Jeremy Clarkson's Tribe

William Edwards
Anyone there?
William Edwards
William Edwards
William Edwards
Bye xx
Tago Ogat
Hey Jeremy, any date for the The Grand Tour 3 release?
Zoki Nesh
18 Jan
Jani Kela
C63 Black Series. Greatest sound....... In the world. So dirty, so nasty.
Ethan Watson
Hello im new to drivetribe
Simon Koopman
Yeah me two
Iksan Ismailov
Cant wait for the 3rd season
Malcolm Booysen
The main man....some say his old...others say his old....all I know is...his old😂😂😂
Lupu Claudiu
Anybody know when does the 3rd season start ?
Jay Hammondette
in January
Yusuf Sanusi
Is a black series still coming?
Yusuf Sanusi | DriveTribe
Ever since Mercedes effectively (if not technically) replaced the SLS AMG with the new AMG GT over four years ago, we've been waiting for it to release a Black Series version. This isn't it, but it might as well be. It's called the GT R Pro, and it's the most track-focused road-going version of the Mercedes-AMG GT yet. It's lighter, with a stiffer suspension, more extreme aero, and the looks to go with it – all benefiting from Affalterbach's experience with the GT3 and GT4 racing versions of the same, even if the engine remains untouched. The new Pro version retains the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 in the same spec as the existing GT R. But with 577 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque, it was hardly in need of much enhancement. So it'll still accelerate to 60 in 3.5 seconds and top out at the same 198 mph. But the enhancements make it quicker on the track: where the “standard” GT R took an entirely respectable 7 minutes and (nearly) 11 seconds to lap the Nürburgring Nordschleife, the new Pro version managed the same in just 7:04.632 – an impressive difference of over five seconds. While it's not enough to claim a new lap record, it puts it ahead of the Nismo version of the Japanese giant-slayer of the same name (which was clocked a few years back at 7:08.679). To get it there, AMG fitted a suspension that's not only stiffer but more adjustable to enable fine-tuning for individual tracks. The Pro model also makes more extensive use of carbon-fiber components, five-spoke forged alloys, and a further array of aero components for more and better downforce. And it's all (optionally) wrapped in a matte finish with contrasting racing stripes. “No other current production Mercedes- AMG is as close to motor racing as the new AMG GT R Pro,” said AMG chief Tobias Moers. “The agile responses to all driver commands and the overall performance now deliver even more of that incomparable feeling that our racing drivers experience on the track.” Along with the Pro version, AMG has also rolled out a series of other enhancements for “lesser” versions of the GT coupe and roadster, including some subtle visual tweaks, a new steering wheel, the center console from the four-door coupe, and a new driving-control system and instrument display. But the Pro version is clearly the highlight. The obvious question is where do we go next?
Craig Alcock
A VW Beatle
Yug Vijan
08/12/2018 All fans need to see this !!!!
Rodney Lilford
yesterday 12:42am
Jeremy Clarkson. hi Rodney Lilford here. when do we see you in Western cape again.
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