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Hosts Tanner Foust, Adam Ferrara and Rutledge Wood embark on a new set of adventures as they test cars in extreme stunts, intense challenges and first-person reviews using their unique perspectives.
Drag racing runs in America's blood, and now Ford, Chevy and Dodge make production drag cars that anyone can buy and race on a professional level race. Two of the hosts will get the chance to compete in the Gatornationals drag race in these vehicles, but to find out which two, they must compete a series of challenges in "resto-mod" muscle cars designed to see which of them has the skills to race in the big leagues.
In the Arizona back country, Tanner, Adam and Rutledge must find their way to the Grand Canyon without a GPS, using technologically advanced off-road vehicles.
Many insurance companies consider a car over 25 years old to be a classic, but can a car from the 1980's really be the kind of investment that a typical classic car can be? Rutledge, Adam and Tanner each choose their favorite 80's car and compete in a series of challenges to see which is the best, and seek final judgment from a mystery 80's celebrity. The person who chooses the best 80s car gets to test drive the fastest Ferrari currently on the roads--the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
Tanner, Adam and Rutledge try to create a snow plow school bus; the man with the most useful contribution gets to race a Nissan GTR.
The guys take on two dangerous jobs at once, by delivering as many logs as they can to a remote location in Washington on logging trucks.
The guys test brand new cars to decide which is the best family-friendly super car; the guys race up Pikes Peak.
Adam, Rutledge and Tanner pick a vehicle and compete in a head to head battle to see whose car can withstand the most abuse.
Tanner, Rut and Adam visit Germany for the ultimate high-speed road trip; they get to battle it out at top speeds on the legendary no-speed-limit Autobahn.
Tanner, Adam and Rutledge each pick a competent daily driver, then compete in a series of different, and increasingly out-there races.
The Appalachian Trail spans 2,168 miles from Maine to Georgia, and takes 3 to 6 months to hike. But what if you don't have that kind of time? Tanner, Rutledge and Adam are given the monumental task of driving a road-based version of all 14 states on the trail in just 1 day. With just 24 hours to complete their task they barely have time to stop and must come up with all sorts of ideas to save time.
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