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Top Gear Thursday: He Steals Marlboros From Jeremy Clarkson, and They Call Him ‘The Cig’


We wuz robbed, Jeremy Clarkson and James May said (more or less).

Top Gear Thursday: ‘Top Gear’ is the Most-Watched Factual Show in the World

That’s right, just like the headline said: More people watch Top Gear than any other factual show in the world.

Top Gear Thursday: Richard Hammond’s Busy American Summer

As you probably know, Richard Hammond has been in the U.S. filming the second season of his show Crash Course.

Top Gear Thursday: Richard Hammond in the ‘Roll’ of a Lifetime

Richard Hammond flipped his car over twice, jumped from a bridge and set himself on fire.

Top Gear Thursday: London Philharmonic Wheels Out New Horn Section

Is the Mini a car or a musical instrument? Don’t worry, after you watch the video below, we think you’ll agree that it’s definitely more of a car, but you’re still likely to enjoy the partnership between the auto maker and the …

‘Richard Hammond’s Crash Course’ to Begin Filming Season Two

Top Gear’s Richard Hammond is returning for the second season of Crash Course, which begins filming next week in Texas. The new eight-episode, 60-minute season, produced by BBC Worldwide Productions for BBC America, will land Hammond …

Top Gear Thursday: ‘Top Gear’ Wins Prestigious Award, ‘Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Hits the Track

Top Gear has received a special prize from the Rose d’Or festival in Switzerland. The 2012 Honorary Rose Award recognized the show’s extraordinary global reach.

Top Gear Thursday: Richard Hammond is Demolition Man

Forget about the nineties action movie starring Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes. This century’s demolition man is… The Hamster.

Top Gear Thursday: Richard Hammond – Out of the Landfill and Into the Fire

“I’m off to a good old-fashioned Texas barbeque,” said Richard Hammond of his challenge in next week’s Crash Course (premiering Monday, May 7, 10p/9c).

Top Gear Thursday: Richard Hammond Says NASCAR Driving is ‘Like Climbing into the Belly of a Dragon’

It seems as though Richard Hammond has become Top Gear’s go-to guy for anything about cars – or about life, for that matter – in these former British colonies.