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#250
Re:Great Clarkson Quotes 7 Years ago  
Judge acquits Lamborghini 95mph speeder… because he likes Top Gear

AN AUSTRALIAN MECHANIC enjoyed a lucky judicial escape – when the judge dealing with his speeding offence turned out to be a diehard fan of Top Gear and decided there was no way for a police car to judge his speed.

Leone Magistro (53) was driving at an alleged 155kmh (95 mph) in his canary yellow Lamborghini Gallardo in January, catching the eye of Senior Constable Michael Brent who gave chase.

Sen Const Brent told Perth Magistrates Court that he had tried to give chase in his police car, a Ford Falcon, which struggled to keep pace with Magistro, whose ‘Lambo’ had just been dropped off by a client.

Magistrate Michael Wheeler, however, said the “bog standard” squad car, being so far behind the Lambo, would simply have been unable to give Brent an adequate “guesstimate” of how fast the Magistro was driving.

“With no disrespect to the Ford Falcon could it cut the mustard with the Lamborghini being driven by the accused?” he asked. “It couldn’t even catch my car, in all honesty.”

Before handing down his judgement, however, the appropriately-named Wheeler admitted he was a Top Gear “tragic” and had been forced to disregard his knowledge of how, “in 2006 Top Gear named the Lamborghini Gallardo as the dream car of the year.

“Jeremy Clarkson bought one, in fact, in 2006,” Wheeler offered, awarding Magistro AU$18,000 (€13,000) in costs.

The Judge said he did not imagine the policeman – a British native – would “‘find himself driving a bog standard Ford Falcon when he came to Australia, but” – referring to the accountants behind the police force’s funding models – “I suppose that’s what bean counters do.”

The controversial decision has led the opposition in the West Australian state legislature to call for an increase in police spending, allowing the force to upgrade its apparently unfit cars.




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#252
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The Top Gear team will follow in the footsteps of the Three Wise Men this Christmas in a festive BBC schedule that also sees another reunion for The Royle Family, a celebration of the 80th birthday of Ronnie Corbett and a solo show for Gavin and Stacey star Ruth Jones.

Corbett's 80th birthday will be celebrated with a one-off all-star sketch show – The One Ronnie – on BBC1 featuring special guests Rob Brydon, Miranda Hart, James Corden and Charlotte Church and one of his trademark monologues written by Ben Elton.

The Royle Family, reuniting Caroline Aherne and Craig Cash on BBC1, is likely to be one of the Christmas period's most popular shows after it was just beaten by EastEnders to the top spot last year.

BBC2's Top Gear Christmas special will see Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel to Bethlehem, crossing Iraq, Jordan and Israel on the way.

Ruth Jones's Christmas Cracker, which aired in BBC Wales last year, goes nationwide on BBC2 with guests including Ricky Gervais, with four more specials lined up for next year.

Lucas and Walliams' new sketch show, Come Fly With Me, is expected to debut on BBC1 over the Christmas period. There will also be special editions of The Impressions Show with Jon Culshaw, Miranda, My Family, Shooting Stars and The Rob Brydon Show.

Christmas drama on BBC channels will include the Nativity starring Peter Capaldi, Live Aid drama When Harvey Met Bob, Morecambe and Wise biopic Eric and Ernie starring Vic Reeves and Victoria Wood, Toast with Helena Bonham Carter and an adaptation of Douglas Adams's Dirk Gently starring Stephen Mangan.

Christmas films on the BBC will include the terrestrial premiere of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, which memorably inspired the slang "nuke the fridge". BBC bosses will be hoping the poorly received fourth of the Indiana Jones series doesn't do the same to its festive schedule.

Other dramas on BBC1 will include the traditional Doctor Who Christmas special – Matt Smith's first as the doctor – starring Michael Gambon and Katherine Jenkins, a revival of Upstairs, Downstairs and Only Fools and Horses prequel, Rock & Chips: Five Gold Rings.

BBC1 will also show a new adaptation of Just William starring Outnumbered's Daniel Roche, while John Hurt will star in BBC2's Edwardian ghost story Whistle and I'll Come To You,

BBC1's The Apprentice will come to a climax over the festive period for the first time, alongside the Strictly Come Dancing final and the annual Sports Personality of the Year prize.

