My Jetsons moment came fairly late in my admittedly short life. About two years ago, when I got my first smartphone, a Samsung Galaxy S4, I found out that you could download an app that made it function like a remote control. Suddenly, I had a device that could unlock my doors, turn on the lights, switch on the TV…and…
Today Chris Harris tweeted that he is going to close is Patreon (not Patroen, Chris.....) account. Closing that account means his followers won’t be able to give money to Chris Harris, who used it for financing his videos. Likely, this means that he will not make any new videos for his YouTube channel.
“I need one of these. This is the car I’ve been looking for my entire life.” -Chris Harris on the Ferrari F40
Good interview with Mr. Drifty Chris Harris
By now hopefully everyone has accepted the unsurprising reality that the Top Gear trio are no longer at the helm of the UK Top Gear. To be honest, I never understood how so many people hadn’t seemed to see the writing on the wall. I’ve been expecting at least Clarkson and possibly May and Hammond to step down since…
And that means a delicious gif party. (More after jump. This post would look way cooler pre-Kinja)
This is how FWD should be (ab)used.
This is all I want out of life.
I've been meaning to share this for over a month now, but if you haven't seen Chris Harris' 2014 Car of the Year film, go ahead and write-off the next 45 minutes of your life — trust me, it's worth it.
(from Chris Harris's Pirelli Trofeo-R advert)
Chris re-posted this onto his channel. So so good. He's giving the full beans!!
For those of you who don't know, Chris Harris owns a Ferrari FF, and he's just made a long-term review video of it for his YouTube channel, Chris Harris on Cars.
Evo has long since produced great automotive videos, even giving the now-very-famous Chris Harris his Youtube breakthrough. But about 4 weeks ago something changed, and now Evo has turned their video production output into something quite magical.