Clarkson, Hammond and May are looking for their successors
Cars, bikes, quizzes & more
“I don’t know how cars work. I just like looking at Lamborghinis crashing,” says TV star and, now app developer, Jeremy Clarkson.
It’s not an admission you expect from arguably the world’s most famous motoring journalist, but then Clarkson has never been one to shy away from bold claims.
Fortunately, he’s found a way to learn more about cars while still enjoying what he loves. Actually, along with his longstanding accomplices, Richard Hammond and James May, he’s helped create DriveTribe: a source of information and entertainment for petrolheads.
It’s about the only way of communicating with us where we won’t be hideously rude to you.
Founded by the former Top Gear trio, now presenters of Amazon Prime Video’s hit motoring show The Grand Tour, DriveTribe is a forum for all things power.
Whether you’re interested in vintage Mustangs, futuristic concept cars or Clarkson’s favourite Lambo-based mishaps, the motoring-themed social platform lets you read, watch, learn, enjoy and ultimately engage with like-minded folks.
All users and content categories have their own followable ”Tribe“ where any post is more than capable of sparking conversation through the platform’s well-rounded chat forums.
And the social platform lets you get as involved as you like, offering something for everyone, whether you’re a casual user who wants to enjoy pictures of dogs in cars, or you have a niche ultra-interest like spark plug collecting (there’s actually a Tribe devoted to that).
We used to wonder how we would find our successors, and actually we’ve accidentally found a way of doing it perfectly.