If you’ve not heard of Rémi, he’s a serial prankster from Montpellier, France. He makes a living going around town dressed in silly costumes harassing people for our entertainment. He is the the man behind the infamous Mario Kart prank and because of this, we think he should be awarded for his services to the internet.
Truck. Snow plow. Jackknife. Close call. Very.
We’ll let TopGear.com explain this one:
Excuse us for getting all Mark Lawson, but we’ve just been sent this - a video of the Mustang Club of Poland making music with their members’, err, Mustangs.
It’s a bit like Stomp, it doesn’t really make sense to us and we’d wish they’d just get in the damn things and do some big smoky burnouts. But, curiously, it’s not entirely without merit.
Have a watch and make up your own mind.
We can appreciate the work that went into this — and we love seeing decades of American muscle in Poland — but we kind of expected more. How about you?
Nissan has posted shakedown video of the wonderfully ridiculous Nissan Juke-R that we told you about weeks ago.
First, Nissan’s crack team of modders took the Juke-R to the MIRA proving ground to check everything worked properly and that the ruddy big 3.8-litre twin-turbo engine didn’t fall out or consume the world in a fiery explosion. Then, off to Silverstone for some screechiness.
Click play and watch.
Don’t miss the premiere of the all new special series TOP GEAR TOP 40. *** Premieres Monday Nov 28 at 8/7c*** with back-to-back episodes on BBC America.
Top Gear was in the picturesque town of Lecce, Italy over the weekend. According to a lucky fan, who shot some footage of the visit to the town’s center and posted it on YouTube, “Jeremy has a really deep and powerful voice, he could be heard in every point of the square!” Apparently, Jeremy drives the Lamborghini Aventador, James drives the McLaren MP4-12C and Richard takes the Noble M600.
We posted #45 yesterday and here’s #44 in the Top Gear Top 40 Countdown: James May races a Fiat 500 against BMX bikers through the streets of Budapest.
On Monday, November 28th at 8pm/7c, BBC America will air the first of two Top Gear specials: the Top Gear Top 40 Challenges as chosen by you, your neighbors, and that guy Ray from Accounting. Until then, check out #45-#41 here on teh Tumblrs.
We just finished a go round of car
soccer football in Forza. We looked nowhere near this competent.
From the description:
“Jeremy Clarkson isn’t very impressed by the Volkswagen Jetta.”
James May Interview on Absolute Radio
James May discusses some Top Gear filming habits which include watching movies and drinking tea between takes. Of course, the interview also includes some lovely inappropriate jokes.