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  Reply # 1493361 16-Feb-2016 17:16
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I think Guy Martin would have been inspired choice.
I do like Sabine.

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  Reply # 1494625 18-Feb-2016 09:11
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In my opinion the show is dead, Top Gear = Clarkson, Hammond & May. Whatever they do, it is bound to fail without them.





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  Reply # 1495001 18-Feb-2016 14:57
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I'm going to watch it.  I watch the US version and actually quite like it.  The fact that they have someone who can really drive helps.  Sure, it's cringe-worthy/rigged/cheesy/over the top but so was the UK one, for say the last 5 seasons or more....

 

It will be different.  It's going to be a tough sell keeping the same name but changing everything.


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  Reply # 1495006 18-Feb-2016 15:00
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ScuL:

 

In my opinion the show is dead, Top Gear = Clarkson, Hammond & May. Whatever they do, it is bound to fail without them.

 

 

I'm not sure. I didn't enjoy the last 3 seasons (other than their off/end of season big adventures, those were good fun). Very little real car content - I think about 20% of the shows only. And then what 6 shows a season!


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