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Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond get new Top Gear filming underway
Top Gear fans may already be feeling the withdrawal symptoms after Top Gear series 20 ended last Sunday but there’s always the Top Gear Christmas special and series 21 to look forward to.
It looks like plans for the new shows are well underway too after Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond were seen larking about in the south of France with the massed ranks of the Top Gear film crew in tow.
Click through the gallery for the full story on what the Top Gear team were up to…
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@ Don Westlake....For someone, who by their comments here is not to enthralled by the thought of Top Gear returning to our screens in the future, you seem to put a lot of effort into posting your displeasure.
You protest too much methinks, the fact is you love the show and would like Jezzer’s babies.
They were all in France filiming, my parents spoke to James Mayb when they saw him out there. He was driving round in a Citroen 2CV and apparently collecting items for one of those classic challenges.
I am sorry that the researcher of this article did not do their research correctly as the original E Type was never fitted with a V 8 engine but the XJ 3.8 litre in line six cylinder later the XJ 4.2 litre in line six was an option. And finally the V 12 was offered in the series 3 .
Will MSN ever run an article about TG with a link to SHOCK HORROR - Jeremy Clarkson MOST infamous quotes ?
I used to think MSN was produced by chimps now I know it for sure.
Filming for series 21 starts in September as any half decent investigative Journalist would know.
Oh No! Not Again
I now know what it feels like to be a bowl of petunias.
I'm embarrassed by how they all portray themselves.
They make middle aged men out to be immature, silly idiots.
Perhaps we are as those 3 numpties are clearly popular amongst ............ other numpties.
Anything to do with motoring has been dumbed down. The presentation is sloppy and dull. Endlessly grooving the same old tracks. You can expect that of three men asked to come up with ideas - but the team behind TopGear seem bereft of anything original between the. Clearly smug and complacent, fat getting fatter and lazy too.
I can take the blend of characters with the salt pinched firmly but it just appears tired and boring.
The global bit extends its life but at least here, the sharp end, we're witnessing the quiet shuffling off towards death and the tranquillity it brings. Hammond has branched out. So too has May. Clarkson believed his own hyperbole some years back and soon returned to the safety of the one show he could deliver. Oh, and don't expect to see him on any other 'One Show' as it isn't his format.
I think they've done well with it but it is due more to the conservatism of the BBC rather than seeing off any opposition or evolving into something better.
I think that in the future we'll look back on it as we do Blue Peter - it never changed.
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