On "Chris Harris on Cars", 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.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Chris Harris on Cars - Chris Harris (journalist) - Netflix
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. From 2017, Harris is one of the three main presenters of Top Gear, after previously making regular appearances throughout the twenty-third series in 2016. 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. On 28 June 2016, the Chris Harris on Cars web series was moved from YouTube to the official Top Gear website and in July 2016, Chris Harris on Cars was launched on BBC America.
Chris Harris on Cars - Funding - Netflix
In Harris' early career, magazines like Autocar and Evo paid him for his writing as a journalist. As his career progressed, Harris began to branch out on his own. Throughout the production of /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS on the /DRIVE YouTube channel, he depended partially on sponsorships through various brands and through YouTube advertising revenue. Eventually, the /DRIVE channel switched partially to /DRIVE+, a paid subscription channel. In his' current production series, Chris Harris on Cars, Harris supports both himself, and cameraman/editor Neil Carey. Occasionally, Harris posts videos featuring sponsored content, from brands like Pirelli. He also receives compensation from NBCSN for his regular television series, /DRIVE.
Chris Harris on Cars - References - Netflix