Friday, September 22, 2006

Hammond incident shows how many love Top Gear

Is it the brash quips which resonate from Jeremy Clarkson's belly at a frequency inaudible to little girls and environmentalists? Could it be James May who adds that extra bit of "here's my collection of train sets dating back to 1804"? Or maybe it is a little hamster and his sparkling teeth?

Whatever the case, everywhere I've looked people have been wishing Richard Hammond a speedy recovery and noted how good the show is. I think the reason Top Gear is so successful is because it proves to middle-aged men "you can still have fun, if you can afford a good enough car!"



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