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Breaking News The GRAND TOUR >Clarkson/Hammond & May =TOP GEAR is DEAD For Sure

BBC Chief Seeks 'Facts' on Clarkson's
Fight with Top Gear Producer


Daily Mail UK, 12 March 2015


Director-general Tony Hall has refused to "speculate" on Jeremy Clarkson's future as the BBC launched an investigation into the fracas that saw the Top Gear hosts suspended.


Clarkson is alleged to have punched Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon after a row because he could not order a steak.
Mr Hall told the Guardian the internal investigation would " get the people who are impacted by this together".





Jeremy Clarkson laughs off his latest controversy as he leaves his home in London



He said: " There is a lot of speculation, we have got to establish the facts and I intend to do that before we come to a final decision. That is what we are about to do."

The Top Gear star has attracted high profile support with Prime Minster David Cameron calling him a "huge talent" and saying he hoped the situation could be resolved so his children would not be left "heartbroken".

Reports suggest the star had been unhappy at being unable to get hot food at Simonstone Hall Hotel near Hawes, North Yorkshire, where the crew were staying after filming.

The Sun and Mirror reported the hotel's chef had gone home by the time they arrived and the stars were offered cold meat platters, although the presenter requested a £21.95 steak.
The papers quoted a source who claimed Clarkson blamed Mr Tymon for not arranging hot food and described the incident as a "scuffle".

Mr Cameron, who is a friend of Clarkson and his constituency MP, told BBC Midlands Today:

"I don't know exactly what happened. He is a constituent of mine, he is a friend of mine, he is a huge talent.
"I see that he said he regrets some of what happened. All I would say - because he is a talent and he does amuse and entertain so many people, including my children who'll be heartbroken if Top Gear is taken off air - I hope this can be sorted out because it is a great programme and he is a great talent."

Asked if the BBC was wrong to suspend him, Mr Cameron said:

"I don't know what happened. Every organisation has to be able to be free to manage its talent and to say to people, 'you can do this', or 'you can't do that', so I don't want to interfere in the running of the BBC."
He added: "The Prime Minister has many responsibilities, sadly securing the future of Top Gear isn't one of them."

Speaking yesterday, Mr Hall also said he was a "fan" of Clarkson, but added that allegations of a fracas were "serious".

More than 722,000 people from across the world have signed an online petition demanding that the outspoken host be reinstated.



Yesterday, the 54-year-old joked as he left his flat in Kensington amid a media scrum.
He said:

"I've been suspended haven't I? I'm just off to the job centre. At least I'm going to be able to get to the Chelsea match tonight."
Asked if his suspension was over a row about food he said "no, no, no" but said "yes" when asked if he had any regrets about what had happened.

Clarkson was photographed in the crowd at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea's game against Paris St-Germain last night.

A BBC disciplinary panel has already been convened to decide his fate.
Ken MacQuarrie, the head of BBC Scotland who conducted the investigation into Newsnight's false expose of Lord McAlpine, is to chair the panel with witnesses expected to be called by the end of the week.
A formal disciplinary letter summoning the presenter to appear at the hearing is expected to be posted today.

A lawyer for Mr Tymon said his client "intends to await the outcome of the BBC investigation and will make no comment until that investigation is complete".

When questioned on whether he supported the Top Gear presenter, Clarkson's co-host James May said:

"In many ways no, I have said many times before the man is a knob, but I quite like him. It's all getting a bit ridiculous."
Asked what he could remember about the row, May said: "Not very much, I was blind drunk."

Clarkson could walk away from the show when his contract runs out at the end of the month.
All three of the show's hosts were understood to be days away from signing new contracts that would have kept them at the wheel of the show for another three years when Clarkson was suspended.

The BBC owns the rights to the Top Gear brand, which is valued at £50 million, and includes the show, DVD rights and live shows, raising the prospect of Top Gear continuing on the BBC while Clarkson takes a similar show to one of its rivals.

The show makes £150 million ((US$225 million) per year worldwide for the BBC



Two episodes of this series have been postponed and the future of the third and final episode is unclear after the bust-up which took place after filming in Newcastle.

This is the latest in a long line of controversies which has seen the presenter offend foreign diplomats, viewers, MPs and his own bosses at the BBC.



Clarkson was put on what was called his final warning last year following a racism row after claims he used the N-word while reciting the nursery rhyme Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe during filming of the BBC2 programme.


