Richard previously revealed that the job of a cowboy is the one American occupation that he finds intriguing. And we watched him get a little teaser of one side of the fence when he gave American bullfighting a try earlier this ...
If you missed Monday night's episode, Richard was schooled on how to give a proper Harlem style haircut, Plus, he learned what it takes to build and test fly a brand new helicopter, the R66 Turbine.
Think Richard had enough of New York City after giving comedy and cab driving a try a few weeks ago? No way.
This week on “Crash Course,” Richard Hammond couldn’t have been more geeked to be in Sonoma, CA to learn the ways of an Indy Car pit crew member. “Finally, a job that should be in my comfort zone,” he ...
Richard Hammond's crash course for this week was a mighty one. Not only did the Hamster have to muster up the strength to go face-to-face with a hearty thousand-pound bull, but he had to embrace the cold ocean waves to walk on water as a paddle boarder.
If you think Richard Hammond had his work cut out for him as a stuntman, think again. This week, the Hamster was in New York City to find out what it takes to master two of the city's most challenging jobs; cab driver and comedian.
As we know already, Richard Hammond is a man who loves a challenge. In fact, he lives for it, as we all witnessed in the first season of 'Richard Hammond’s Crash Course.'