EXCLUSIVE: Chris Harris vs the Ferrari 488 Pista: Series 27

EXCLUSIVE: Chris Harris vs the Ferrari 488 Pista: Series 27

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As part of his ongoing bid to keep Europe’s tyre manufacturers in good health, Chris Harris takes to the track in the Ferrari 488 Pista. Here’s a little preview from the new series of , returning today (UK: BBC Two and BBC iPlayer). Find out where to watch the new series here: Series 27: Chris Harris Drives: Drage Races: Want to watch a bit of on the internet? Welcome to the most comprehensive collection of official clips you’ll find on YouTube. Whether you’re searching for a caravan challenge, Ken Block in the Hoonicorn, cars versus fighter jets, Stig power laps or the latest Chris Harris Drives, you can find all the iconic films here. Make sure you’re subscribed to the official YouTube channel:

is the most ever made ill denote the fix it around three seconds so does every other grown up supercar these days is there from the standing star after 10 seconds it’s doing a hundred and forty miles an hour ten and the four eight eighths comprehensive rewrite doesn’t stop at the engine a quarter of a million pounds also buys you f1 grade aerodynamics and an exhaust made of in canal which is the same stuff that using rocket engines inside meanwhile every inch of the interior has been pared back to save 90 kilos in weight all of which makes the pista about nine tenths of a racing car for the road which comes with its downsides but if you’re going to go pared back and minimal at least make sure it’s pleasant I’m in this seat here it’s as bony as an old donkey and what’s less of the – well it’s 10 years old it’s from a Ferrari for five eight and then there’s this thing down here it’s a carbon fiber sort of spur with buttons on it it looks like a medieval sex toy beneath the threadbare surface however looks a lots of very clever electronic assistance but not the boring stuff the boils to warn you that you’re wandering out of your motorway Lane or that there’s a scooter in your blind spot come on oak the pistas computers consume themselves or something far more exciting drifts on demand Ferrari calls it side slip angle control six perfectly taking a break alongside electronic differential to keep you in line out of line it’s genius he’s fighting at 700 Pavarotti shouldn’t be this easy make sense there’s no question with the future Ferrari has done it again what you’re looking at is the new benchmark for the track focus supercar

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