Scrambler. He gives a novice's opinion of the Italian brand's more beginner-friendly bike.
Join Chris Harris as he enjoys a hypercar deep cut with the extremely rare Bugatti EB110 SS, a 90s-tastic, 603-hp, 216-mph, highlighter yellow rocket ship.
Chris Harris gets his hands all over the new 2015 Ford Mustang GT in the UK, taking it out for a drive on both road and track to see how it holds up across the pond.
Chris Harris gets giddy behind the wheel of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. He tests one of them out on some perfect, German backroads, and then hops into another for a blast around the Weissach test track.
Auto enthusiasts should absolutely adore Australia. This bonkers island, aside from being filled with bugs, spiders, sharks and crocodiles, all of which are hellbent on killing you slowly, is home to two of the auto world's greatest things – the V8 Supercars series, and the ute.
It's not every day that an automaker goes down a market segment and still comes off as even more ambitious, but that's exactly what Mercedes has done with the new AMG GT. While the SLS was bigger and more expensive, with the new GT, Mercedes has set its sights on one of the most iconic sports cars of all time.
If you're a fan of online videos about cars – and we suspect that if you're visiting a site like ours, you are – you must have been excited when the Drive channel launched on YouTube now nearly three years ago. Maybe you were even happy for the team behind it when they inked a deal with NBCUniversal to produce a show for the NBC Sports Network, too. Probably less so when the producers announced they could no longer afford to air the shows for free on YouTube. But we have some good ne