‘Motoring TV is a lie’ James May’s filming outburst after rise to fame on Top Gear


James May unveiled his brand new car on DriveTribe this week. The 58-year-old television presenter traded his favourite Toyota Mirai in for a newer model of the hydrogen-powered vehicle.

He took the car out for a spin to showcase his latest purchase, but complained about the disappointing footage, which showed him stuck in traffic on a busy London road.

James blasted the hold-up after sitting in a queue of cars for over an hour.


He went on to moan about the bad weather, which was not showing his car in the best light.

The TV star, who presented BBC’s Top Gear for over a decade, before fronting The Grand Tour with his co-stars Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond, said: “Motoring television is a lie”.

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Meanwhile, Richard Hammond was shipwrecked on a desert island to film The Great Escapists, and Jeremy documented life on his farm in the Cotswolds.

The success of Clarkson’s Farm led to rumours of a second series, however, the 61-year-old broadcaster took to social media to clarify the matter.

“Dear everyone. There has been some speculation that a second series of our farming programme has been commissioned.


“It hasn’t but we are hopeful,” he tweeted this afternoon in view of his 7.2 million followers.

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