Extra Gear is still awesome, but we're wondering if that comes at Top Gear's expense.
We've lauded Top Gear's companion show since its debut, but as good as it's been, its latest episode may have taken too much of the main show's goodness.
Stock prices worldwide have taken a hit in the wake of the UK referendum. The long-term impact is still unknown, but companies across the auto industry are seeing immediate consequences.
The United Kingdom votes to leave the EU, and the fallout won't be limited to that country.
The UK has voted to leave the European Union, and it could lead to tariffs that hurt export of UK-built cars, and affect foreign automaker profits.
European football fans have a largely well-deserved reputation for drunk and disorderly conduct.
Based on Toyota's statement, anyone building cars in the UK has reason to worry.
If Britons vote for a Brexit this week, then cars made in the UK could be hit by a 10 percent levy when they are exported to the rest of Europe.
The hosts of The Grand Tour weigh in on Britain's EU referendum for some reason.
It failed on a more basic level than we've seen all season.
A misleading segment, a rushed, artificial race, and a lack of the show's traditionally beautiful video make Top Gear's fourth episode a disappointment.
The Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm, has a new recruit–a tiny kitten named Tigger.
Chris Harris will continue to do his favorite drifty things, only now with a BBC logo.
If you know Chris Harris, think Chris Harris on Cars with a BBC logo. If you don't, this is the new guy you actually want to watch.
Chris Harris and Rory Reid to take more prominent role, will be on every week.
Chris Evans will have a smaller role, while Rory Reid and Chris Harris will get more screen time. Will it be enough to reverse the sinking ship?
Chris Harris, Rory Reid, and a couple of key guests give us what we’ve been missing.
With two long-awaited hosts to help carry the load and a hilarious guest interview, Top Gear's third episode is far and away its best effort so far.
Italian supercars have a well-deserved reputation for sexy styling, fiery, passionate souls, and eye-wateringly high performance. And sometimes they catch fire.
Reminder: YouTube masses are not the arbiters of taste.
For starters, there are no cars and it's not that funny.
Issues remain, including the terrible interviews and a lack of driving impressions.
There are strong pieces in the latest episode of Top Gear, but some of the problems that cropped up in episode one are still here in the second outing.
Stats don't include the BBC iPlayer online streaming, which should improve the lackluster numbers.
Just 2.8 million people tuned in for last night's second episode, down from last week's 4.3 million and half the average of old Top Gear.
They are the 249th and 250th competitors to be killed on the Snaefell Mountain Course.
It's a chilling reminder of how dangerous motorcycle racing can be, especially at the Isle of Man.
Michael Dunlop is officially the fastest man at the Isle of Man.
And Amazon wants to send you along.
Take a snap of the craziest place you've ever set up a tent, and Amazon might just ship you over for the taping of Clarkson, Hammond, and May's first adventure.
British bookies are already offering odds on Evans firing, show's cancellation.
Former hosts Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond aren't commenting, but James May said he's a "massive fan." Critics and fans haven't been so kind.
Aside from Evans, most of the problems with episode one seem fixable.
The new Top Gear's first episode looks as good as the old version but its new host, Chris Evans, is obnoxious.
Plus what you can expect and a recap of behind-the-scenes drama.
It's back! Now make sure you're properly prepared.
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