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I'll Miss Top Gear, says Clarkson
-as Angela Rippon says SHE'D Go Back to the Show if The BBC Asked Her


  • Clarkson has not spoken publicly about sacking since news broke in March
  • He today gave 'heartfelt thanks' to fans, saying he would 'miss being there'
  • Rippon, 70, keen to return to show and wants woman in presenting line-up
  • Meanwhile, bosses are reportedly trying to cling onto James May and Richard Hammond

Daily Mail UK, 18 April 2015


Jeremy Clarkson has finally spoken out about his high-profile sacking from Top Gear, saying he would 'miss' fronting the BBC2 show.
Clarkson, 54, who was fired in March after attacking a producer during filming, has not publicly addressed his dismissal, apart from to say that 'everyone's upset'.
But the presenter today gave his 'heartfelt thanks' to those who sent their support in the aftermath of his sacking, saying he would 'miss being there'.

It came as Ms Rippon, 70, who first presented the show 38 years ago, said she would be keen to return to the motoring show if she were invited back.

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Jeremy Clarkson (top) today revealed he would 'miss' fronting Top Gear, as it emerged that former presenter Angela Rippon would be keen to return to the motoring show





Ms Rippon, 70, who first presented the show 38 years ago, said it would be 'great' if she were invited back to front Top Gear



Writing in The Sun, Clarkson said: 'Heartfelt thanks to all those who have written to say how much they will miss me on Top Gear. It's not as much, however, as I'll miss being there.'

Clarkson was dropped by the BBC after an internal investigation found he had launched an 'unprovoked' 30-second physical attack on producer Oisin Tymon because he was offered a plate of cold cuts instead of steak and chips.
The presenter was found to have split the producer's lip and verbally abused him.

Following weeks of speculation over the star's future, Lord Hall, the director-general of the corporation, publicly announced in March that the BBC would not be renewing Clarkson's contract.
He said Clarkson had 'crossed the line' and that 'there cannot be one rule for one and one rule for another'.
Now, with the future of the show still up in the air, former newsreader Ms Rippon said it would be 'great' if she was invited back.

She said: 'It would be great if they said "let's get the old girl back to do the odd film for us". What I did all those years ago is totally different to what they do now.
'If a programme is going to have longevity, which Top Gear has, it has to keep evolving.'
She added that there should be a woman included in the team - because half the drivers on the road are female.

Jodie Kidd, the former model, has already been linked to the show. It also emerged last month that DIY SOS star Nick Knowles could become the new Top Gear presenter because the BBC believe he is a 'safe pair of hands'.








Meanwhile, BBC bosses are said to be desperately trying to hold onto James May (top) and Richard Hammond - Clarkson's co-presenters - for the BBC2 show





Mr May has previously said that the trio 'came as a package', while Hammond - not ruling out a return - said the sacking marked 'the end of an era'



But BBC bosses are reportedly still trying to persuade Richard Hammond and James May to continue with the show, in a bid to cling onto long-term fans.
Although May, 52, and Hammond, 45, have both hinted separately that they do not see a future with Top Gear, both have remained silent on the issue for the past few weeks.

A source said: 'Richard is a TV presenter and this could be his chance to become top dog - he's been on the show a bit longer than James. That is a big opportunity to pass over.'
They added: 'It would be a great shame to lose all the talent in one go - re-booting it from scratch would be a far harder task than replacing one.'

Mr May has previously said that the trio 'came as a package', while Hammond - not ruling out a return - said the sacking marked 'the end of an era'.

But little has been said since the initial reaction to the sacking. Some believe the presenters are remaining silent while waiting for bids from rival channels, which may want to sign up the group as a trio.
All three were on the cusp of signing new three-year deals when the Clarkson fracas unfolded.





Some believe the pair are remaining silent while waiting for bids from rival channels, which may want to snap up the former Top Gear group as a trio


The day after Clarkson's sacking, May gave a big hint that he has no plans to return to Top Gear, suggesting he is to ‘go back to normal life.’
The presenter admitted he was already considering what to do next with his life - and suggested he might even ditch cars to become a teacher.
He said: 'I might want to do something completely different with my life, I'm quite old now. (I might do) something outside of cars, I always wanted to be a teacher.'
He also seemed to confirm speculation that he would leave the top-rating programme, saying: 'We always knew it wasn't going to last forever'.





Clarkson, 54, was sacked after attacking Oisin Tymon in an episode which Lord Hall said had 'crossed the line'



But the BBC's creative director Alan Yentob previously made it clear he wanted May and Hammond to continue presenting the show without Clarkson, despite acknowledging it would be 'perfectly natural' for the pair to have reservations about continuing.

He said: 'It's perfectly natural for them. They are a team they have worked together for a very long time, they are all very attached.
'If Jeremy is not in it and Richard and James are, that needs to be a conversation with them as well. They need to be happy about what's going on and where they think the programme needs to be.'

May fronts several other TV programmes, including the popular James May's Toy Stories, James May's Man Lab and Oz and James' Big Wine Adventure with wine expert Oz Clarke.

