The long-running Fast & Furious movie franchise is to come to an end after two more films, according to reports.
The first episode of the new Top Gear series has been filmed in front of a live audience, with a clever approach to social distancing.(more…)
Any new car that’s sold from December 2020 must be fitted with a Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) compatible radio, according to new Parliamentary legislation.(more…)
Top Gear has resumed filming, with Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris embarking on an electric car race around an empty Alton Towers Resort.(more…)
The ninth instalment of the Fast and Furious franchise was scheduled to hit theatres on May 22nd, but it has been delayed by nearly a year.
Top Gear presenter Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff screamed “I’m running out of runway” seconds before his high-speed crash at Elvington Airfield last year.(more…)
The 28th series of Top Gear premiered on Sunday night (January 26) and it did so with an episode featuring arguably the craziest stunt ever performed on the show.
The show seems to be a survival type show. The Grand Tour Instagram stated, “An epic six-part series is coming. @richardhammond and @torybelleci trying to survive on a desert island. The usual mayhem and more epic adventures to come…”
The “Fast & Furious” franchise is headed to Netflix, only this time the blockbuster car and action series will arrive in the form of an animated series.
Jeremy Clarkson has revealed that The Grand Tour had to cancel ambitious plans for an epic road trip in the Middle East over safety concerns.