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#253
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More delays than the 'high-speed' London to Manchester line, more false dawns than Manchester City football club, the prolonged genesis of Gran Turismo 5 has been - it's fair to say - somewhat fraught.

But who cares, because it's finally out today. And as widely reported, the Top Gear track is in it.

Unbelievably, today is also the day the office PS3 has decided not to work, somewhat thwarting our plans to spend all day perfecting the Hammerhead in the wet in an under-steering front-wheel-drive nail.

Still, that doesn't stop you lot with PS3s from thrashing around our grotty little airfield for the first time, and we want to know what you think. Toughest corner to perfect? Best front- and rear-wheel-drive cars? Have you managed to to 'Tom Cruise' Gambon yet?



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t seems like today is all about Gran Turismo 5 as that is what everyone seems to be talking about. Kazunori Yamauchi, mastermind behind Polyphony Digital sat down with Top Gear to answer some questions.

Top Gear calls Yamauchi a “gaming god” and “car geek,” and they are probably right. Yamauchi’s passion has been to deliver the most realistic experience in a racing sim, and with the release of Gran Turismo 5, he may have just done that.

In an interview with Top Gear, Yamauchi stated that Gran Turismo came about because of his dream to create a true simulator. He said:

I’ve always liked racing games. When I was around 15 years old it just came to me as an idea of a race game I wanted to play. A game in which there would be an accurate physics simulation and, of course, real-world cars.

Yamauchi also shared his most embarrassing moment on the race track in real life. He stated:

On the Tokyo expressway there’s a ring that goes right the way around – similar in length to the Nurburgring actually and with a lot of challenging corners just like the ‘Ring. I had a big accident on that highway where I caused a major traffic jam. You could see the traffic signboard turn completely red… and that was all because of me.

Yamauchi is a true car enthusiast who not only races on the tracks but also owns several vehicles as well. When asked what he drives these days he said, “I drive my Nissan GT-R most of the time, but I’ve also got a Ford GT, a Porsche 911 GT3, a Mercedes-Benz SL AMG, and a Honda S2000 racing car.”

He is also credited with helping develop the Nissan GT-R. Yamauchi stated, ”I was already involved in the development of the Nissan GT-R, which was like a dream come true. But if we’re talking about another dream, I would have loved to help build the McLaren F1.”

Yamauchi also revealed that his favorite racing game was Gran Prix, a F1 simulator by NAMCO on the Commodore 64 and Amiga. He also, talks a little about GT Academy, a real life program which offers top ranking Gran Turismo gamers a chance to learn to race for real.

He revealed that GT Academy was started to show that you can learn real racing skills from playing Gran Turismo. Yamauchi also talks about a spectacular crash that happened during one of the sessions in GT Academy. He stated, “[Competition finalist] Jordan Tresson went off track in the first corner on his first lap – cold track, cold tyres. It was quite spectacular looking back.”

Finally, Yamauchi gives his impression of Top Gear’s track.

He stated:

I tried driving it myself, but it’s really hard to find the driving line. It’s so wide that it becomes difficult to find markers and visual points. It was only after I sat with the Stig as a passenger that I finally realised where all the turn-in points and the correct driving lines were.




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#255
Re:Great Clarkson Quotes 6 Years, 12 Months ago  
Fun in the snow. A TopGear.com tribute

Merrily sipping gin on the way to the North Pole in a Hilux. Beating Swedish snowmobilers to the bottom of a mountain in a VW Dakar Touareg. Firing Minis off a ski-jump in Norway.

Top Gear has always had a more genial relationship with snow than is normal for a British institution. So while the entire country threatens to shut down again in the next few days under 3cm of light powder, console yourself with all these pretty moments we've dug up of cars. And snow. In perfect harmony.

If it's more practical advice you're after, here's some advice on the best motors for sliding around B-roads. Or you might like to read about the time JC first got his hands on a 458 Italia. And it snowed. Or perhaps just turn up the heating and play games all day. That's what most of the country will be doing

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#257
Re:Great Clarkson Quotes 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
Exclusive: TG drives the new Stratos

A brilliant montage of the original Lancia Stratos in the heat of competition battle is playing on a big screen, backed by some great period rock tunes. One of the most successful rally cars of the 1970s, the Stratos is one of those cars that exerts a magical hold over the people who lived through its imperial period, and for many beyond that too. Just 492 were made, and it was conceived purely as a pretty terrifying competition weapon. It is, to use an over-used word, a legend.