Hammond has a successful career as a children’s television host, fronting the second series of National Geographic's Science of Stupid. He also hosted BBC1’s physical game show Total Wipeout and the CBBC series Blast Lab before they were axed.

Clarkson, May and Hammond are scheduled to take part in the live Top Gear shows next month. But the shows have been renamed, without BBC branding.


Earlier this month North Yorkshire Police said that following an investigation Clarkson would face no further police action over his attack on the producer at a hotel.

Clarkson pulled out of his planned appearance hosting BBC satirical show Have I Got News For You, which was due to be filmed next week, and aired a day later.

It would have marked his first BBC appearance since the fracas which led to his departure.


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'The Stig' Vs Team Norway: Winter Rally Challenge
–BBC's 'BRIT'- (aka TOP GEAR), Launch in Norway


18 April 2015


To mark the launch of the BBC's 'BRIT' TV channel: the home of Top Gear across the Nordics from Monday 13th April...

'The Stig', Faceless Driver in TOP GEAR, ( One is Ben Collins - Le Mans & Daytona Racing Driver + British Ex-Marine), visited Holmenkollen to take on a special relay team of Norwegian winter sport champions.



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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May Will Tour Australia in July.
Then South Africa and Norway, With Their New Show:

'Clarkson, Hammond and May Live.'


'I'm Fine, But Jobless': Top Gear Star Jeremy Clarkson Opens Up to Host of Aussie Version of Motor Show Shane Jacobson About His Future Following BBC Axing


Top Gear: BBC Dismantled Set After Jeremy Clarkson Sacking Leaves Show's Future in Doubt

James May and Richard Hammond are Selling Their OWN Motorbikes as Their Future is Uncertain



Daily Mail, 28 April 2015, Australia


He was axed from Top Gear in March following his fracas with a producer over a steak dinner.
But despite the backlash the scandal created, actor and host of the Australian version of the show, Shane Jacobson, reached out to the shamed presenter via text message, to ask how he was coping.



Speaking on the Kyle and Jackie O show on Tuesday, Shane said: 'We have been in contact, mostly by text. But at one point I said, "How are you mate?" And he said, "Fine, I'm just jobless." '

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A helping hand! Shane Jacobson reached out to shamed presenter Jeremy Clarkson via text message to ask how he was coping after news of the Top Gear scandal spread like wildfire across the globe



Despite being given the boot, the 55-year-old broadcaster will travel Down Under with Richard Hammond and James May in July for their tour;

Clarkson, Hammond and May Live.

Speaking about their decision to go ahead with the gigs, Shane - who hosts the shows - said: 'You can't keep a good man down and you can't keep a bad man down either.'
He added: 'There's still an audience for them and the guys certainly haven't given up their love of the motor sport or entertaining, so they wanted to come to Australia.'





Looking up: Despite being given the boot, the 55-year-old broadcaster will travel Down Under with Richard Hammond and James May in July for their tour, Clarkson, Hammond and May Live



The tour was originally named Top Gear Live, but was re-branded following the end of their contracts with the BBC motoring show earlier this year.



The trio will play two indoor shows in Melbourne on July 18 and 19 before moving on to Sydney for their gigs on July 25 and 26.

And Shane has teased that despite the renamed tour, they still have a lot of exciting things lined up for their appearance in Australia.
He said: 'There will still be supercars, there will be all the stuff the guys love and that people expect, obviously. We've also got a thing that I can announce called the carashes, which is going to be a part of the show.

So it's Australia vs England ... think V8 cricket and we're gonna play car rugby.'





New name: The tour was originally named Top Gear Live but was rebranded following the end of their contracts with the BBC motoring show earlier this year






Busy busy! The tour will also see the trio travel to South Africa and Norway - where shows were cancelled while the BBC made their decision on Jeremy's future - and will come to a close at the O2 in London


Asked whether the set in Australia is Clarkson, Hammond and May's goodbye tour, Shane said, 'Truth is, I don't know,' but he went on to add that he hopes it's not the end for them.



The tour will also see the trio travel to South Africa and Norway - where shows were cancelled while the BBC made their decision on Jeremy's future - and will come to a close at the O2 in London.

Jeremy was given the boot from Top Gear after he punched producer Oisin Tymon, 36, during a row over being served cold meat instead of a steak at a hotel in North Yorkshire, England.





