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Top Gear: BIBLE Ragga-rapping Kurupt FM presenting on Top Gear. This should happen every week 😂 The brand new series returns, February 17
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Kurupt FM presenting on Top Gear. This should happen every week 😂 The brand new series returns, February 17

Kurupt FM presenting on Top Gear. This should happen every week 😂 The brand new series returns, February 17

Top Gear: HH NEWS Ahead of series 24 of Top Gear, we caught up with presenter Rory Reid to throw a bunch of questions at him from ourselves and you guys. Here's What he had to say! Via @carthrottlenews - CT: We’re just a few weeks away from your second series on Top Gear. How does it feel this time around compared to your TG debut? - RR: I would say cautiously I feel optimisitic. Last year I was involved as a kind of lone wolf, because I was drafted in to do individual reviews of cars, and I only featured in four out of the six episodes. So this season, I’m part of a team of three core presenters, I’ll be in every single episode, and I’ll also work with our contributors Eddie Jordan and Sabine Schmitz. The level involvement is much greater from my side. I’ve had much more input into this series, so all things considered, I’m very much optimistic. - CT: We enjoyed seeing yourself and Harris in Extra Gear last series. Will that still be a thing in series 24? - RR: Extra Gear is coming back next season, I won’t be hosting it and neither will Chris - we have a new host. The guy’s name is George Lewis, he’s a very funny comedian, and Chris and myself will be alongside George, revealing behind-the-scenes content. Chris will take a closer look at the cars featured in the main show with a hot lap like he did before, and there’ll be some specially shot films that are exclusive to Extra Gear. - CT: How will the celebrity guest segment work this time around? We’ve heard rumours a Toyota GT86 might be involved… - RR: There will be celebrities as always, but the way they’re incorporated will change. We want the celebrity guest to be weaved throughout the show. They’re also going to be taught how to drive their lap by The Stig and by Chris Harris. I don’t think I can tell you about the car… - CT: Can you tell us at least that the Mini has gone? - RR: I will reveal that there is a change to the track. I can confirm that the rallycross track has gone, and we’ll be returning to the normal track. So it would make sense not to have a rally-prepared car, let’s put it like that… - To find out what Rory thought of Chris Evans and what segments we should look out for in the new series, head over to carthrottle.com to see the full interview!
Top Gear: HH NEWS
 Ahead of series 24 of Top Gear, we
 caught up with presenter Rory Reid to
 throw a bunch of questions at him
 from ourselves and you guys. Here's
 What he had to say!
Via @carthrottlenews - CT: We’re just a few weeks away from your second series on Top Gear. How does it feel this time around compared to your TG debut? - RR: I would say cautiously I feel optimisitic. Last year I was involved as a kind of lone wolf, because I was drafted in to do individual reviews of cars, and I only featured in four out of the six episodes. So this season, I’m part of a team of three core presenters, I’ll be in every single episode, and I’ll also work with our contributors Eddie Jordan and Sabine Schmitz. The level involvement is much greater from my side. I’ve had much more input into this series, so all things considered, I’m very much optimistic. - CT: We enjoyed seeing yourself and Harris in Extra Gear last series. Will that still be a thing in series 24? - RR: Extra Gear is coming back next season, I won’t be hosting it and neither will Chris - we have a new host. The guy’s name is George Lewis, he’s a very funny comedian, and Chris and myself will be alongside George, revealing behind-the-scenes content. Chris will take a closer look at the cars featured in the main show with a hot lap like he did before, and there’ll be some specially shot films that are exclusive to Extra Gear. - CT: How will the celebrity guest segment work this time around? We’ve heard rumours a Toyota GT86 might be involved… - RR: There will be celebrities as always, but the way they’re incorporated will change. We want the celebrity guest to be weaved throughout the show. They’re also going to be taught how to drive their lap by The Stig and by Chris Harris. I don’t think I can tell you about the car… - CT: Can you tell us at least that the Mini has gone? - RR: I will reveal that there is a change to the track. I can confirm that the rallycross track has gone, and we’ll be returning to the normal track. So it would make sense not to have a rally-prepared car, let’s put it like that… - To find out what Rory thought of Chris Evans and what segments we should look out for in the new series, head over to carthrottle.com to see the full interview!

Via @carthrottlenews - CT: We’re just a few weeks away from your second series on Top Gear. How does it feel this time around compared to...

Top Gear: Best Top Gear moment ever? f1 michaelschumacher keepfightingmichael
Top Gear: Best Top Gear moment ever? f1 michaelschumacher keepfightingmichael

