If you’ve been a big fan of the comedy series Friends and the car show Top Gear, the following will really impress you. A friend of Joey Tribbiani, or Matt LeBlanc, who he plays and whom we have often seen in Formula One races in previous seasons, has joined the new cast of the once popular show Top Gear. The American, otherwise a big fan of racing, will join Chris Evans in a new era of motoring on British television BBC. As a guest of the show, LeBlanc set the best time of the course among all the stars, so the management of the show is probably written on his skin. "I am honored to be able to participate in the new chapter of this show as a big Top Gear fan and crazy about cars," said LeBlanc, who was also hospitably received by co-host Evans:
Jeremy Clarkson, one of the three hosts of the popular British car show, has officially announced the end of Top Gear in his column for The Sun. Clarkson has been embroiled in controversial situations on several occasions over the years, most recently when he allegedly reprimanded an Irish producer in a drunken state and then hit him hard in the head, so that he was bleeding and dizzy and had to go to the emergency room. BBC television temporarily suspended and stopped the broadcast of Top Gear. Although often offensive but still very popular, Jezza, as Clarkson is called by his friends, told his supporters, who collected over 880.000 signatures in the #BringBackClarkson online petition, that their efforts were in vain. "You can collect countless signatures, gain the support of politicians from all pages
Jeremy Clarkson, the controversial host of the popular British show Top Gear, allegedly even wanted to hit him during a dispute with one of the producers of the British television company BBC. When the BBC executives heard about it, Clarkson was immediately suspended, and the next Top Gear show, which aired this Sunday, will not be aired for now. The same fate awaits the remaining two episodes of this year’s Top Gear season, until the investigation into the incident is completed.
This Sunday, in the popular British car show Top Gear, you will be able to watch the presentation of the World Relicross Championship - a racing discipline that is entering its second season this year and which is breaking ratings records. Behind the wheel of a heavily coiled race car, James May will sit in a race in Britain and compete in an environment where everything “Captain Slow” doesn’t like too much.
In the second episode of this year’s season of the automotive show Top Gear, the three hosts of the show ventured into the Australian desert. But they chose cars worth around half a million euros for the trip. James May drove a Nissan GT-R, Jeremy Clarckson a BMW M6, and Richard Hammond a Bentley Continental V8. Anyone who has seen not only the last, but any trip of the trio, has probably repeatedly wondered what the car looks like at the end of the route. Well, photos of the aforementioned Bentley are posted online. These only briefly show all the damage to the car, which had to be repainted at the end of the chassis repair. It has lost more than half of its value, and sources state that red Australian dust got inside the engine, seriously damaging it. Bentley air filters are not
The three hosts of the popular British car show Top Gear had to flee Argentina after the locals, due to provocative license plates on the cars they were driving, started throwing stones at them and insulting them. The BBC confirmed that the show's hosts and crew had left Argentina, but denied speculation that the license plates, which hinted at a British-Argentine war for the Falkland Islands, were a deliberate provocation. Passions are said to be aroused by the license plate H982 FKL, on a Porsche driven by Jeremy Clarkson. This is supposed to hint at the 1982 conflict in which Britain defeated Argentina. "The BBC leadership asked host Jeremy Clarkson to behave nicely in Argentina, but he decided on his own
On Thursday, July 3.7.2014, 911, Top Gear took place in the Zagreb Arena. Otherwise better known as a TV show. Certainly the biggest car show, which is now also performed live. In Zagreb, Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, who are known all over the world as car lovers, fast, comfortable and, last but not least, often expensive driving, introduced themselves to the audience. A day later, as part of a European tour, they move to Italy. Although the red thread of their shows as well as the live event is motoring, a significant portion is related to humor. So it was possible to see a ride with a washing machine, a burning Subaru Impreza, a driving stage and a lot of other interesting things. They also introduced specially modified Jaguar F-type, Porsche 8 and Audi v50. For the show, it was necessary to deduct somewhere between 100 and XNUMX €.
Recent alleged racist statements by Jeremy Clarkson, one of the three faces of the popular automotive show Top Gear, have fallen on deaf ears despite the efforts of the yellow media. Clarkson has signed a new three-year contract with the British house BBC for 15 million euros over the next three years. Top Gear has been by far the most watched show in the UK for several years now, as well as in many parts of the world. Last season, the show was watched by more than 5 million viewers on the Island alone, and another 350 million elsewhere in the world in 170 countries. To continue with Top Gear or not is not such a difficult question, as the show brings the BBC a profit of around 185 million euros. However, Richard Hammond and James May are still waiting for the contracts to be extended, which is only a matter of time.
Slovenian drivers, or those who were waiting for a city bus on a cold January morning in Ljubljana, were able to drive a prestigious car. Namely, for some, the BBC Knovledge program has brightened up the morning, the way to school, work, or somewhere else due to the promotion of the new show Tom Gear's 41. More in the video below: [vsw id = "y0fVa-1Il5Y" source = "youtube" width = "425" height = "344" autoplay = "yes"]