Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are is still looking for a name to their new upcoming car show, which is set to launch on Amazon Prime this fall. A new teaser has been released shows the former Top Gear trio struggling to name their new show, check out the video below.
Remember the Samsung Safety Truck when they use a built-in cameras and huge rear-mounted displays screens? Well it’s the same principle in effect here. Richard Hammond from Top Gear installs a huge display screens with cameras on a Ford Transit to give it the power of invisibility. The screens gave a live feed of the town surroundings, making… Continue reading Top Gear Invisible Van
Richard Hammond test-driving the massive six-wheeled Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG (6×6) in Abu Dhabi. He takes 9000 pound car up and down some very steep sand dunes at ‘The Empty Quarter’ – the largest desert space in the world – to see what it can do. Watch Hammond on Top Gear, series 21 episode 4, in the video below.
Richard Hammond recreates a classic action movie chase. In a BMW 1M and a Porsche Carrera R, he must evade a small army of bad guys for 3 minutes. The car with the least number of paint ball hits will be deemed the best handling. Watch the video chase below.
A Top Gear fanatic Jacek Mazur, 48, built his own replica McLaren F1 using only scrap and spare parts for about $33,000 thats 250 times cheaper than the real thing. He even paid tribute to his favorite television show by building a tiny rear seat for Top Gear co-host Richard Hammond. The Polish amateur mechanic previous projects have included building… Continue reading McLaren F1 Replica Made in Poland
Jeremy Clarkson and the Top Gear crew are testing the new 900 horsepower Mclaren P1 ($1.3 million) around the Spa Francorchamps circuit in Belgium for the upcoming TV show. The creators of the popular BBC car show, with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, are currently working on the new 21st season. Don’t forget to watch the video below. via: Wired