Hitting the headlines: Jeremy was given the boot from Top Gear after he punched producer Oisin Tymon, 36, during a row over being served cold meat instead of a steak at a hotel in North Yorkshire, England






James May Doesn't Know if He Will Stay at Top Gear




RIP Top Gear: BBC Dismantled Set After Jeremy Clarkson Sacking Leaves Show's Future in Doubt



James May and Richard Hammond are Selling Their OWN Motorbikes as Top Gear Future Left Uncertain


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Update re: TOP GEAR >NEW Team=Further EPs Cancelled/Delayed +Clarkson Apology

BBC's Lining up New Top Gear Team
-Including Model Jodie Kidd and Life On Mars Actor Philip Glenister


  • Show's bosses are said to be in 'advanced talks' with the prospective trio
  • Line-up also includes Channel 4's Guy Martin, 33, who fronts show 'Speed'
  • Kidd was hotly-tipped as Clarkson's successor but has stayed tight-lipped
  • News reportedly divulged by show's co-creator Andy Wilman over lunch with singer Jamiroquai

Daily Mail UK, 3 May 2015


BBC chiefs have reportedly picked their new dream team line-up for Top Gear, including model Jodie Kidd, Life on Mars actor Philip Glenister and Channel 4 presenter Guy Martin.

The show's bosses, who are desperately trying to secure a new presenting team for the long-running programme, are said to be in 'advanced talks' with the prospective trio.
The news come amid growing speculation over the future of the BBC 2 show, after James May and Richard Hammond appeared to rule out a return without Jeremy Clarkson.








BBC chiefs have reportedly picked their new dream team line-up for Top Gear, including model Jodie Kidd (pictured top) and Life on Mars actor Philip Glenister


The news was divulged by Andy Wilman, the co-creator of the show, who quit last month in the wake of Clarkson's sacking.
He was reportedly overhead describing the new line-up while having lunch with Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay in Sussex.


Kidd, who recently split from Army officer David Blakeley after just four months of marriage, has been a firm favourite to take over the reins since Clarkson was suspended but has so far remained tight-lipped over the speculation.

She owns a number of cars, co-presents The Classic Car Show and famously achieved one of the fastest lap times on Top Gear’s 'Star in a reasonably priced car' segment.





Channel 4 presenter Guy Martin (pictured), who currently presents several series including Speed, is also said to be in the desired final line-up



The 36-year-old was spotted in public with Clarkson last week, when the pair went for lunch together in west London.
Glenister, better known as sexist detective Gene Hunt from Life On Mars and Ashes To Ashes, currently hosts For the Love of Cars on Channel 4, where he restores classic cars with the help of designer Ant Anstead.

Meanwhile, Martin, also presents several series for Channel 4. These include Speed, where he sets out to break unusual speed records, and How Britain Worked, which is a guide to the engineering history of the Industrial Revolution.
His most recent series, Our Guy in India, saw him travel across the country on a Royal Enfield motorbike.

There have been a host of other celebrities linked to the motoring show since it was taken off the air earlier this year.
Radio 2 presenter Chris Evans, Nick Knowles from DIY SOS and actor Steve Coogan are among those who have been tipped as Clarkson's successor.

Last week, May, 52, ruled out claims that they could film the programme with a stand-in for Clarkson.

It came despite calls from the BBC's creative director Alan Yentob for he and Hammond to return to the show without Clarkson.

May said: 'Me and Hammond with a surrogate Jeremy is a non-starter, it just wouldn't work. That would be lame, or "awks" as young people say.
'It has to be the three of us. You can't just put a surrogate Jeremy in and expect it to carry on. It would be forced. I don't believe they would be stupid enough to try that.'

He added: 'It doesn't mean I won't go back - we may all go back in the future. It might just be we have a break from it. I don't know. It would be a bloody tough call to do Top Gear without Jeremy.'

Hammond, 45, also appeared to dispel any such move, tweeting: 'Not about to quit my mates.'


Philip Glenister and Ant Anstead take a Vantage for a test ride;









Jeremy Clarkson was today spotted watching the Chelsea v Crystal Palace match at Stamford Bridge





Kidd, 36, who recently split from her husband, was spotted having lunch with Clarkson last week. She has been hotly-tipped as his successor but has remained tight-lipped



He told reporters at a charity bike rally last month that the future will be 'exciting' for the three men, but refused to speculate further on the future of Top Gear.
He said: 'Everybody knows what's happened. That's all been in the news. The future, nobody knows yet do they?
'And I cannot and won't speculate further than that. So don't know, let's see. It'll be exciting whatever.'

Clarkson was dropped by the BBC after an internal investigation found he had launched an 'unprovoked' 30-second physical attack on producer Oisin Tymon because he was offered a plate of cold cuts instead of steak and chips.
The presenter was found to have split the producer's lip and verbally abused him.


Model Jodie Kidd in trailer for The Classic Car Show;









Jeremy Clarkson reunited with James May and Richard Hammond to work on their arena tour, Clarkson, Hammond & May, in Petersfield, Hampshire on Thursday






Clarkson's former co-presenter James May (left) and Richard Hammond (right) were spotted outside the BBC in London last week.
...But both presenters appear to have ruled out a return to the show without Clarkson


Following weeks of speculation over the star's future, Lord Hall, the director-general of the corporation, publicly announced that the BBC would not be renewing Clarkson's contract.
He said Clarkson, 55, had 'crossed the line' and that 'there cannot be one rule for one and one rule for another'.
All three were on the cusp of signing new three-year deals when the Clarkson fracas unfolded.

