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Automotive journalist Chris Harris gets behind the steering wheel of some of the newest and fastest cars available in this series that BBC America calls "mischievous, insightful and downright entertaining." While exploring the luxury vehicles, Harris takes viewers inside the technical complexities that help make the vehicles work. The cars Harris takes to the track to test include models from Porsche, McLaren, Ferrari and Aston Martin. Harris promises "tire destruction, powerslides and continuous drooling" as he explores some of the world's most expensive road racers.

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Chris heads to the Portimão Circuit in Portugal to test the McLaren P1, the Ferrari LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder.
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In Portugal, Chris road tests the Mercedes-AMG C63; Chris ventures to Tuscany, Italy to drive the Ferrari California T.
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Chris tests the turbocharged BMW M3 in Portimão, Portugal; Chris takes the Lexus RC F around the Monticello Circuit in New York.
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Testing the V8 Mercedes-AMG GT S against the Porsche 911 in Laguna Seca, Calif.; Chris' classic Citroen 2CV.
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Putting the new McLaren 570S through its paces at the Algarve International Circuit and twisting Portuguese roads; a rare, yellow Bugatti EB110SS.
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Test driver Raffaela de Simone introduces Chris to the new Farrari 488 GTB in Italy; Chris lets loose on the track and the winding roads of Maranello.
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The Porsche 911 GT3RS and the Aston Martin GT12 go on the road and on a track against the McLaren 650S.

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