Top Gear USA will be back on your TV tubes this Tuesday for the final part of its fourth season. Host and funnyman Adam Ferrara is here now to answer all the questions you could possibly have about the end of season four, what's next, and what he has to say about cars.
Actor, comedian, Top Gear co-host, and walking Long Island accent Adam Ferrara will be live on the site at 2 PM (EST) answering your questions so get ready. In the meantime, here's a clip from tomorrow's episode, airing at 9 PM (EST) on History.
As if it wasn't already clear, the three men atop American-flavored Top Gear are in love with cars to an unhealthy degree. Tanner Foust once offered to race our press Lincoln MKT and Rutledge Wood, of course, sold me his damn car. They are like us, the only question is to what degree?
I'm on the set. After lunch, I found the box where they keep the keys to our motorpool.
On an upcoming episode of Top Gear we travel to the Pacific Northwest and solve the mystery of Bigfoot.
This is Rut and me with Dax at Irwindale Speedway.
He's in Russia, he got shot with a flare gun.
Here's a a pair of exclusive photos from the set of next Tuesday's apple pie-flavored Top Gear on History, which reveal the boys will attempt to drive three infamous "dangerous cars" to the death: a Corvair, a Pinto, and a Samurai. Our money's on the Corvair.
The season premiere of Top Gear USA drops tomorrow, February 14th, on History at 9:00 PM EST. We saw a preview of the episode in Detroit and it is — literally — explosive. Find out how to win some autographed swag below.
Just as Nascar spurs ardent fans and detractors, there's an equally strident break between supporters and haters of "Top Gear USA." This May, they can all come together at Nascar's Top Gear 300, the combination Pizza Hut/Taco Bell of motorsports.
Top Gear USA, the American version of the popular British motoring show, must have been popular enough for HISTORY as Jalopnik just confirmed the network's picking up TGUSA for a second season with hosts Rutledge Wood, Adam Ferrara, and Tanner Foust.
This week's Top Gear USA challenge will be to prove to GM they should bring back one of these Old GM products: Buick Roadmaster, Pontiac Fiero, or Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. We're voting Roadmaster because, you know, Buick still exists.
After five long years, Top Gear's American cousin debuts Sunday on the History Channel. You'll probably watch it anyway - but in the words of a very successful car guy: Is it any good?
Every single U.S. fan of Top Gear thinks History Channel's new Top Gear USA will fail like British colonialism. I don't. I think it'll quickly become better than any on-air American automotive show. Not that there's much competition.
This is the first photo of the studio from the U.S.-spec version of Top Gear, complete with a V12 table, old backseat couch, and a layout similar to the British version. Bonus photos of the Stig/SX4 below.
The American version of Top Gear, which we can't help but call Top Gear USA, will start filming in-studio a few weeks at the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station in Irvine Ca. Here's how to get tickets.
This just-released new video from Top Gear USA shows us a different side of the hosts from what was seen in the first trailer. Here the threesome displays a little less hugging and a little more profanity.