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Meet the locals. Try the food. Drive the roads. Discover automotive gems. That’s the plan for British racer Justin Bell as he sets out to embrace the unexpected in cities he’s been to before and others he’s exploring for the first time, all from behind the wheel of incredible cars available for rent on Hagerty DriveShare.

Drives Unexpected is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on October 23, 2020.

Where do I stream Drives Unexpected online? Drives Unexpected is available for streaming on Motortrend, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Drives Unexpected on demand at Amazon Prime online.

1 Season, 6 Episodes
October 23, 2020
Documentary & Biography
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Drives Unexpected Full Episode Guide

  • Friends. Family. A sense of self. Justin comes full circle as he takes a deeper dive into the history of the automobile and learns why Montauk, a small fishing town at the tip of Long Island, New York, should hold a special place in the mind of anyone who drives a car.

  • One deep-dish pizza. One epic drag race. A whole lot of time travel. Justin once promised a good friend that if he was ever in Chicago, Illinois he'd call her up for a tour of the city, and today, he's taking her up on the offer.

  • Rattlesnakes. Cobras. Twisting mountain roads. Justin ventures outside his comfort zone and makes his globe-trotting mother proud as he navigates the city streets and alpine highways of Denver, Colorado.

  • An Italian thoroughbred. A laid-back country drive. A hidden car collection. Justin journeys through California's central coast to meet an old racing friend and visit one of the region's premier wineries.

  • Ten thousand biscuits. Two Mustangs. One eclectic vehicle museum. Justin is in Nashville to experience the history and automotive culture of this soulful southern city with the help of a new, musical friend.

  • Racecars. Cuban sandwiches. Tropical vistas. Justin lived in Miami for ten years, but now he's back to explore some of the places he never quite had time to visit in his racing youth.