Yeah I'll admit it, I still buy car magazines occasionally (usually focused on classic euro cars and youngtimers) and read car articles and watch formula 1. I've watched every JC-era Top Gear episode at least twice and I've given Grand Tour a shot as well. It disappointed me, though I enjoyed the used Maserati Biturbos episode, which had more to do with the cars than the show itself. I think one reason why I enjoyed Grand Tour a bit less is because it's not a BBC show. Don't get me wrong, I loathe the BBC. But because it's run by gutmensch kind of people that love the smell of their own farts and can't take any form of criticism whatsoever, there was always a sort of tension in the air that anything, at anytime, could spark a scandal. The bar to cause a scandal by accident (or mildly on purpose) is raised so much higher at Amazon's with all the freedoms that they've become less on the edge. The tension was good, to kick the ceiling every now and then, which is virtually unreachable at their new employer. Or at least, that's what I think it is and I like my train of thoughts there. But this is about Drivetribe and I think for as far as an easy-to-read car blog goes, they pretty much nailed it. Nice pics, nice reviews, nice opinion pieces, never dull, all very agree to disagree without making you feel like you're wrong. Myeah. That's all.