WhichCar Episode 19 preview | Driving the F1 dream and Australia's next top model?

An F1 racer you can buy, a quantum leap for Mazda’s 3 and a different kind of race at the wheel of a Porsche

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Driving a Formula 1 car is a dream for most, but Alex Inwood gets a chance to live that dream thanks to a very special factory in New Zealand that’s building an F1 car you can buy. It’s not cheap, but if you have the cash, Rodin can make your ultimate race car goals a reality.

Watch Alex progress through the Rodin driving academy from a hyperbolic track-focused McLaren, through a single-seat racer to the ultimate in fast car fantasies.

From a performance sensation to a sales sensation: meet the next-generation Mazda 3. As one of Australia’s favourite models, the Mazda 3 is taking a big risk and going upmarket -- with the price to match. Is the new Mazda 3 worth the money?

2019 Mazda 3

As one of the most popular Mazda markets in the world, the new and incredibly refined Mazda 3 could be about to blitz the Australian small hatch market.

After that excitement, Daniel accepts an altogether more relaxing challenge, plotting a path through Gippsland’s stunning scenery to help Peruvian chef Alejandro concoct a culinary banquet. There are only so many hours in the day and a lot of suppliers to visit; will they make it?

Picking the perfect car depends on finding something fast, practical, stylish, comfortable and not embarrassingly thirsty. How on earth can a 2.3-tonne Porsche fit the bill?

On-air: Channel Ten, May 26 (AU) / June 2 (NZ)

Catch-up: Watch at tenplay.com.au (AU) or primetv.co.nz (NZ)



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