We have rounded the corner on another week in the off-season of The Grand Tour, and while some of us are passing the time watching the new season of Top Gear, there are many who don’t care to watch Joey and Friends and are instead waiting patiently for any and all news concerning Jeremy, James, and Richard. Who knows, maybe some Season 2 news will drop out of nowhere (not likely anytime soon)!
As we twiddle our thumbs for new information, let’s instead take a look back at what happened this week. For those who don’t want to scroll through a bunch of pages, we will compile all the important news of the week right here in an easy to read post. Feel free to click on each title to get the full story. Enjoy!
The argument will probably go on forever until Top gear is actually canceled, but GQ (yes, that GQ) had some words to say about Top Gear and their decision to soldier on without Jeremy, James, and Richard.
Is there anything better than watching James May and Richard Hammond building Legos? Yes, that in itself may be entertaining enough, but why not toss in a bottle of “Not Vodka” into the mix? Fun times for all.
Hey guys, Happy April Fools! Come on, this was totally believable, right?
The Ford GT was not exactly a slow car to begin with, but as with most things, it could always be faster. Like 2500 WHP, 293.6 MPH faster. As you’ll soon see, it’s been kind of a week for ridiculously overpowered mods.
In this jaunt down memory lane, we take a look at Jeremy’s first ever appearance on Top Gear way back in 1988. Pay special attention to the hair, since it deserves some special recognition.
Captain Slow, Or Mister Slowly as he is known throughout some parts of the world, does love his Ferraris. Could he actually be too fast, too furious? Nah…
Yes, Richard is fine. Yes, his crash may have been a tad overblown. And in case you don’t believe us, here’s a piece on him enjoying a night out with his daughter.
Part 2 of our “Ridiculously Overpowered Vehicles” segment features this 4,000 HP Corvette on a drag strip. Spoiler alert: it can fly…though not gracefully, mind you.
This news shouldn’t come as too huge of a shock for fans of the show, but Thr Geand Tour is one of Amazon’s top two most popular shows, sharing that honor with the excellent The Man In the High Castle.
Ah Subaru,the king of off road shenangians (Mitsubishi fanboys are boiling over right about now). I love watching your cars do their thing. It’s like automotive ballet with a lot of dirt.
We wrap up our week in review with Part 3 of the monstrously overpowered vehicles, this time coming in the form of an 800 HP quad-turbo V12 powered Toyota 86. Because why not?