Four celebrity duos are joining a group of intrepid classic car enthusiasts on the Endurance Rally Association's "Road to Saigon", traveling over 3000 km from Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand through Cambodia and Vietnam.
In an exhilarating four-part series, four celebrity duos put their driving skills and relationships to the test as they join in on a part of the Endurance Rally Association's Road to Saigon in a fleet of classic cars. Each of the celebrity duos sport a range of skills and start their adventure in bespoke rally-prepped cars: broadcasting legend Noel Edmonds and his wife Liz drive a classic MGB GT, husband and wife Martin Kemp (Spandau Ballet) and Shirlie Kemp (Wham!) drive a 1972 Mini, restaurateur and food broadcaster Andi Oliver and her TV presenter daughter Miquita Oliver have the oldest car - a 1959 Morris Minor, and friends Tinchy Stryder and Jordan Stephens (Rizzle Kicks) have bFrom Chiang Mai in northern Thailand through Cambodia and Vietnam, their challenge is to drive over 3,000km, through some of the least-explored areas of the region and taking on some of most challenging roads in the world. Over 12 days, the series captures all the laughs, beautiful landscapes and inevitable drama of this truly unique journey revealing if the celebrity ralliers have what it takes to make it all the way to the finish line.... Read more.