Clarkson, Hammond and May launching their own social network

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  • Wednesday, 06 Jul 2016

Car talk: The social network is expected to go live to coincide with Clarkson, Hammond and May's TV show, The Grand Tour. Pictured is Clarkson.

When it goes live this autumn, Drivetribe will be for car obsessives what Twitch is to gamers and Tripadvisor to travellers, say former Top Gear presenters. 

Exact details of what to expect from the new platform being heralded by erstwhile Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, is unclear. Although May describes it as

"Pure digital inclusivity. Some of the world's most endangered tribes – Volvo enthusiasts, for example – will now have a voice as loud as everyone else's."

The social network is expected to go live to coincide with the trio's new TV show, The Grand Tour, which will be making its global debut exclusively on Amazon later this year.

However, those that want in on the ground floor can sign up at to ensure early access. —  AFP Relaxnews

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