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
BMW M550d X Drive Road Test - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
BMW M550d X Drive road test.
It has more torque than the space shuttle and BMW claims it will do over
40mpg. BMW also says it won't be selling the car in the UK or the US, the
places that DRIVE is most commonly viewed. But when something has 3 turbos, you've got to go drive it at 155mph: no?
Street Racing in Reykjavik: Iceland Part 1 of 3 - /LIVE AND LET DRIVE
Season 2 of LALD begins with Alex heading to Iceland to explore what it's
like driving in the fabled land of Vikings and Volcanoes. In this first
episode we cram into a Land Rover Defender and make our way into Reykjavik
with the hopes of learning something of the state of affairs in what was
once one of the wealthiest cities in the world... After getting lost in
search of one of the world's most famous hot dog stands we happen upon a
gathering of a few locals in a parking and begin to learn something about
Icelandic car culture.
Is the Mazda MX-5 Any Good? - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
Chris Harris has been known to not like the Mazda MX-5, even calling it
dirty words in an article a few years back. Now he gets to support his
point by swapping his Ferrari 599 with Cameraman and Editor Neil Carey's NA
Mazda MX-5. Was Chris wrong a few years ago?