Richard Hammond has spent a good deal of time over here in the U.S. He enjoys getting to know us Americans through our jobs, and he even tries to see if he can learn to do them himself in his show, Richard Hammond’s Crash Course.
Perhaps Richard Hammond didn’t get the “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor” nursery ditty straight when he was a kid. Maybe his non-rhyming version went “cattle rancher, cab driver, stuntman, barber.
We wuz robbed, Jeremy Clarkson and James May said (more or less).
When director Nick Love needed to get some help filming car chases for The Sweeney, his movie version of the famous British TV police series, where did he turn?
The editor of Top Gear magazine has test driven the ultra-swanky Aston Martin One-77 and lived to tell about it.
London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts is closed for the Olympics – but the ICA is taking over a parking garage for a very special exhibit about cars.
Top Gear hosts – Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond– pride themselves on their automotive performance and, of course, outdoing one another. A bit of friendly competition never hurt anyone.
The Dark Knight Rises opens next week, and the folks at TopGear.com dug up some interesting facts about the cars in the movie.
Jeremy Clarkson has long made fun of the three-wheeled car known as the Reliant Robin. Clarkson jokes about them and has even rolled them over on Top Gear.
Gearheads of the world, BBC America has jump-started this Summer of London with free and discounted episodes of the British original Top Gear.