Harris Hoons Huayra for GRID 2

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Chris Harris heads to Italy to drive the Pagani Huayra as if he were playing a video game.

Chris Harris is taking a break from the Drive channel this week, but thanks to his moonlighting work with GRID 2 creators Codemasters, we are able to enjoy our weekly fix of the British auto-journo albeit without the wit and steadfast opinions. The premise of the video commercial is Chris recreating the camera angles and action gamers will experience in virtual reality, in actual reality using a Pagani Huayra for the job. This isn't the first time Harris has hooned the Italian hypercar but it's still worthy of a watch.

As we’ve come to expect of the little fella, there’s plenty of sideways action, and the bespoke hypercar doesn’t fail to impress with its engineered turbocharged soundtrack.

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