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Here's A Tiny First Look At Top Gear's 2014 Christmas Special

Video: Remember when Top Gear went to Argentina and were subsequently chased out of the country? Well, soon you’ll be able to watch it. Here’s a tiny sneak peek.

Top Gear Spotted In Australia's Top End

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Looks like the next season of Top Gear will feature the grumpiest men in motoring visiting Australia’s Northern Territory for an epic Down Under road trip.

Top Gear Crew Violently Chased Out Of Argentina

Top Gear — the motoring show millions love and millions others love to hate — had a hell of a time last week. The hosts and the crew were reportedly chased out of Argentina by an angry mob of protestors after what started as a pretty insensitive joke delivered via a Jeremy Clarkson novelty license plate. Details are beginning to emerge over the conflict, and it sounds downright terrifying.

Jeremy Clarkson Is Staying On At Top Gear, Unless He Is Eaten By Wild Dogs

Jeremy Clarkson is not leaving Top Gear any time soon. Not by choice, at least. Writing in the latest issue of the worldwide hit TV show’s companion magazine, Clarkson says that there is nothing stopping him from sticking around at the BBC until the start of Top Gear‘s 22nd season.

Bungee Jumping In A F1 Car Seems Like A Crazy Thing To Do

Here’s video from Top Gear showing the Stig making a 300 foot bungee jump while strapped inside a F1 car. It’s exhilarating and completely nuts but must have been so ridiculously fun to do. Sometimes, just bungee jumping or just driving an F1 car isn’t enough. You gotta do both at the same time.

James May's Cars Of The People Is On Foxtel Tonight

Are you feeling the effects of the Top Gear drought? There’s a few other shows that should catch your attention. One of those is Cars Of The People, TG host James May’s look at cars that changed the world, built for the people by the people (or sometimes by power-hungry dictators).

BBC Undertaking Sweeping Investigation Into 'Top Gear' Because Jeremy Clarkson: Report

Top Gear and its host, Jeremy Clarkson, are no strangers to controversy with gaffes involving racism, sexism and other negative -isms making their way into the public eye over the years. The British Broadcasting Corporation which produces and televises Top Gear has now had enough of the shenanigans, and is reportedly undertaking a massive review into the culture behind the scenes on the show, with a primary focus on the antics of Clarkson.

World's Best Top Gear Forum Hit With DMCA Notice To Take Down Links To Episodes

If you’ve ever wanted to stream an episode of Top Gear, Top Gear Australia or Top Gear US online, you’ve probably swung by the FinalGear forums. As of last week, however, the website will no longer be linking to episodes of the world’s favourite car show following a takedown notice under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

A Top Gear Presenter Is Buying An Electric BMW

A Ferrari-owning presenter from the world’s most famous car show is buying an electric car. To be fair, it’s just the one you’d expect: James May, who famously also owns a little Fiat Panda, is buying one of BMW’s environmentally friendly, planet-saving recycled i3 runabouts.

Jeremy Clarkson On His 'Last Warning' At The BBC

Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson doesn’t have a reputation as the most tactful individual on Earth. He’s notorious for saying stupid things, and people are often silly enough to be offended by them. Clarkson’s bosses at the BBC aren’t laughing, however, with a new report saying that the motoring presenter is on his “last warning” with the broadcaster after his latest racial episode.