Now it's back. To the strains of Rolling Stones classic 'You Can't Always Get What You Want', it's obvious that for German businessman and Stratos enthusiast Michael Stoschek, sometimes you can get exactly what you want.

The new Stratos represents an eight-year labour of love for all involved. Car designer and Stratos nut Chris Hrabalek worked up a full-sized proposal which he showed at Geneva back in 2005. Then he badgered Stoschek into building this one-off, literally popping out of hedges to ambush him. Hrabalek's persistence has paid off, and the result is almost certainly the best one-off special to have emerged in the past 20 years.

Squeezing into the ultra-lightweight carbon-backed race seat and clamped into place by a six-point harness, I'm about to become only the second journalist in the world to drive the new Stratos. It's worth around three million pounds, it's the only one that exists, and just to crank up the pressure a bit more, former F1 driver Tiago Monteiro is my co-pilot. Nervous? You could say that...

See more pics of the new Stratos

It's instantly apparent that this is an exceptional bit of kit. Designed and built by Pininfarina, its carbon-fibre body clothes a cut-down Ferrari 430 Scuderia chassis. It also uses the Scud's powertrain, so the underpinnings are about as good as it gets.

The gearchange is sensationally fast, and with a new free-flowing titanium exhaust and a few other electronic mods, the Scud's 510bhp output is up to 540bhp. Weight is down 80kg to just 1,247kg. You do the maths...

Stoschek is a successful competition driver, so the new Stratos feels like a racing car: there is almost zero slack in its steering and handling. It's one of those cars that thinks its way from one corner to the next and gets there so fast, it takes your breath away. It's 10 per cent stiffer than the Scud, and feels amazingly tight and beautifully engineered. The development team benchmarked it against the Scud, but also the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. Yes, it's that good.

Top speed is close to 200mph, 62mph about 3.3 seconds. It's also a proper handful, and moves with the wired nervousness of a competition car. We weren't able to really stretch it, but its high-speed stability and overall balance are said to be impressive.

Stoschek admits that it would need to be tweaked a bit depending on which circuit it was being driven on, and there was a bit of understeer here at Le Castellet in the south of France. But that's true of any hi-po car on a track and for a one-off, the new Stratos really is an astonishing achievement, a phenomenally well-executed, ultra-modern version of a quixotic rally legend that pulses with all the spirit of the original.

The talk now is of a run of perhaps 25 production cars. Stoschek is keen for his project to be validated in that way - he wants to share the love rather than keep it all to himself - and the likely cost is half-a-million pounds plus the donor car. For that, the lucky owner wouldn't just be getting a rich man's retro folly, they'd be getting a seriously, seriously good car.

Next up, a GT2 version. Bring it on...

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#260
Re:Great Clarkson Quotes 6 Years, 11 Months ago  
McLaren MP4-12C prices are out

£168,500. A lot of money. But significantly, £1,000 less than a Ferrari 458 Italia. With today's official announcement of the prices for McLaren's entry in the world of mass supercar manufacture, an interesting sales battle would appear to be underway.

As always with pricing, one must dig further for the real picture. That £168,500 doesn't include registration fee or road licence – which adds around £1,000 to the figure – but it does include VAT at the full 20% from January next year.

If Ferrari passes on the VAT increase to its customers in 2011, then the McLaren could be up to £2,500 cheaper than its main rival. However, as Ferrari points out, the 458 comes with carbon ceramic brakes as standard. On the MP4-12C, they’re a £9,770 option.

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But frankly, at that end of the market, does anyone really care about a few grand either way? This is what Ron Dennis claims will be the fastest car money can buy, the "slightly more mass-market" successor to the mighty F1.

See more pictures of the McLaren MP4-12C

Some numbers: the mid-engined 12C is powered by an all-new 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 with a dry sump and flat-plane crank. It produces 600bhp and 443lb ft of torque, 80 per cent of which is available from less than 2,000rpm. It will weigh just under 1,400kg (that's 200kg less than the new Audi RS3).

That means a claimed 0-124mph time of less than 10 seconds, while a full speed of over 200mph seems fairly likely. Internal organs will be affected.

