Tag: James May
Top Gear expected back on June 27. Maybe.
The new season of Top Gear is apparently due to hit our screens on June 27, according to the latest edition of its spin-off magazine. Or is it?Tagged as: James May, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, The Stig, Top Gear
Hot lava and tyres don’t mix, as Top Gear has found out
If you want to get maximum wear from your tyres, your best bet is probably not to drive to an active volcano and test them to destruction by driving on hot lava. But, there again, when did Top Gear ever give a flying fig about the practicalities of motoring?
James May spearheads bid to preserve Brooklands heritage
A plan to help preserve the heritage of the historic racing circuit at Brooklands Museum in Surrey is banking on public support – and the first person to respond was none other than Top Gear presenter James May.Tagged as: Brooklands Museum, James May, Richard Noble, Scalextric
Lewis’ Lego adventure is an advert too far for Santander
He’s one of British motoring’s most famous faces with a job we’d give our eye teeth for, he’s done Airfix, he’s done Scalextric, and now he’s doing Lego – no, not Top Gear’s James May but Lewis Hamilton.Tagged as: James May, Lewis Hamilton, Santander
Top Gear: Why James May is becoming the ultimate geek made good
It’s our habit to review the first episode of Top Gear in a new season to see how well the formula is still working – and this time around we’ve come to rather a startling conclusion. Increasingly, it’s all about James May.Tagged as: James May, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, The Stig, Top Gear
Top Gear: Peppercorn, Jaguar, Black Shadow… and the man they call The Stig
So… it’s a tough call, taking a series into its 13th season. And we’re asking the question we always ask at this point in the run. Is the format still fresh? Can the guys still cut it? Is it still, basically, as silly, as laugh-out-loud funny and as occasionally poignant as we’ve come to expect?Tagged as: Ferrari marques, James May, Jeremy Clarkson, Michael Schumacher, Richard Hammond, Top Gear
Top Gear: coming to an airfield near you?
Here’s a question: would you pay upwards of a ton to go and watch three middle-aged blokes indulging in self-described “cocking about” for an hour and 15 minutes?
What’s going on at Top Gear?
News is trickling through about a bit of a dispute between the BBC and members of the Top Gear team. And the inevitable reason is that common root of all evil – money.