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Jeremy Clarkson has confirmed that the new television show he will host with Richard Hammond and James May on Amazon Prime will not be called Gear Knobs.


A tweet by Jeremy Clarkson shows the former Top Gear crew filming again for its new Amazon show. No expense is being spared with the Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari, and McLaren P1 heading onto the track with a big crew for support.


Trademark filings from the UK suggest that the Amazon show from the former Top Gear hosts might be called Gear Knobs.


Hammond, May, Wilman To Score $11M Each

The former hosts of Top Gear are in for a huge raise, as reports are circulating that all three stars and producer Andy Wilman will earn over $10M a year.


In an interview, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos admits that the deal with the former Top Gear trio – Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May – is quite expensive, but he thinks the world is going to love their new show.


The Stig Won't Be Along For The Ride

Amazon is reportedly paying $250 million for a 36-episode run from the former stars of Top Gear, and don't plan on seeing The Stig in this new show.


The trio of former Top Gear hosts is returning in 2016 thanks to a new, three-season streaming deal with Amazon Prime.


The former hosts of Top Gear might be bringing their show to the US, at least based on a joke during a recent stage show in Australia. A streaming service like Netflix is thought to be the most likely place to see the trio next.


Captain Slow is out of work. So after selling off his motorcycles, he's apparently raising some funds by selling off his 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed. And it's priced to sell.


Final Clarkson, Hammond, May Episode To Air June 28 In UK

Ferrari fanatic and radio host Chris Evans is the first new presenter to be added to the Top Gear roster since Jeremy Clarkson's fracas.


James May headed down to Maranello to drive the new Ferrari 488 GTB for the Sunday Times. Suffice it to say, it's not quite the same as an episode of Top Gear.


James May and Richard Hammond have allegedly turned down a big-money offer from the BBC to return to Top Gear. If they had accepted, it would have meant taping the show without co-host Jeremy Clarkson.


James May and Richard Hammond have completed filming whatever segments were necessary to tie a bow on the 22nd and final series of episodes they had co-hosted alongside ex-lead Jeremy Clarkson.


Ever wonder why The Stig has a tattoo of his face... on his face? Or why he's allergic to the Dutch? Top Gear Script Editor Richard Porter has the answer.


The latest word from the UK has it that the BBC could opt to take a decidedly different route with a post-Clarkson version of Top Gear, with a rotating lineup of hosts. But will Hammond and May be part of the rotation?


The former Top Gear team are rumored to be heading to Netflix and may have picked the very best name imaginable.


Bonhams auctioned off all of the motorcycles that James May and Richard Hammond consigned, raising over $117k for the unemployed former hosts of Top Gear.


The host did, however, say he'd be happy to film links and studio bits to the unaired episodes of Top Gear's 22nd season without his disgraced co-presenter.


Three unaired episodes of Top Gear could hit screens in the UK before the end of the year, a high-ranking BBC official has said.


James May has started a cooking show. No, you didn't read that incorrectly. Join the (not officially) former Top Gear host as he makes pasta alla carbonara.


A dozen mostly vintage motorcycles from former Top Gear hosts James May and Richard Hammond are crossing the auction block in the UK on April 26. The auction includes a 1970 Triton cafe racer from Hammond and a 1980 Ossa trials bike from May.

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