When Chris Harris Meets Alex Roy: U.K. Part 1 of 4 - /LIVE AND LET DRIVE
Alex travels to the UK to meet up with DRIVE co-host Chris Harris. As it turns out, DRIVE's most popular host alongside it's most controversial one get along famously as Chris shows off a bit of his homeland's best driving roads in a Renault Clio RS 200 Cup and a Porsche GT3 3.8.
Morgan Motor Company: UK Part 2 of 4 - /LIVE AND LET DRIVE
Alex explores the grounds of the Morgan Motor Company in Malvern, England
and reveals a deep respect for one of UK's oldest auto makers. He gets to
talk with Mathew Humphries, lead designer at Morgan about the evolution of
How to Beat Speed Traps and Drive Safely Part 1 - /LIVE AND LET DRIVE
Alex Roy and David Maher head to Monticello Motor Club to teach best
practices for driving on a road trip. Also, tips on how to use radar
detectors and laser jammers correctly. In this show, Alex demonstrates how
his Valentine One and Blinder Laser Jammers can be powerful tools if used
Cult of The Turbo ★ Ferrari F40 vs. Porsche GT2 RS vs. Noble M600 vs. Jaguar XJ220 [EVO TV] [HD] turbo Engines: Their legacy & ongoing
refinement in some of the very best cars on the road... or track.
The Ferrari F40, the first 200mph & still perhaps the greatest ever
Supercar for it's raw, purposeful & meteoric performance, built nearly a
quarter of a century ago; incredible legacy, & still considered Ferrari's
greatest ever creation, for very good reason. When the real electronic age
is upon us, cars like the F40 will always speak volumes for what petrol
cars truly meant in the growth of an industry & procession of engineering.
The Porsche GT2 RS, the latest marque of this incredible Carrera, top of
the fleet, and blistering in all aspects. The power it puts out, with the
artistic but unforgiving handling still asks today how Porsche have managed
to take the rear-engined format THIS far, let alone 610hp from a Flat-6 as
standard! 170hp+ more than from their GT3 RS. There's never been anything
like an extreme "turbo'd" Porsche.
Noble have always built amazing cars given their bearing against the big
manufacturers. But having done so well with their small cut they've been
able to build a car from the ground up. Twin-turbocharged V8 engine built in house has given
them a base never previously used, having V6 TT Ford Duratec engines in
their former models. All their chassis prowess is on display as they've
built a genuine supercar, able to compete with their targets & having a
nice price advantage on them too.
The mercurial Jaguar XJ220; British supercars are usually lead via Aston
Martin who hold most of the acclaim, but Britains greatest contribution
could well be the XJ220. An incredible project at the time, extracting
immense power & speed from an already reknowned V6 [Metro 6R4 Rally Car]
with the aid of 2 turbochargers, and at
the time having the fastest production car on Earth. Definitely a cult
favourite and a car for the ages in all aspects of what makes a car
memorable; the styling alone still seems post-modern against the sleek
machines of today.
The Tire-Punishing, 400HP Turbo BMW E30! - /TUNED
The BMW E30 is quickly becoming a cult classic among the DIY, autocross,
and track crowd. And though the M3 version may be climbing so quickly in
price, soon no one will be able to afford one, the 325i, as it turns out,
has some chops as a great platform for tuning. Kameron Baker's homebuilt
E30 is just about the nicest one we've seen, and if you think it looks
great, wait till you see how it drives.