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America’s British population has taken to the web to voice its displeasure at news that U.S. candy giant Hershey has successfully blocked our much loved U.K.-produced chocolate from being exported to the land of the free.Read Now
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“Some say he hates Morris dancers with a dark and all-consuming passion,” writes TopGear.com of, you guessed it, The Stig.
So you’re a celebrity superstar, and you don’t know how to drive—what’s your biggest motivation to learn? Chances are, you don’t drive yourself to work, and you probably have drivers for all sorts of other mundane tasks …
We all know that The Stig has cousins all over the world — in Africa, China and Italy, just to cite a few examples of his kin in far-flung locations. But did you know that the mystery racer in white also has a digital cousin?
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will all be featured in Forza Motorsport 5, the newest version of the hit video game.
So, you think that all of Top Gear’s explosions, crazy challenges and automotive mayhem are just for your amusement?
“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.
Gamers and gearheads of the world, unite and take over: Top Gear and Forza Motorsport, the popular Xbox racing game, today announced that they are teaming up for a “long-term collaboration.” A marriage, shall we say.