Watch Lewis and Jenson rag the MP4-12C up Goodwood

The 12C is underpinned by a revolutionary new one-piece carbon fibre tub, a brand new piece of technology that weighs in at just 81kg. There's more clever tech on board, too - an all-new seven-speed dual clutch transmission (called SSG) and innovative suspension that does without a conventional anti-roll bar, featuring instead hydraulically inter-connected dampers. Oh, and - just like the original F1 - there's a rear air brake.

Looks-wise, reaction is mixed at Top Gear HQ. In the eyes of some of its harsher critics, isn't it a bit... bland? Designer Frank Stephenson has previously said this is kind of the point:

"There's an efficiency to the design of the 12C. The shape is not overpowered by styling tricks or elements that don't need to be there. With McLaren it's more technological - there's no styling for styling's sake."

The MP4-12C will be on sale from the "the first half of 2011", and they're planning to build around 1,000 each year. And when we get our hands on one, you'll be the first to know.

So, what about you lot? Will the MP4-12C be claiming a berth in your fantasy garage?

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Peugeot RCZ takes Coupe of the Year honours in TopGear magazine awards

It appears that it's 'real-world cars' that are doing the briskest of business at the annual TopGear magazine awards for 2010. This is good news for us buyers without Bugatti money, but also some prominent recognition for the braver mainstream manufacturers that took some risks and produced exciting, thoughtfully-engineered, non-run-of-the-mill cars. Citroen scooped TopGear Car of the Year for their DS3.

So, well done Peugeot for their well-deserved Coupe of the Year award for the curvy and evocative RCZ - a coupe that certainly looks exotic. But, under those sculpted lines you'll find a chassis that doesn't need Ayrton Senna to master it, frugal and green diesel engines or relatively sporting petrol-power, and all of them offering the sort of widely-spaced serving intervals that a screaming Ferrari could only dream of.

Here's what the magazine said: "The Peugeot RCZ is a beautifully balanced car, easy to drive quickly. Low and wide, it always feels completely on your side, gripping hard, resorting to understeer only at the limit. The Peugeot RCZ is positioned as a small, sophisticated GT, and fills it perfectly."

The RCZ was launched in June 2010 and Peugeot have sold 2,000 coupes in the UK to date, priced from £20,450.


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ontrary to advertisement opinion, winter doesn't hate your face. The Porsche 911 GT2 RS does.

Not because it wants to kill you, mind. Rather, it summons forces of BHP so unnatural, immense and biblical your face is left reeling in perpetual fear.

The latest 911 variant packs 613bhp from a flat-six driving the rear wheels and will accelerate to 62mph in just 3.5secs, 0-124mph in 9.8 secs and runs on to 205mph. Good figures to paper over ‘insecurities' down the pub, not so good for your face.

Still, this hasn't stopped chief Porsche centre driver Gordon Robertson from getting it sideways around Silverstone. In this advert/video - filmed by Porsche with lots of somewhat familiar edits - he extols the virtues of the new GT2 RS. In short, it is good. We know, because Top Gear's Bill Thomas was on the receiving end of that 613bhp, and as you can read here, he liked it a lot.

Top Gear drives the Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Robertson also rearranged our editor's face in a passenger ride on this very track only a few months ago, and he's never looked right since. This is how a GT2 RS should be driven.




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Orange squash: the world’s fastest electric filing cabinet

It might be a typically sunny afternoon in LA, but the drivers in SoCal’s biggest city are in an uncharacteristically foul mood. Squashed into the back of what feels like a motorised filing cabinet filled with more static than Dixons on Christmas Eve, I can’t see very much of what’s happening ahead. But I can see plenty of what’s going on either side, and it ain’t pretty.

A candy-floss-coiffured old dear wearing pearls and bifocals in a gold Honda Civic is giving me, or rather the vehicle I’m riding in, the finger. And a heavily tattooed Mexican with slicked-back hair in a Toyota pickup is also visibly upset. What’s that he’s saying? “[Something very rude]” Oh, yes. Tha




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#267
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Formula One 2011: It’s Lotus vs Lotus

roup Lotus has signed a deal with newly formed Renault Sport F1 to enter the 2011 season as ‘Lotus Renault GP'. The tie-up will use Renault engines and ‘Lotus pedigree'.

