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.

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Top Gear, The Stig, Chris Harris & my Lamborghini
BBC's Top Gear invited me to YasMarina for a lifetime experience... Don't forget to follow me on Instagram @radioblondie Check out Chris Harris on Cars: https://www.youtube.com/chrisharrisoncars and BBC's Top Gear on: https://www.youtube.com/TopGear (Copyright Free Music) Music by: UKIYO - My Eyes - https://youtu.be/Y5si64PsQ4s BVNTR - Are You Ready- https://youtu.be/D4n-RtBJ39w Prototyperaptor - Vivaldi - https://youtu.be/ZZ3m7o9iDD0





Jenson Button and evo's Chris Harris in the McLaren MP4-12C - evo Magazine
Full review: http://www.evo.co.uk/carreviews/evocarreviews/263737/new_mclaren_mp412c_rev iew.html Jenson Button reviews the McLaren MP4-12C on track, evo's Chris Harris pays attention (sort of)... Watch Chris Harris test the new McLaren at www.evo.co.uk. First impression road test plus gallery at the evo magazine website.





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.





GT3 RS 4.0: Last Drive Before Hibernation - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
English winters and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tyres don't mix, so I'm taking one last drive before putting the car that is rapidly bankrupting me into storage - special storage. Written and presented by Chris Harris Shot and edited by Neil Carey Additional shots by David Litchfield




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