https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSiz0TainL4 Most of you probably know the story by now, but Jeremy Clarkson was fired from Top Gear last week for allegedly punching a producer. Despite a petition to save him that has garnered almost a million signatures, the star remains suspended indefinitely.
While the future of the show with Clarkson is now looking bleak, Jeremy Clarkson recently spoke out on the issue, hurling some harsh words towards the producers of Top Gear. In a profanity laced spiel, he denounced the producers of Top Gear and offered to take one person around a test track in a LaFerrari before riding off into the sunset.
Following Clarkson’s suspension, the show’s parent network, the BBC, decided to cancel the several remaining live sessions of the show, with a spokesman saying,
“Top Gear Live regrets to inform ticket holders for next week’s shows in Stavanger, Norway, that we will be postponing all four performances, with rescheduled dates for later this year to be confirmed within the next fortnight.
We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience this will cause fans and we will endeavour to contact all ticket holders directly to inform them of the change of date.”