It was 1988 and Jaguar hadn’t won Le Mans since the 1950s. It was time to change that. It was time to change that with the Jaguar XJR-9. Here’s how Jag did it.
DriveTribe sent Henry Catchpole to Sweden’s Below Zero Driving School, where they teach you how to drive rally-prepped air-cooled Porsche 911s on ice. Everything about the phrase “rally-prepped air-cooled Porsche 911s on ice” sounds like paradise to me. Holy crap, I need this in my life.
But is that a bad thing, necessarily?
DriveTribe is The Grand Tour hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May’s little social media experiment, so we at Jalopnik figured we’d give it a try. If you’re trying it out to, come check out our tribes!
By now you’re well aware that your favorite former Top Gear stars Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are making car vids again on The Grand Tour. They’re also starting a new social network for car people called DriveTribe. Let’s crash through the front door together.
Good friend of Jalopnik and NASCAR crasher Parker Kligerman applied to be in on this whole DriveTribe thing that the ex-Top Gear guys are doing. Kligerman said he’d report on the goings-on of American motorsports. Clarkson, Hammond, and May were perhaps less than charitable in their assessment of this position.
The old Top Gear trio has been busy working on their new Amazon Prime show, The Grand Tour, while “developing” a new website for their mobs of fans called ‘DriveTribe.’ Now they’ve begun developing the ‘tribes,’ and I have no clue exactly how it’s all going to work.
We have known since April that Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were developing a new car website called DriveTribe in addition to filming their Amazon show The Grand Tour. Financing came from the trio, producer Andy Wilman and tech entrepreneur and DriveTribe CEO Ernesto Schmitt. And now it seems like…
The old BBC’s Top Gear crew of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May found a home for a new motoring show at Amazon, finally revealed yesterday to be called The Grand Tour. Arguments ensued over what the title meant, and I’m happy to say I was right.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have been busy over the last year developing a new motoring show for Amazon to rival their old hosting gigs on BBC’s Top Gear. It turns out they’ve also been busy developing a media empire to coincide with their new show called DriveTribe.