Clarkson, May and Hammond are scheduled to take part in the live Top Gear shows next month. But the shows have been renamed as Clarkson, Hammond & May Live, without BBC branding.

The uncertain future of one of the BBC's most popular shows has led to fans to speculate on whether Clarkson, May and Hammond may now start making their own programme for a rival channel.





Clarkson, May and Hammond are scheduled to take part in the live Top Gear shows next month.
But the shows have been renamed as Clarkson, Hammond & May Live, without BBC branding



May on Clarkson sacking: 'The three of us come as a package'


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Update re: TOP GEAR >NEW Team=Further EPs Cancelled/Delayed +Clarkson Apology

Jeremy Clarkson Apologises to Top Gear Producer Oisin Tymon

  • BBC, 25 February 2016


Jeremy Clarkson has apologised to the Top Gear producer he punched after settling a £100,000 racial discrimination and injury claim.


Oisin Tymon launched the action against the presenter and the BBC after a "fracas" last March that left Mr Tymon with a bloody lip.

"I would like to say sorry, once again, to Oisin Tymon for the incident and its regrettable aftermath," Clarkson said.

The presenter was dropped by the BBC following the assault.

Clarkson, 55, added: "I want to reiterate that none of this was in any way his fault.
"I would also like to make it clear that the abuse he has suffered since the incident is unwarranted and I am sorry too that he has had to go through that.

"I am pleased that this matter is now resolved. Oisin was always a creatively exciting part of Top Gear and I wish him every success with his future projects."

Mr Tymon's lawyers said the case had been settled but did not give details of the settlement.
It is understood to be in excess of £100,000 ($140,000), an amount to which both Clarkson and the BBC contributed.

Image caption Oisin Tymon suffered a bloody lip in the 'fracas' The "fracas" took place at a North Yorkshire hotel after Clarkson was told there was no hot food available at the end of a day's shooting on location.

An internal BBC inquiry found Mr Tymon was subjected to an "unprovoked physical and verbal attack" by Clarkson, who called the producer "lazy" and "Irish" and used a four-letter expletive in the exchange.



At the time of the attack, Mr Tymon told police he did not wish to press charges. In the days following he was the subject of sustained abuse on social media for his involvement in the dispute.


After Clarkson was dropped by the BBC, his Top Gear co-presenters James May and Richard Hammond also left the corporation.

"The action involving Mr Tymon has been concluded," said Mr Tymon's lawyer, Paul Daniels.
"Oisin is keen to put the matter behind him now that it has been brought to a close. Oisin greatly appreciates all of the support he has received, including from the BBC."


"We are pleased that matters have now been resolved," said the BBC in a statement.

"Oisin is a valued member of the BBC who behaved with huge integrity in dealing with the very difficult circumstances last year - a situation in which, as Tony Hall has stated, he was completely blameless.
"Oisin has made an important contribution to the BBC in his 12 years with us, and we hope to see him continue to realise his potential in his role as a development executive.
"We believe Oisin has a very exciting future at the BBC."

Clarkson, May and Hammond have since signed up to launch a rival motoring show on Amazon's streaming TV service.

Chris Evans is currently filming a new series of Top Gear with a new line-up of presenters that includes Matt LeBlanc and Eddie Jordan.

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Update re: TOP GEAR>NEW Team DISGRACED=EPs Delayed>Clarkson Celebrates

'Control Freak' Chris Evans' 'Dictatorial Behaviour on Top Gear Set Forced YET Another Producer To Quit..
- AND He DIDN'T Want to Hire Matt Le Blanc'...

  • Chris Evans's 'control freak' behaviour reportedly forced Lisa Clark to quit
  • It has also been claimed that he didn't want Matt Le Blanc as a presenter
  • The show's first episode has been delayed again until May 22
  • The BBC has declined to comment on the allegations and said it's 'gossip'
Daily Mail UK, 28 February 2016


Chris Evans's 'control freak' and 'dictatorial behaviour' on Top Gear reportedly forced the new producer to quit and led to the delay of the relaunch.

It has also been claimed that he questioned the idea of having former Friends star Matt Le Blanc on the show.

The new production was thrown into a 'certain amount of disarray' after the show's executive producer Lisa Clark in December.

Today, it has emerged that Clark, felt her position had become untenable after warning Evans that filming on the series was behind schedule.

A source told The Sun UK :

'Evans didn't normally turn up to a lot of meetings, but at this one he said he had completed some footage with Jenson Button.


