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Review: Chris Harris drives the new BMW M3
Review: Chris Harris drives the new BMW M3

It’s here. The sixth generation G80 BMW M3 and *that* massive grille. Being such a controversial car, there was only one person to slot into the carbon bucket seat of this £75k, 503bhp, rear-wheel drive saloon: Craig Revel Horwood. Unfortunately, he wasn’t around, so we put Chris Harris behind the wheel instead. We hope that’s… More

FULL REVIEW: Chris Harris vs the 986bhp hybrid Ferrari SF90: Series 29
FULL REVIEW: Chris Harris vs the 986bhp hybrid Ferrari SF90: Series 29

Chris Harris reviews one of Ferrari’s many new offerings from the last year or two. This offering though, is really rather special. With a twin-turbo V8, bolstered by no-less than 3 electric motors, the Ferrari SF90 is one of the most complex and adept supercars ever made. So let’s see what Chris makes of it…… More

Chris Harris on… Restomods: Singer 911, Alfaholics GTA-R, Eagle Lightweight GT
Chris Harris on… Restomods: Singer 911, Alfaholics GTA-R, Eagle Lightweight GT

Classics. Restomods. Replicas. Continuations. All have the gorgeous vintage looks, but each is fundamentally different under the skin. Chris Harris and Magazine editor Jack Rix discuss the differences of things like the Alfaholics GTA-R, Eagle Lightweight GT and GTO Engineering’s recreation of the Ferrari 250 SWB. Series 29: Geneva Online Motor Show: First Look: Want… More

Chris Harris on… the Ferrari SF90 Stradale
Chris Harris on… the Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Here’s Chris Harris’ take on the rocket-disguised-as-a-road-car Ferrari SF90 Stradale. With nearly 1,000bhp, born from a twin-turbo V8 and three electric motors, it’s marking a new generation for Ferrari. But does Chris like it?Now you’ve heard about it, why not watch it going sideways in the new series of : Series 28: Geneva Online Motor… More

Chris Harris vs 2020’s Best Performance Cars Magazine Speed Week
Chris Harris vs 2020’s Best Performance Cars Magazine Speed Week

16 contenders, 8,553bhp and a festival to remember: this is Magazine’s Speed Week 2020. The music is experimental and based (mostly) around pistons and tortured tyres. The food is bad, the toilets worse, you’ll feel deeply grubby by the end of it and you might get a non-specific infection. But your name is on the… More