Your not-so-serious weekly round-up of car news from the team behind Clarkson, Hammond and May’s motoring website.
S05E02: Tiny V10s for project cars, hypercar racing, the new biggest car company and MORE
This week on the DriveTribe podcast Tim and Rachael are joined by Mike Fernie off of the DriveTribe YouTube channel.Together we chat about the news of the week: the new budget Porsche Taycan, the new giant car-nglomerate Stellantis, the Renault 5 and...
S05E01: We're BACK
After a sojourn of 9 months we're back with The DriveTribe Podcast – Tim's joined by car journo Rachael Hogg to discuss the latest car news and what we've been driving. Get some behind-the-scenes looks at the world of motoring journalism, and some...
Series 4 Episode 4: James May on planes, boats, bikes and cars (briefly)
This is a good one – DriveTribe and FoodTribe founder James May joins Tim for over an hour of chat about flying, boating, driving, riding and everything else May's been up to in lockdown. Find out how many miles May's done in his Ferrari in the past...
Series 4 Episode 3: Aston Martin DBX and LR Defender reviewed, new Audi S3 news, 800hp AMGs, and why SUVs are GREAT
This week's DriveTribe podcast is brought to you by the heat-addled brains of Rachael and Tim. We discuss the slightly underwhelming new Audi S3, the upcoming 800hp Mercedes-AMG S73, the Bentley Bentayga Speed, and Tim reviews the Aston Martin DBX and...
Series 4 Episode 2: The new V8 Defender, Merc-AMG A45 review and cars that won't let you speed (and something about Tapas cars)
God, the future's bleak, isn't it? Luckily for you, Tim and Rachael are here to cheer you up with news that soon, cars physically won't let you break the speed limits! Yay! Oh. That's not actually good news.Oh well, we also bring you news of a V8...
Series 4 Episode 1: We're BACK, a bit better and here's a 1,400hp electric Ford Mustang
After a brief Coronavirus hiatus that gave us very little to talk about, the DriveTribe Podcast is back for its fourth season.And we've actually put some effort in this time, with new (and deeply pornographic) music recorded by the one and only Jonathan...
Customer ReviewsSee All
Terrible sound quality, terrible presenters.
Poor, poor sound quality. Sounds like they record it on a phone 20m away from themselves. I would have thought a company like drivetribe would have the resources to invest in a decent set of microphones and recording equipment.
The content isn’t any better. Three or four blokes talking rubbish that isn’t at all new or interesting. I listened to 8 episodes, to give it a try. It only got worse as they settled into it. The main presenter, Tim, is very annoying and just seems to want to act like a lad “look how blokey I am”. And fails miserably.
The only positive in the 8 episodes was the guest from Honda who was insightful and had some interesting things to say. He alone makes it gain an extra star.
In short avoid.