Beloved ex-Top Gear trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May finally came up with an underwhelming name for their new Amazon Prime show: The Grand Tour. Hopefully this means more big adventures are on the way, because they took so long to come up with that?
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have been busy over the last year developing a new motoring show for Amazon to rival their old hosting gigs on BBC’s Top Gear. It turns out they’ve also been busy developing a media empire to coincide with their new show called DriveTribe.
Top Gear (yes, the BBC version) presenter Chris Evans announced that the show will return to the network on May 8, but has not indicated who the co-presenters will be—if there are any.
We had to get hold of many things in order to make Top Gear. White coats, spare tyres, enormous plates of meat for some gag involving The Stig. But most of all, we had to get hold of cars. Despite the shouting and falling over and idiotic attempts to run an art gallery, we were a car show after all.
Well folks, it turns out that Jeremy Clarkson is not trolling Top Gear with the name of his, James May and Richard Hammond’s new show.
The new car show on Amazon starring Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond, just began its full day of shooting, and it’s looking to be a modest affair. There appears to be just barely over 50 people participating. Oh, and also a Ferrari LaFerrari, a McLaren P1, and a Porsche 918.
There’s been some big news today: the Top Gear triumvirate has been taken in by the world’s largest box-sending-to-your-house concern, Amazon, which will be producing new car-shows. But there’s one bit of important news no one is yet talking about: Richard Hammond’s goatee.
Here’s a wild video of Richard Hammond getting strapped onto a plane as it takes off and flies in the air and does crazy aerial tricks for Top Gear. It’s the most ridiculous type of roller coaster a person could possibly ride and Hammond is literally holding onto his butt cheeks throughout the entire ride. Fun stunt!
It’s the end of Top Gear Season 22, but in reality it’s the end of Top Gear as we know it. The boys will be back, of course, but tonight is the night that we bid farewell to our old friends at their own home. Here’s everything you need to know.
Tonight, for better or worse, the car show that defined car shows is coming to a close. Before we usher in a new era of automotive comedy, let’s take a moment to reminisce about the best car show... in the world. What are your favorite episodes from the show? When did Top Gear make you fall in love with cars? What’s…
The third biggest loser in this sad saga of Top Gear is the wider car media, and the business that surrounds it. Of course the first is the vast fan base that has followed the show for many years. The second, assuming the brand struggles to survive, is the team who work on it - and I can’t imagine how they feel right…
Chris Evans, Top Gear’s newest host, was only offered the job late last week, he said in his first extended words on the new gig, while speaking on his radio show. But that’s not really the big story. The weirder bit is actually about former TG hosts Richard Hammond and May. They were apparently considering a return…
At this point no one really knows what the future holds for Top Gear, and it seems Clarkson, Hammond, and May have moved on to other projects and will not return. For you Jalops living in the UK, here is your chance to own the Hamster’s E36 M3 that he pushed to the limits of fuel economy across Germany.
The Top Gear crew are back with Clarkson, Hammond & May Live, a new rolling circus that’s set to start touring this year. And they’ve already begun filming a few new segments to go along with their Back On The Road tour.
Top Gear has been off the air for a few months now. It’s sad. But there is a chance that Clarkson, Hammond, and May could have a show on Netflix. The title? House of Cars. Get it?
You saw the headline, right up there? Up top? The one involving Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and non- Top Gear? And you’re still clicking through? Good, then we’re all on the same page. Because there’s plenty of things to drudge through in the world of non-Top Gear, starting with the Ape and the Hamster.
I love profanity. I don’t care who knows it. There’s something so gloriously freeing and exhilarating about releasing a nice, long, flowing, vulgar stream of foul language. When it comes to some world-class Freestyle Flying Off The Handle Swearing, I have to say Richard Hammond really nails it.