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DRIVE celebrates the culture of cars, taking our audience on the road, to the races, to the factories, to the studios—and to other places car lovers have always wanted to go, but never had the chance. We built DRIVE to be the automotive brand we've always wanted: To create hit shows no one else was making. To cultivate a relationship with our audience that mirrored the way we, as car enthusiasts, wanted to be courted. To tell the stories, go to the places, and show things no one else would show. And to make it available in ways we wanted — with access no traditional media brand could deliver. For over five years, the team that's come together to create DRIVE has lived, breathed, and loved sharing our passion for automotive with the online world. We've had many victories. Some failures. But one thing is clear: We are the children of the digital world and we know how to attract, impact and own the hearts, minds, and passion of our fans. Whether we're writing for blogs, posting in forums, sharing photos via social media, or delivering stories in video, our team gets this world like no one else.
Host Chris Harris drives the stunning, cutting-edge McLaren P1, one of the most advanced sports cars in the world, and /DRIVE visits the home of McLaren, Formula One's technology leader, at its headquarters in Wolking, UK, to see how its latest supercars are made.
Host Matt Farah takes on the wickedly fast, 1,200-horsepower Hennessey Venom GT, and Mike Musto treks to a California desert for the toughest one-day off-road race in the U.S.
Host Chris Harris leaves the world of supercars to stop traffic in his 1957 Citroen, and Mike Musto braves the highways in a burnout machine built from junkyard parts.
Host Chris Harris tests the $1 million Ferrari LaFerrari on a famous Italian racetrack, and Mike Spinelli solves the mystery of a Ferrari stolen in the 1970s and found buried in Los Angeles.
/DRIVE uncovers the high-performance secrets behind a multimillion-dollar supercar, and Chris Harris travels to southern California in search of the perfect Porsche 911.
Chris Harris travels to Spain to test the stunning Jaguar F-Type Coupe R, and find out how a pizza delivery guy built a "junk heap" Mazda that became an internet sensation.
Matt Farah goes "back to the future" in an all-electric Delorean sports car, and /DRIVE hosts find the high speed, high-tech secrets behind the Porsche 918 supercar.
/DRIVE hosts take a death-defying ride on Panama's infamous "red devil" racing buses, and travel to South Africa's Western Cape in search of the world's best driving roads.
Chris Harris meets a pair of classic Ferrari poster cars from the 1980s, and gives them a racetrack workout, and Mike Musto does massive burnouts in a Cadillac hot rod.
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