Best Top Gear moment ever? f1 michaelschumacher keepfightingmichael

Top Gear: Acredika Nisso? The Walking Dead é eleita a pior série de 2016, segundo jornalistas O/ACREDITANISS00FICIAL O OACREDITANIsso @AcreditaNisso? Apenas DonaldTrump foi pior do que TheWalkingDead em 2016. Essa é a conclusão da equipe da revista Variety, uma das mais respeitadas do mundo do entretenimento dos Estados Unidos, em um balanço da TV neste ano. Os jornalistas destrincharam os problemas da sétima temporada da atração e foram taxativos: "A série brinca com seus fãs, que merecem melhor [qualidade]". A Variety destacou uma das principais críticas feitas à série, que repete a maneira de contar uma história desde a estreia. "[Em qualquer temporada] O telespectador vive em um loop narrativo igual a Westworld. O grupo de sobreviventes encontra uma nova comunidade, liderada por um vilão, e ele atormenta as pessoas uma a uma", afirma a revista. O veredicto dos jornalistas foi tão cruel quanto Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), o novo carrasco da trama, apresentado neste ano. "Cortar cabeças apenas por esporte é uma substituição preguiçosa a uma narrativa verdadeira ou desenvolvimento [da jornada] dos personagens. A equipe da Variety fez um ranking com os 12 piores acontecimentos da TV norte-americana em 2016. Confira o ranking completo do pior da TV em 2016, de acordo com a Variety: . 1) Donald Trump; 2) The Walking Dead (Fox); 3) Programas sobre JonBenét Ramsey; 4) Entrevista do nadador Ryan Lochte no programa The Today Show; 5) Crisis in Six Scenes (Amazon); 6) The 100 (Warner); 7) Vinyl (HBO); 8) Top Gear; 9) Chelsea (Netflix); 10) Roadies; 11) Notorious e Conviction; 12) Arquivo X (Fox). . Fonte: UOL . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM)
Top Gear: Acredika
 Nisso?
 The Walking Dead é eleita a
 pior série de 2016, segundo
 jornalistas
 O/ACREDITANISS00FICIAL
 O OACREDITANIsso
@AcreditaNisso? Apenas DonaldTrump foi pior do que TheWalkingDead em 2016. Essa é a conclusão da equipe da revista Variety, uma das mais respeitadas do mundo do entretenimento dos Estados Unidos, em um balanço da TV neste ano. Os jornalistas destrincharam os problemas da sétima temporada da atração e foram taxativos: "A série brinca com seus fãs, que merecem melhor [qualidade]". A Variety destacou uma das principais críticas feitas à série, que repete a maneira de contar uma história desde a estreia. "[Em qualquer temporada] O telespectador vive em um loop narrativo igual a Westworld. O grupo de sobreviventes encontra uma nova comunidade, liderada por um vilão, e ele atormenta as pessoas uma a uma", afirma a revista. O veredicto dos jornalistas foi tão cruel quanto Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), o novo carrasco da trama, apresentado neste ano. "Cortar cabeças apenas por esporte é uma substituição preguiçosa a uma narrativa verdadeira ou desenvolvimento [da jornada] dos personagens. A equipe da Variety fez um ranking com os 12 piores acontecimentos da TV norte-americana em 2016. Confira o ranking completo do pior da TV em 2016, de acordo com a Variety: . 1) Donald Trump; 2) The Walking Dead (Fox); 3) Programas sobre JonBenét Ramsey; 4) Entrevista do nadador Ryan Lochte no programa The Today Show; 5) Crisis in Six Scenes (Amazon); 6) The 100 (Warner); 7) Vinyl (HBO); 8) Top Gear; 9) Chelsea (Netflix); 10) Roadies; 11) Notorious e Conviction; 12) Arquivo X (Fox). . Fonte: UOL . SIGAM-ME OS BONS 👉 @Nandinhatw (ADM)

@AcreditaNisso? Apenas DonaldTrump foi pior do que TheWalkingDead em 2016. Essa é a conclusão da equipe da revista Variety, uma das mais...

Top Gear: HH NEWS James May Reckons He And Clarkson Will Be "Too Old" To Make The Grand Tour In Five Years Via @carthrottlenews - Any Top Gear-Grand Tour fan must have had this thought in the back of their head at some point: how long can the trio realistically continue? Will Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May still be making car films in 10 years or more? Perhaps not, judging by recent comments from May. - Speaking to the Radio Times, the 53-year-old said: “We have to accept that fairly soon we will be too old for it. Richard Hammond is a reasonably fit bloke who looks after himself, me and Jeremy aren’t. - He added: “Jeremy is particularly decrepit and I find growing within me…a much stronger, nesty sort of instinct. Within the next five years I don’t want to be fart-arsing around.” - Given the demands of filming around the world and the “fart-arsing around” May speaks of, you’d have to say fair enough to that. At 46 Richard Hammond is 10 years younger than the eldest of the trio - Clarkson - and as May alluded, not quite so unfit and “decrepit”. - So, if Clarkson and May did ‘retire’ in five year’s time, would that effectively end The Grand Tour? Could it still continue with Hammond and a pair of replacements for the other two? There is of course the possibility that the elder pair would continue to create studio-based segments, leaving Hammond and perhaps a couple others (Rory Reid and Chris Harris poached from Top Gear, perhaps?) to be sent out to do the more intensive stuff. - Or perhaps the duo will continue for many years more, rendering all that extreme speculation pointless. What do you think?
Top Gear: HH NEWS
 James May Reckons He And Clarkson Will
 Be "Too Old" To Make The Grand Tour In Five
 Years
Via @carthrottlenews - Any Top Gear-Grand Tour fan must have had this thought in the back of their head at some point: how long can the trio realistically continue? Will Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May still be making car films in 10 years or more? Perhaps not, judging by recent comments from May. - Speaking to the Radio Times, the 53-year-old said: “We have to accept that fairly soon we will be too old for it. Richard Hammond is a reasonably fit bloke who looks after himself, me and Jeremy aren’t. - He added: “Jeremy is particularly decrepit and I find growing within me…a much stronger, nesty sort of instinct. Within the next five years I don’t want to be fart-arsing around.” - Given the demands of filming around the world and the “fart-arsing around” May speaks of, you’d have to say fair enough to that. At 46 Richard Hammond is 10 years younger than the eldest of the trio - Clarkson - and as May alluded, not quite so unfit and “decrepit”. - So, if Clarkson and May did ‘retire’ in five year’s time, would that effectively end The Grand Tour? Could it still continue with Hammond and a pair of replacements for the other two? There is of course the possibility that the elder pair would continue to create studio-based segments, leaving Hammond and perhaps a couple others (Rory Reid and Chris Harris poached from Top Gear, perhaps?) to be sent out to do the more intensive stuff. - Or perhaps the duo will continue for many years more, rendering all that extreme speculation pointless. What do you think?

Via @carthrottlenews - Any Top Gear-Grand Tour fan must have had this thought in the back of their head at some point: how long can the t...