Jeremy Clarkson launches social media platform for car addicts – Mashable

LONDON — Remember hearing about the online motoring community that The Grand Tour and Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were planning earlier this year?
Well, it's finally here.
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DRIVETRIBE, a sort of website/app/social media platform hybrid, went live on Monday.
The basic idea is that you sign in through Facebook and start by joining six "Tribes" -("Hammond's Foby Jockeys," and "Dogs in cars," for instance) which then gives you access to a range of different content. You then interact with the program by commenting, reposting or "bumping" (the Drivetribe version of a favourite or an upvote)...

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