OMG! Jeremy Clarkson and the boys reveal FIRST look at new ‘Top Gear’ show



by Maria Vallahis |
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OMG we're so excited we need to wee, but we're going to wait so we can give you this VITAL piece of news first...

The former Top Gear lads, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, have shared the FIRST look at their new motoring show - seriously, it looks so bloody good and we've only seen like four pictures.

AND JAMES MAY IS STANDING NEXT TO THE FERRARI ENZO'S SUCCESSOR, THE LAFERRARI! (CAPS necessary) Oh, there's also a McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 involved, just incase you care. WE DO.

Jeremy and his co-hosts are shooting overseas for a new Amazon Prime show since they left their BBC car show earlier this year, after Jezza got 'sacked' for getting into a bit of a fracas with a producer of TG.


    Jeremy gave us a small insight into his new car-themed programme, which the boys signed a "very, very, very expensive deal" for, on Twitter and said: "With a skeleton crew, filming for Amazon Prime's new motoring programme has begun."

    And we have sooo many questions for Jezza - Like, Why the big arse trucks? And the three sports cars? AND THE RACE TRACK? What will happen in this glorious first episode? Is this even for the first episode?

    Some motoring geniuses have suggested they're at the famous Nürburgring in Germany, while others have said it could be the Autódromo Internacional Algarve, in Portugal.

    Clarkson shared this snap of a picturesque sunset, prior to his crew shot, which suggests they are more likely to be in Portugal:

    Hammond shared the same image as Clarkson's, while May offered an alternate shot of this snazzy Ferrari:

    "Great first day at work. I can't stop staring," May captioned his shot. Not a bad way to start a first day on the job AT ALL. We're WELL JEL.

    Can we come and play?

    Jeremy has also previously tweeted that the boys, Amazon team and former TG producer Andy Wilman, have been"extremely busy" putting the show together and that "all of us" would be involved.

    Reports have suggested the new show will be called Gear Knobs - which would be fricking brill!

    And while the boys are over here having fun, elsewhere Chris Evans (the new BBC Top Gear host) is in a corner somewhere cradling himself that this car show will be better than his. Sorry, Chris.

    Oh here's a couple more shots from the boy's first day of shooting...

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