Jeremy Clarkson has claimed he was offered a return to Top Gear but had to turn it down as "too much has gone on" since he left the show.Read the full story ›
Chris Evans has said Jeremy Clarkson was among the first to congratulate him on his new role on Top Gear.
But what do you this of his appointment? Is he the right man for the job?
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Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson and his former colleagues James May and Richard Hammond have given their reaction to Chris Evans revealing he is working on a "secret Top Gear film" on Tuesday and will "see how it goes".
Next week, I'm doing a pilot Radio 2 breakfast show with an independent production company. We'll see how it goes.
Next week I'm doing a pilot of The Two Show on Fridays with an independent production company. We'll see how it goes
I'm working on a new TV idea, with an independent production company, called TFI Thursday. We'll see how it goes.
Chris Evans has revealed he is making a "secret Top Gear film" and will "see how it goes".Read the full story ›
Top Gear could be heading for more trouble after Ofcom confirmed it was investigating a complaint over the use of the word "pikey".Read the full story ›
Jeremy Clarkson has written about how much he will miss hosting Top Gear and thanked fans for their support after he was sacked from the popular motoring show following a 'fracas' with a producer.
The presenter has not spoken publicly about being axed by the BBC, other than to say that "everybody's upset", but in his column in the Sun newspaper today, Clarkson briefly mentioned the incident.
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.
Broadcaster Sue Perkins has been forced to quit Twitter after being bombarded with abuse following claims she would front Top Gear.Read the full story ›
Two of the newly out-of-work Top Gear presenters are selling off 12 motorbikes from their collections.
With a combined estimated value of up to £65,600, James May and Richard Hammond look set to recoup some of the losses from the demise of their BBC show when the bikes go under the hammer with Bonhams later this month.
However, they've been quick to deny any link between their employment status and the sale.
“Just because I’m unemployed now doesn’t mean I have to get rid of everything,” said May, who's selling eight cars. “I was going to sell these bikes anyway. And those paintings, and my collection of Scalextric cars. Honest”.
"I also have a canoe, and some Wharfedale hi-fi speakers, if anyone’s interested,” Hammond quipped.
A collection of bikes belonging to Top Gear stars Richard Hammond and James May are to go under the hammer later this month.Read the full story ›
It has been confirmed that the 2015 world tour of top Gear Live will go ahead, renamed Clarkson, Hammond and May Live.Read the full story ›