Top Gear's top geek James May says the show's almost a sitcom, one which he occasionally thinks "Can't we do something properly that will work, not that has to catch fire or fall over?" So, no British cars, then? [EveningStandard]
James May just purchased this Grievous Angel custom cafe racer from hip Austrailian builder Deus Ex Machina. Based on the JDM Yamaha SR400, Captain Slow's new bike puts out 27 HP and costs around $20,000.
British motoring show Top Gear was recently part of some stupid contrived controversy, which means you should warm up your BitTorrent software for Season 14. We look forward to writing about their antics and not people's responses to them.
Originally intended to start on October 26th, Top Gear is now officially slated for a return to television on November 2nd. We can hardly wait for Series 12 to start, particularly because of the American road tripRead…