'Lisa replied, "Yes but we need to make more than 30 films. It's not enough". He shot her a look for undermining him and she was soon gone.'


She was hired following the departure of Andy Wilman, who will join the old Top Gear presenting line-up of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on their new Amazon motoring show.


In a statement announcing her departure in December, she said: 'After an extremely busy five months I am moving on from Top Gear to new projects which I will be announcing in the new year.

'I'd like to wish production all the very best with the show.'


At the time, a BBC statement said:

'We'd like to thank Lisa for all her incredible work over the last five months readying new Top Gear for its busy filming schedule in 2016 and planned return in May.'






The new production was thrown into a 'certain amount of disarray' after the show's executive producer Lisa Clark quit in December 2015
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It has been said that Clark had suggested Le Blanc as a new presenter, but Evans didn't seem keen on the idea.

The source said: 'It was Lisa who suggested Matt, but Evans' reply was, "He's old hat, what do we want him for?".'


When contacted by MailOnline the BBC declined to comment on what they described as 'gossip'.





LeBlanc, left, and Evans, right, raced to Blackpool in a pair of three-wheeled Renault Rialtos from the 1980s







Filming on the new BBC Top Gear featuring Chris Evans, left, Matt LeBlanc, right, have been hit by delays which has forced the team to abandon the planned original transmission date of 8 May


Yesterday it was revealed that the team will broadcast the first show featuring the new line up on May 22.

BBC bosses had hoped the new eight-episode series would be premiered on May 8, but this date has been abandoned.


However, due to 'filming difficulties',
they have been forced to reduce the length of the series from eight episodes to just six.



Evans announced the May 8 target date while appearing on BBC One Saturday Kitchen in November.
But within weeks, he was hit with the loss of his executive producer Clark.

A spokesman for the BBC said: 'We never confirm scheduling details this far out and we won't be for Top Gear.

'We've always said we were working towards a May transmission for Top Gear and further detail on the transmission date and series structure will follow nearer the time.'





Evans and LeBlanc completed their first road trip to Blackpool UK, while the previous hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond jetted off to Barbados to film an episode of their new Amazon Prime show


Following his first couple of days filming with new co-star Matt LeBlanc, Evans said they were the: 'modern style odd couple'.

The pair have just completed their first challenge for the BBC show - a UK v USA race from London to Blackpool in Reliant Rialtos, emblazoned with their respective country's flags.

LeBlanc hinted that another task would see the pair 'in the woods, testing a couple of icons'.

Evans said he wanted LeBlanc, best known, as an actor for playing Joey Tribbiani in Friends for 10 years, to join the Top Gear team because 'he loves his cars'.

He said: 'He knows so much about his cars, he's a brilliant driver and he's a world star, and that's very important for Top Gear.
'Also the transatlantic connection, we are very much like a modern style odd couple, completely different on first impressions but actually we've got an awful lot in common.'





During the race, LeBlanc's car, centre, broke down on the trip north and had to be towed away
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UPDATE:

Need a Spare Tyre? Not a Problem for Jeremy Clarkson As He Shows Off His Flabby Figure on Caribbean Jaunt With Top Gear Pals


Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond in the Caribbean
The trio were there to record their new Amazon Prime motoring show
They appeared to be making the most of the show’s £160million budget

Daily Mail UK, 29 February 2016


With the punch incident behind him, a rather more pressing matter for Jeremy Clarkson seems to be...

He sported an impressive appearance – with his former Top Gear co-hosts while filming in the Caribbean.

So with the drama finally behind him, the shirtless star enjoyed the sun in a pair of blue patterned shorts as he joined Richard Hammond and James May in Barbados to record their new Amazon Prime motoring show.

It came days after the 55-year-old referred to himself as ‘a 6ft 5in beluga whale with idiotic tanlines’.

And the trio appeared to be making the most of the show’s £160million budget, with one source claiming it was more like a ‘lads’ holiday’ as they rode hover boards and jet skis.


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With the punch incident behind him, a rather more pressing matter for Jeremy Clarkson seems to be...

He sported an impressive appearance – with his former Top Gear co-hosts while filming in the Caribbean.


So with the drama finally behind him, the shirtless star enjoyed the sun in a pair of blue patterned shorts as he joined Richard Hammond and James May in Barbados to record their new Amazon Prime motoring show.

It came days after the 55-year-old referred to himself as ‘a 6ft 5in beluga whale with idiotic tanlines’.

And the trio appeared to be making the most of the show’s £160million budget:





The old Top Gear crew, Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, shot their as yet untitled new series in tropical Barbados

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Breaking News TOP GEAR EX-Hosts REVEAL New Show =The Grand Tour

TOP GEAR Jeremy Clarkson/Richard Hammond/James May's New Show >The Grand Tour

17 May 2016


It has been announced that Amazon’s new motoring show starring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will be called The Grand Tour.








