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Chris Harris (born 20 January 1975) is an English automotive journalist, racing driver and television presenter. Harris has worked as a reviewer, writer, and editor for many automotive magazines, including Evo, Autocar, and Jalopnik. He has presented numerous television and YouTube series through NBCSN and DRIVE, and made regular appearances on the 2016 series of Top Gear.
He has his own YouTube Channel, Chris Harris on Cars, where he and Neil Carey produce and film their own automotive reviews and content on an irregular basis. As of 28 June 2016, the Chris Harris on Cars web series was moved from YouTube to the official Top Gear website. In July, Chris Harris on Cars moved to BBC America.
Welcome to Chris Harris on Cars. Home to fast cars (and some slow ones) being driven with little regard for tyre longevity. There won’t be a regular schedule for this channel yet, and I don’t know how regular the videos will be – I’m guessing three a month. It’s going to be fun – and for as long as I can make it work, it’ll be free. Wouldn’t have been possible without the great Neil Carey.
If you’d like to give a little to keep Neil from sleeping rough, we’d be enormously grateful
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All the iconic films are here – from Richard’s epic race against the Eurofighter to Clarkson’s office drive in that tiny Peel P50. You can also relive the boys’ biggest challenges – including amphibious cars and that trip across America.
Add to that a bunch of stars in our reasonably priced car, the odd explosive stunt and a ton of Stig power laps and everything’s covered. Just browse using our playlists for comprehensive clip listings or search by most viewed or discussed.
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