Clarkson, Hammond and May will reportedly have a $250-million budget for their new show on Amazon Instant Video. Continue Reading...
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Online retail giant Amazon is relaunching a version of Top Gear. The yet-unnamed show is set to premiere in the fall of 2016 but true enthusiasts of this program may be a bit disappointed. Continue Reading...
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, the former hosts of the popular car show Top Gear have found a new home on Amazon’s streaming video service. Continue Reading...
Former Top Gear hosts James May and Richard Hammond are expected to follow Jeremy Clarkson to a new endeavor. Continue Reading...
The BBC continues to search for new hosts for the popular automotive television show Top Gear. Continue Reading...
James May has shed some light on the future of Top Gear. Continue Reading...
Jeremy Clarkson, the host of Top Gear, is in hot water again for a comment he made in his column. While he was discussing the eco feature on his LG flat screen TV, he said that using the feature “dims the screen so much, every programme looks like it’s being presented by Lenny Henry in… Continue Reading...
Top Gear’s new series will start in a few days and car enthusiasts around the world are eagerly marking off their calendars. So far we know that James May will be showing us the new Aston Martin Virage,and Jeremy Clarkson will be comparing the McLaren MP4-12C to the Ferrari 458 Italia. We also see the… Continue Reading...
Car enthusiasts from around the world are marking their calendars off with big red Xs as BBC’s Top Gear returns. The first episode of season 17 will air in just eleven days with the trio will back in the drivers seat and up to their usual shenanigans driving exotic cars in exotic locations. Top Gear… Continue Reading...
Everyone’s favourite car show will return to television on June 12. The hit BBC show Top Gear has been on break since the 16th season ended on February 27 with only 6 episodes. Some of the highlights of last season included Hammond driving the Porsche 959 and Ferrari F40, May driving around in NASA’s new… Continue Reading...
In response, said ambassador sent a letter to the BBC saying that the presenters had used vulgar and bigoted language to describe the people of his country, describing the remarks as xenophobic and humiliating. Continue Reading...
James May, one third of the popular BBC show “Top Gear” and the presenter known as “Captain Slow”, was awarded an honorary doctorate at his alma matter of Lancaster University. May, who graduated with a degree in music, took a somewhat different path, despite being a passionate musician. Stints at major car magazines, the Channel… Continue Reading...
Were it not for Top Gear‘s incredible production and entertainment value, surely we wouldn’t be telling you that James May, aka Captain Slow, managed to drive the new Bugatti Veyron Super Sport slower than the world record setting time. In fact, in case you can’t tell from his nick name, going under the car’s top… Continue Reading...
A Bugatti Veyron that appeared on the BBC hit show Top Gear was owned by a man recently sent to jail for pretending to be a member of Kuwait’s royal family and bilking retired nurses out of their pensions. Koroush Pour operated a leasing firm in the upscale Kensington district of London. According to the UKPA,… Continue Reading...