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Formula One RacingFormula One Racing

The NBC Sports Group will present its most extensive and comprehensive motorsports coverage ever in 2013, with more than 200 programming hours of "Formula One" and IZOD IndyCar races, practices, qualifying, pre- and post-race studio shows, and behind-the-scenes programs. Coverage will air across NBC, NBC Sports Network, and NBC Sports Live Extra, the NBC Sports Group's live streaming platform, via TV Everywhere. Additionally, two F1 races will air on CNBC, NBCUniversal's business channel.


Richard Hammond's Crash CourseRichard Hammond's Crash Course
BBC America, 2012 | Comedy, Travel, Automobiles, Reality
Rating: 4/5

As he travels across the U.S., Hammond learns how to operate America's largest and most dangerous vehicles.


MotorWeekMotorWeek

Each year, a plethora of new vehicles hit the market in hopes of becoming the best selling vehicle in the country. This infotainment series works with vehicle manufactures to test these vehicles in a wide array of road tests, in which the vehicles are graded and the best one received an award. While the series was designed to allow the consumer to have more information about the vehicles that they produce, the series does its best to ensure that the audience feels entertained.


For the Love of CarsFor the Love of Cars

The series follows Philip Glenister and Ant Anstead who are on a mission as they scour the barns and lock ups looking for British wrecked treasures to bring to life.


How It's Made: Dream CarsHow It's Made: Dream Cars

Picture your dream car: a Maserati or maybe the Audi R8. Have you ever wondered just how that incredible machine was made? Visit the birthplaces of your favorite cars.


Fat N' FuriousFat N' Furious

In the Rust Belt State of Ohio, speed reigns supreme -- the faster the car, the fatter the profit and every second counts. With a waist size that rivals the Rust Belt itself, Tommy Christmas and his family are known for driving big and living even bigger. FAT N' FURIOUS follows the hilarious car junkies of Christmas Automotive as they hunt down left-for-dead cars and bringing them back to life and to the racetrack.


Lords of the Car HoardsLords of the Car Hoards

Every year finding unrestored classic American cars is becoming a thing of the past. But there's a secret treasure trove of automotive relics that still exists: Car Hoards -- the last frontier of the American Classic Car.


Lost in TransmissionLost in Transmission
History, 2015 | Travel, Talent, Automobiles, Reality | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Top Gear co-host and automotive aficionado, Rutledge Wood and his friend and fellow car fanatic, George Flanigen, are on a mission: to rescue America's greatest rides from barns and backyards across the South. Together Rutledge and George will comb the garages of America to rescue the under-appreciated examples of automotive styling that time forgot, fix them up and get them back on the road. Their journey will take them off the beaten track, where they will get lost in local traditions, meet eccentric characters, and discover the heart of American car culture. Two friends on the ultimate road trip saving America's greatest, weirdest and coolest cars.


Big Easy MotorsBig Easy Motors
History, 2016 | Automobiles, Reality
Rating: 3.5/5

There's undiscovered treasure in the bayous of Louisiana and Charles Handler knows how to find it. From a 1957 Chevy Bel Air convertible to a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT, Handler and his team find long-forgotten piles of junk and turn them into dazzling custom cars. He searches all over Louisiana for one-of-a-kind classics, invests his own money to fix them up, and then sells them at auction. These treasures can sell for big money so there's a huge profit to be made, if everything goes according to plan. Each episode, based in New Orleans, will feature amazing vehicle restorations and high stakes auctions where everything's on the line.


Texas Car WarsTexas Car Wars
Discovery, 2012 | Drama, Family, Automobiles, Reality
Rating: 1/5

Texas is a car-flipping gold mine. There are more unregistered, salvaged cars in the Lone Star State than anywhere in the country. In Austin, garages from around the city converge on public auctions in search of that diamond in the rough that they can flip for a hefty profit.