The former Top Gear presenters thanked fans for taking the time to send in their suggestions for the name, which they said were “much appreciated”.



Jeremy Clarkson said “Thing is, we’ll be travelling the world hosting each episode in a different country, from a giant tent. It’s a sort of ‘grand tour’, if you like. So we’ve decided to call it The Grand Tour.”

Richard Hammond said “I already love camping. We are like our pioneering and prospecting forebears, sallying forth into a new frontier of broadcasting, and making our home where…”

Jay Marine, vp of Amazon Video Europe said "Well, that took a while. After nine months of deep thought, debate and deliberation, the guys have come up with a name that reflects the global ambition of the new show. The Grand Tour will be one of the most anticipated TV launches ever."

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Mad, Bad... and Totally Brilliant:
>>> Clarkson's New Show Makes the BBC's Top Gear Look Like a Burnt-Out Old Banger.



Shhh. Listen carefully. Can you hear it? That strange, grating sound like nails on a blackboard. I wonder: what could it possibly be?.....


I’ll tell you. It’s the collective gnashing of teeth.

The furious grinding of executive enamel as the powers that be at the BBC realise what a monumental mistake they made when they ‘lost’ Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear.

Now, after months of waiting, he has his revenge. The Grand Tour, Clarkson’s new Amazon Prime show, launched on Thursday night at 11.30pm.

And...like its controversial presenter, it pulled no punches.

Daily Mail UK, 19 November 2016






The Grand Tour, Clarkson’s new Amazon Prime show, launched on Thursday night at 11.30pm. And, like its controversial presenter, it pulled no punches.





The powers that be at the BBC surely realise what a monumental mistake they made when they ‘lost’ the team from Top Gear





This is rock’n’roll TV at its very best. Electrifying, life-affirming, liberating. And above all, bold




It began with Clarkson stepping out of New Broadcasting House for the last time, like a naughty schoolboy whose antics had finally got him expelled.

Under a cold, grey sky, he glances upwards at the clouds bucketing down a dismal future on his head.

Resigned to his fate, he hands back his BBC pass to the doorman, then opens his umbrella against the downpour.


But what’s this? Instead of heading home to a spiral of drink and depression, we follow our man to the airport, where he boards a flight to . . . Los Angeles, city of dreams. And what a dream it is. Out of the terminal, into the bright Californian sunshine and straight to an underground garage to collect the hire car.

Only in place of the usual lump of anonymous grey metal . . . a shiny blue, massively powerful Mustang.

The pathos builds as, to the opening strains of Johnny Nash’s 1972 hit, I Can See Clearly Now The Rain Has Gone, he steers towards the open road. Subtle it ain’t, but then when did Clarkson ever do subtle?

On the freeway, he glances into his mirror and a smile lights up his crabby old face: behind him, in red and white Mustangs, are James May and Richard Hammond, his beaming co-conspirators.
They exchange a few knowing glances — and they’re off, speeding towards the desert in convoy like a motorised Union Jack.

As they head into the shimmering heat they are joined by a fleet of Mad Max style vehicles, from vintage Fords to futuristic fantasies, from truckers to bikers, engines revving, plumes of dust rising up behind them.

Like some Messiah of the internal combustion engine, Clarkson leads them to the assembled faithful, a crowd of revellers at the Burning Man Festival. A fly-past of jets roars overhead. And as the music fades he and his compadres take to the stage, turning to face the delighted audience.





Clarkson glances into his mirror and a smile lights up his crabby old face: behind him, in red and white Mustangs, are James May and Richard Hammond, his beaming co-conspirators





For years Clarkson has been vilified by the politically correct thought police, tolerated at the BBC only by dint of his popularity





I dread to think what the insurance premiums must be with explosions like this a fairly regular occurence



Talk about making an entrance. This is rock’n’roll TV at its very best. Electrifying, life-affirming, liberating. And above all, bold.

Because even though they’re being paid a fortune, even though Amazon is a global corporation that avoids tax like the rest of them, it feels like, amid the smoke and gasoline, they’re putting two fingers up to the Establishment.

For years Clarkson has been vilified by the politically correct thought police, tolerated at the BBC only by dint of his popularity — baffling to the metropolitan management — and his ability to pull in the ratings. When he left, it was seen as a long time coming.

No doubt those who rejoiced at his departure will see his return as a toxic throwback.

In fact it’s much worse than that — from their point of view, at least. Because The Grand Tour is mad, bad . . . and totally brilliant. It makes Top Gear — whether with Chris Evans or Matt LeBlanc — look like a burnt-out old banger.

Think the old Clarkson Top Gear, only with no brakes at all. And a much, much bigger budget. And helicopters. And tyre-screeching, rubber-burning, spark-flying explosions. I dread to think what the insurance premiums must be.

