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In Season 4 of /DRIVE, hosts Chris Harris, Mike Spinelli, Matt Farah, and Alex Roy explore speed, technology, and car culture. From Miami to Iceland, Italy to Norway, they take an exhilarating look at sports cars, the future of electric vehicles, the science of speed, low-budget motorsports and the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.

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In Season 4 of /DRIVE, hosts Chris Harris, Mike Spinelli, Matt Farah, and Alex Roy explore speed, technology, and car culture. From Miami to Iceland, Italy to Norway, they take an exhilarating look at sports cars, the future of electric vehicles, the science of speed, low-budget motorsports and the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.

    • EPISODE 1

    What Makes Fast

    A fast car requires more than just a powerful engine. In this episode, the /DRIVE team will investigate and demonstrate all the factors that create a performance machine, by driving today's most exciting cars, and talking to engineering experts. From weight reduction and aerodynamic designs, to tire adhesion and horsepower, viewers will get a comprehensive look at what it takes to go fast.

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    • 22 Minutes

    A fast car requires more than just a powerful engine. In this episode, the /DRIVE team will investigate and demonstrate all the factors that create a performance machine, by driving today's most exciting cars, and talking to engineering experts. From weight reduction and aerodynamic designs, to tire adhesion and horsepower, viewers will get a comprehensive look at what it takes to go fast.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Miami Vices

    When people hear "American car city" they think of Detroit and Los Angeles, but they're forgetting about the boisterous beachside, Miami. Mike Spinelli calls it "the American Monaco." Matt disagrees, so /DRIVE heads south to see if that's true. They drive iconic 80s sports cars, modern exotics, explore a car culture that prefers to roll slow, and ride in a yacht. Is Miami Monaco? Or is it best visited in an autonomous car that takes you to a race track?

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    • 22 Minutes

    When people hear "American car city" they think of Detroit and Los Angeles, but they're forgetting about the boisterous beachside, Miami. Mike Spinelli calls it "the American Monaco." Matt disagrees, so /DRIVE heads south to see if that's true. They drive iconic 80s sports cars, modern exotics, explore a car culture that prefers to roll slow, and ride in a yacht. Is Miami Monaco? Or is it best visited in an autonomous car that takes you to a race track?

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Cheap Racing

    Cheap racing isn't new, but organized events like LeMons and CHUMP CAR have turned into multi-million dollar operations, and made endurance racin more accessible than ever. These organizations recognized the demand for cheap, safe, and competitive racing -- so they made a business out of it. Ten years ago if you wanted to enter a 24 Hour endurance race, the cheapest option you could find would cost you over $5,000 just for a ride in someone else's car. These days, $5,000 buys you a complete car that's competitive in a cheap racing series. In this episode, the /DRIVE team explores this cheap racing solution -- Is it all that it's cracked up to be? Is it safe? Is it competitive? Can you have fun with friends? Can real racing theories of sponorship, cheating, and strategy be applied to this cheap form of racing? /DRIVE finds out by going to the 24 Hours of VIR as part of the CHUMP CAR World Series.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Cheap racing isn't new, but organized events like LeMons and CHUMP CAR have turned into multi-million dollar operations, and made endurance racin more accessible than ever. These organizations recognized the demand for cheap, safe, and competitive racing -- so they made a business out of it. Ten years ago if you wanted to enter a 24 Hour endurance race, the cheapest option you could find would cost you over $5,000 just for a ride in someone else's car. These days, $5,000 buys you a complete car that's competitive in a cheap racing series. In this episode, the /DRIVE team explores this cheap racing solution -- Is it all that it's cracked up to be? Is it safe? Is it competitive? Can you have fun with friends? Can real racing theories of sponorship, cheating, and strategy be applied to this cheap form of racing? /DRIVE finds out by going to the 24 Hours of VIR as part of the CHUMP CAR World Series.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Electrification

    This episode is about exploring the possibilities of electrification, and why the absence of combustion is anything but boring. The idea of lithium-powered excitement is a trend spreading across the automotive landscape. We will show this with test drives in the new Acura NSX, Koenigsegg Regera, Tesla Model S, and Porsche Sport Turismo. Finally, a visit to Rimac will demonstrate how fast the future can be.

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    • 22 Minutes

    This episode is about exploring the possibilities of electrification, and why the absence of combustion is anything but boring. The idea of lithium-powered excitement is a trend spreading across the automotive landscape. We will show this with test drives in the new Acura NSX, Koenigsegg Regera, Tesla Model S, and Porsche Sport Turismo. Finally, a visit to Rimac will demonstrate how fast the future can be.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Italy Returns

    More iconic sports cars have come from Italy than anywhere else. Whether an Italian designed them, built them, engineered them, or raced them, pound for pound, no country has produced more beloved speed machines. With the resurgence of Alfa Romeo in America, /DRIVE heads to Europe to test the newest and fastest Italian offerings, tours the landscape that inspired them, and visits the factories that made them, investigating what it is about that Italy that creates so many masterpieces.

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    • 22 Minutes

    More iconic sports cars have come from Italy than anywhere else. Whether an Italian designed them, built them, engineered them, or raced them, pound for pound, no country has produced more beloved speed machines. With the resurgence of Alfa Romeo in America, /DRIVE heads to Europe to test the newest and fastest Italian offerings, tours the landscape that inspired them, and visits the factories that made them, investigating what it is about that Italy that creates so many masterpieces.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    National Parks

    Celebrate 100 years of America's park System by seeing as many as possible, as fast as possible. The hosts drive 3 of the best Grand Touring sports cars from Zion National Park, in Utah, across Nevada and Death Valley to Yosemite National Park, in CA. Along the way they compete in challenges, test their cars at a race track, and cook some bad food.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Celebrate 100 years of America's park System by seeing as many as possible, as fast as possible. The hosts drive 3 of the best Grand Touring sports cars from Zion National Park, in Utah, across Nevada and Death Valley to Yosemite National Park, in CA. Along the way they compete in challenges, test their cars at a race track, and cook some bad food.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    Iceland Special

    Explore a challenging island and highlight the specialty vehicles Iceland has built to survive the hostile terrain, while testing the ability of the best truck on Earth, the Ford Raptor.

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    • 45 Minutes

    Explore a challenging island and highlight the specialty vehicles Iceland has built to survive the hostile terrain, while testing the ability of the best truck on Earth, the Ford Raptor.

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    • 45 Minutes
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