Driven - Drifting 101: No Car, No Experience, No Problem
At NOLA Motorsports, Tom does what does not come naturally - purposefully throwing his car into a spin (on a closed course under professional instruction, of course). All thanks to instructor Kali Kerns and the Drift South program.
In World War II, the "Ducks" were boats built on a truck chassis to be deployed in the Pacific theater as amphibious landing vehicles. Now, they're a must-do tourist attraction for visitors of Boston. Ride along as we see what they can do, and how they're going green.
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Driven - Historic Newport, RI and a S...
If there's one drive you should consider taking when visiting Rhode Island, it's definitely Ocean Drive in historic Newport.
When Driven host Tom Gregory lands in the City by the Sea, the locals roll out the red carpet and show him all that this amazing New England town has to offer. With opulen...
Driven - The Art of the Automobile
Meet David Saggio, an artist whose sole focus is capturing beautiful automobiles. Then we go for a Great American Drive "Down the Bayou", and take some hot rod barstools out for a spin.
Driven - Cape Cod's Heritage Museums ...
Located in Cape Cod is the Heritage Museums & Gardens, which holds the largest collection of hydrangeas and the JK Lilly automotive collection. The collection consists of 40 American cars from 1899-1965 and tells a story of innovation, design & aesthetics.
Every year the Heritage Museum...