In related news, earlier this year, Lotus Racing boss Tony Fernandes bought the rights to the name ‘Team Lotus', rebranding his LR team for the 2011 season.

If nothing else happens, in 2011, the F1 grid will contain Lotus Renault GP and Team Lotus-Renault. We are officially confused.

Lotus founder Colin Chapman had historically kept the road-car and racing business separate. So Lotus Cars built Elans and what have you, while Team Lotus went racing. Team Lotus, remember, won seven F1 constructors' championships and six drivers' titles.

The racing outfit came to an end in 1994, which is why such a big palava was made when, last year, Air Asia boss Tony Fernandes applied to Group Lotus (the car business owned by Proton) for licence to use the ‘Lotus' name in F1 (Lotus Racing).

Fernandes then bought the rights to use the name ‘Team Lotus' - the actual, real and historical Lotus F1 name - from David Hunt, brother of F1 champ James and owner of the name - in September this year. But Proton hit back, saying it would "support Group Lotus in taking all necessary steps to protect its rights in the ‘Lotus' name, including resisting any attempts by Mr. Fernandes or his companies, or any other unauthorised person, to use the ‘Lotus' name in the 2011 Formula 1 season."

And Group Lotus CEO Dany Bahar reckons he's got the real Lotus. "We're well aware that there has been a lot of controversy around the usage of our brand in F1 and I'm delighted to be able to formally clarify our position: We are Lotus, and we are back."

It gets even more complicated because both teams now say they want to race in classic black ‘n gold livery. Group Lotus' effort is the one you see above. Both will battle in front of the High Court next year over the name.

F1 Fanatic editor Keith Collantine said: "It's inconceivable this will end with four cars all called Lotus-Renault on the grid at Bahrain next year.

"The start of the new season is 95 days away. Hopefully cool heads will prevail and sort this mess out before then."

Will the real Lotus please stand up?




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Speaking at the signing for his book The Man in the White Suit in Canary Wharf, Collins said the TV job had become limiting and he was now concentrating on the Le Mans series with his racing team.

Fans queued up to meet the 35-year-old racing car driver whose identity was finally revealed when he left the show after seven years.

He told The Docklands: “Like in any relationship, the one who is left behind feels aggrieved but it was the right time to move on for both of us and I made the right decision.

“I worked extremely hard on the show driving the cars to the best of my ability and coming up with ideas to make the show entertaining.”

He added it was a dream job but now he is excited for the new challenges ahead which include presenting on Fifth Gear.

“I drove over 200 cars on Top Gear for seven years. Now I want to win the Le Mans 24 hour Race with my team and will put everything into that. Before I didn’t have the time to fully commit as my diary was dominated by the show,” he added.

The BBC recently dropped legal proceedings against Collins after losing a High Court battle to prevent him publishing the book which reveals his hidden identity.



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Somewhere, buried deep in the bowels of a job advert is a nugget of petrolhead goodness.

Bugatti is seeking a marketing intern, and the job duties involve, as you would expect, ‘scheduling events', ‘co-ordinating activities', ‘communicating activities with dealers' and ‘promoting' Bug products.


That's right. Bugatti only makes three cars - the Veyron, Veyron Grand Sport and Veyron SuperSport. Said intern will be ‘transporting' said vehicles.

James thrashes the Bugatti Veyron SuperSport

The US-based position requires you to know your way around a computer, have fluency in English and be able to make pretty and colourful presentations. Hit the link here to view the ad. Prolific tea-making skills go without saying...

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That big red rope signals preparation. A symbol, if you will, of security. A sign that your pride and joy is in loving, trained and sympathetic hands.

We imagine however, a very small but vitally important bit of red rope remains in its packaging somewhere out back. Because when this tuned 450bhp Evo 8 goes for a little fitness test, something goes wrong.


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Following on from last week’s glimpse at Top Gear over Christmas, the official trailer is now running on the BBC – and here it is for you all.

The pertinent point remains: two new shows coming up, the first on Tuesday (that’s TUESDAY, not Sunday) 21 December at 8pm on BBC2, the second on Boxing Day at 8pm on BBC2. Then we’ve got the new series proper starting early in the New Year.

Enjoy the trailer, and look out for more details as usual on TopGear.com in the coming week…




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