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Never fear, Season 19 is near!
You’ve been reading enticing tidbits here and seeing photos of tantalizing sightings there. One day the guys are in Vegas, on another Jeremy is seen in a futuristic looking car/suit-with-wheels.
The Hamster tries his hand at a variety of professions in the second season of Richard Hammond’s Crash Course, but perhaps it’s appropriate that he’s starting with a stint as a stunt (yes, the consonance was deliberate) driver on …
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.
“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).
China holds many obvious world records. It’s the world’s most populous country, with an estimated 1.
The man who was Top Gear’s second – and longest-running – Stig has been spotted on the set of the next James Bond movie, currently filming in London.
There was a chariot race – with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May riding carts pulled by mopeds instead of horses. There was car curling. There was Splat the Rat.
•Ready for Top Gear Live? Well, you better hurry. It opens tomorrow and runs through the weekend in Birmingham (that’s England, NOT Alabama).
• More details are emerging about this year’s Top Gear Live show. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May apparently can’t wait for the 2012 London Olympics — or are perhaps feeling they’ve been unreasonably …
If you’re in London, and you hail one of those famous black cabs, and it looks like the photo to the right, you should probably watch out. First, it’s not really a regular cab.