James May a presenter on BBC’s Top Gear alongside Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond broke the world record for the longest slot car-racing track. The record attempt was filmed for a series called James May’s Toy Stories on BBC2 later this year. More pictures after the jump. Continue reading “James May World’s Longest Scalextric Track”
In this episode of Top Gear, you will see the ex-Formula One driver Mika Häkkinen. Mika Häkkinen trains Top Gear’s very own Captain Slow, James May, how to drive at high speeds on a loose surface in Finland. Video after the jump. Continue reading “Top Gear: Mika Häkkinen teaches Captain Slow to Drive”
It seems like a long show, here comes the part 4, the Top Gear Supercars Do France. In this part 4 of 4, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May take 3 supercars – the Pagani Zonda, the Ferrari F430 and the Ford GT – to France’s Millau Bridge. Part 1 | 2 | 3. Video after the break. Continue reading “Top Gear: Supercars do France (part 4)”
Here comes the part 3 of Top Gear’s Supercars Do France.
“the trio head to the underground car park to continue their super car road trip [and] are are faced with the difficult task of trying to fit them into their cars, with boot space a rare commodity.”
Check out part one and part two. Video after the jump. Continue reading “Top Gear: Supercars do France (part 3)”
Hey guys, continue the part II of the Top Gear’s Supercars Do France challenge.
“Jeremy, Richard and James enter the bustling streets of Paris and straight into the Arc de Triomphe, where the traffic ensures mild panic and stress from each of them.”
For those who missed part I, please click here. Video after the jump. Continue reading “Top Gear: Supercars do France (part 2)”