As to the banter, it’s naughtier, ruder and funnier than before.

‘The good thing is it’s very unlikely I’m going to be fired by anyone now because we’re on the internet,’ says Clarkson. ‘Which means I could pleasure a horse.’



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MOTORMOUTHS... IN THEIR OWN WORDS


‘He’s basically a shaved ape in a shirt. And he — technically — is the only one of us never to be fired by anyone.’ - Hammond on Clarkson

‘James May, the world’s slowest human being, has been caught speeding. Richard and I were astonished.' - Clarkson, before revealing May was caught driving at 37 mph on a 30 mph road

‘This was boring me to death. It was like being stuck in a Victorian women’s novel. This is a missionary position car.’ - Clarkson on driving Hammond’s Porsche

‘This week you are all Americans. This is a bit of a problem, you see, because we only speak English.' - Clarkson to his U.S. audience

‘Grown adults have taken to riding around the city on children’s toys. I think they’re called “bicycles” — is that the right word?’ - Clarkson’s opinion of cyclists
‘Where I come from, this isn’t a car. It’s a cry for help.’- The Grand Tour’s new American NASCAR racing driver, Mike Skinner
  • Amazon paid nearly £4.5 million per show, ten times the cost of a Top Gear episode.
  • Clarkson’s reported annual salary is £10 million, making him the UK’s highest-paid TV star.
  • The cost of destroying 20 G-Wiz electric cars in a game of Battleships was £200,000. They were used as missiles.




‘The good thing is it’s very unlikely I’m going to be fired by anyone now because we’re on the internet,’ says Clarkson





It feels like, amid the smoke and gasoline, they’re putting two fingers up to the Establishment





One always sensed that the BBC was rather embarrassed about the huge popularity of Top Gear (350 million global viewers at its peak)



This petrol-guzzling, guns-blazing Grand Tour is taken round the world — next stop Johannesburg — and the studio in the first episode looks like a circus tent.

‘We’re going to be like gypsies . . . only insured,’ quips Clarkson. May and Hammond, too, are on top form, and seem to have discovered a new assertiveness, albeit within the context of the trio’s well-worn dynamics.

More importantly, there is a true feeling of joyful escapism here, a sense of liberation. In fact, this is what they should have called it instead of the rather vanilla Grand Tour: Clarkson Unchained. Because that’s what it is.

And there is a confidence the original Top Gear never quite managed, even at its best. One always sensed that the BBC was rather embarrassed about the huge popularity of Top Gear (350 million global viewers at its peak).

Perhaps that was because a show about cars is so fundamentally at odds with the Left-leaning ethos of the Corporation. Especially the kind of super-fast, super-expensive monsters favoured by this lot.

The Grand Tour is car porn in a way that the BBC could never have countenanced.

In this opening show alone we have a McLaren, a Porsche and a Ferrari ‘hypercar’ — and green, eco ones at that — pitted against each other on the track, and also driven by not one but two experts, the Belgian Formula 1 driver Jerome D’Ambrosio and a down-and-dirty American called Mike Skinner.
The latter is brilliant, a star in the making, the Stig if he were on steroids and hailed from Texas.

‘This thing wouldn’t pull a greasy string out of a dog’s ass,’ he growls as he puts millions of pounds worth of supercar through its paces.
It is thrilling, funny, deliciously badly behaved and properly exhilarating. And it’s something else: it’s bang on the zeitgeist.






There is a confidence the original Top Gear never quite managed, even at its best





It is thrilling, funny, deliciously badly behaved and properly exhilarating. And it’s something else: it’s bang on the zeitgeist


If the political events of 2016 have taught us anything, it’s that ordinary people have had enough.

Enough of being lectured to by a rarified elite, enough of being vilified and ridiculed because the things they think and say and do are not the things the Establishment wants them to think and say and do.

Through the EU referendum and the U.S. Presidential election, these people, the ‘deplorables’ as Hillary Clinton likes to call them, have found their voice.

And it is, in many ways, the voice of Jeremy Clarkson. The voice of someone who is not a paragon of virtue — but neither is he a villain.
He is just an ordinary bloke who makes mistakes and gets things wrong, who loses his temper if he doesn’t get a hot dinner and sometimes (well, all right, rather a lot) says the wrong thing.

His fans, are I suspect, the same people who confounded the pollsters here in the UK and across America. In some ways, Clarkson is the Donald Trump of the television world: an outspoken maverick that no one really took too seriously — and who finds himself holding the reins of power.

In Clarkson’s case the BBC disapproves of him, >> the more the people love him.

Looks like leaving the Beeb was the best thing that ever happened to him.
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Good on him, never thought he wouldn't have just disappeared but had to make a big point back at BBC.somehow somewhere..

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