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Chris Harris (Christopher James Harris) was born on 27 January, 1975 in United Kingdom, is a Journalist, racing driver, presenter. At 45 years old, Chris Harris height is 5 ft 7 in (171.0 cm).

Now We discover Chris Harris's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 47 years old?

Popular As Christopher James Harris
Occupation Journalist, racing driver, presenter
Chris Harris Age 47 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 27 January 1975
Birthday 27 January
Birthplace United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Chris Harris Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Chris Harris worth at the age of 47 years old? Chris Harris’s income source is mostly from being a successful Journalist. He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Chris Harris's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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From 2017, Harris has been one of the three main presenters of Top Gear, after previously making regular appearances throughout the twenty-third series in 2016. He has his own YouTube Channel, Chris Harris on Cars, in which he and Neil Carey produce and film their own automotive reviews and content. On 28 June 2016, the Chris Harris on Cars web series was moved from YouTube to the official Top Gear website and in July 2016, Chris Harris on Cars was launched on BBC America.

In February 2016, Harris officially joined the new cast of Top Gear. Harris served as a recurring presenter for the television show in 2016, but was promoted to a main presenter following the resignation of Chris Evans. From the twenty-fourth series, he presented the series alongside co-hosts Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid. As of the twenty-seventh series, he hosts the show alongside Freddie Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness.

In 2016, Harris's web series, Chris Harris On Cars, was absorbed by the BBC.


On 27 October 2014, Harris' YouTube channel, Chris Harris on Cars, was created. Harris partnered with longtime colleague and cameraman / editor Neil Carey and still shoots all Chris Harris on Cars (commonly abbreviated "CHOC") independently. Chris Harris on Cars has over 440,000 YouTube subscribers and nearly 45,000,000 views. In addition, on 6 November 2014, Harris began writing for Jalopnik, an online automotive blog administrated by Kinja. Harris also has since partnered with /DRIVE through NBCSN and now appears on American television channel NBCSN, reviewing cars and partaking in automotive-related activities with other hosts, on a regular basis.

In 2014, Harris was banned from reviewing Lamborghini cars, because of an article written by Harris, titled "Lamborghinis Are The Perfect Cars For People Who Can't Drive", in which he criticised many characteristics of the Lamborghini brand, saying their "future is bleak". Harris stated that the brand "can't support its looks with adequate (driving) dynamics". He also noted several Lamborghini malfunctions: in one case, as he was driving, "the brakes (on the Lamborghini) caught fire". Consequently, Lamborghini ended the relationship with Harris. Harris has recently (as of December 2017) started reviewing Lamborghinis again by driving the Lamborghini Huracán under his Chris Harris Drives brand hosted by Top Gear.


Subsequently, Chris Harris created an opinion and review YouTube series in partnership with /DRIVE. This new series aired weekly (starting in early 2012) on /DRIVE's YouTube channel, called /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS. Each episode featured a different car, either owned by Harris, or given to /DRIVE temporarily from the manufacturer. The series greatly expanded /DRIVE's viewership, with 104 videos together amassing over 3,500,000 views in two years. After two years of hosting automotive videos, Harris left the network in 2014 to create his own YouTube channel. He maintained a positive relationship with /DRIVE, remaining "a close friend of the /DRIVE brand".


Harris was banned from reviewing Ferrari cars on 2 February 2011, after writing an article titled, "How Ferrari Spins". In his article, he criticised the firm for trying "to win every test (review) at any cost" and called it a "profoundly irritating" brand. He also gave his opinion that an automotive journalist is forced to please Ferrari with a positive review in order to maintain a relationship with the brand. Though he was technically banned from reviewing Ferrari cars, Harris was still able to review several Ferraris unofficially. In late 2013, Harris and Ferrari reconciled, and he has since (officially) reviewed many Ferrari cars.


Harris began his career in the automotive industry working for Autocar , performing various menial labour tasks, or, as he himself describes it, "cleaning ashtrays". Eventually, he was promoted to an official road-test editor position within Autocar and gained recognition and credibility as a journalist by writing many automotive reviews, as well as a regular opinion column. At Autocar , Harris earned the nickname of "Monkey", a reference to an unseen character "Monkey" Harris in Only Fools and Horses. In 2008, Harris left Autocar magazine to co-found a new web-based digital platform called Drivers Republic. A year later, the enterprise ceased operations. In a statement, Drivers Republic explained the abrupt termination was due to "differences in our vision about future priorities". Immediately after the shutdown, Harris joined Evo as a writer / reviewer, publishing his first article there on 12 October 2009. His features for Evo were published every few months until 21 December 2011, and he resumed writing for Evo regularly on 10 April 2015.


Harris has had an extensive racing career. He won his first race in a Formula Palmer Audi in 2000. Some of the racing cars he has driven include a Porsche 911 Cup, Renault Sport R.S. 01, Aston Martin Vantage GT12, Van Diemen FF1600, Rover SD1 and a Jaguar E-Type. He has also raced in endurance races like the 24 Hours Nürburgring in 2010 and 2015. He was on the Glickenhaus team for 2016, but their car was crashed during a practice session. Harris often makes videos about the races he is attempting: sometimes teaching basic race techniques and other times simply sharing his experiences.


Christopher James Harris (born 20 January 1975) is a British automotive journalist, racing driver and television presenter. Harris has worked as a reviewer, writer and editor for many automotive magazines, including Evo, Autocar and Jalopnik. He has presented numerous television and YouTube series through NBCSN and DRIVE.