Top Gear Break Down

This is the moment TV motor mouth Jeremy Clarkson’s car BROKE DOWN in the middle of a busy city centre. Jeremy Clarkson and co-presenter James May were caught on camera pushing an electric vehicle they were testing for BBC’s Top Gear. The pair were filming an episode of the show’s forthcoming 17th season and had been challenged to road-test two of the latest electric cars. They were first spotted at just before midday, asking for directions to the nearest charge point for their ca

This is the moment TV motor mouth Jeremy Clarkson's car BROKE DOWN in the middle of a busy city centre. Jeremy Clarkson and co-presenter James May were caught on camera pushing an electric vehicle they were testing for BBC's Top Gear. The pair were filming an episode of the show's forthcoming 17th season and had been challenged to road-test two of the latest electric cars. They were first spotted at just before midday, asking for directions to the nearest charge point for their ca

This is the moment TV motor mouth Jeremy Clarkson's car BROKE DOWN in the middle of a busy city centre. Jeremy Clarkson and co-presenter James May were caught on camera pushing an electric vehicle they were testing for BBC's Top Gear. The pair were filming an episode of the show's forthcoming 17th season and had been challenged to road-test two of the latest electric cars. They were first spotted at just before midday, asking for directions to the nearest charge point for their ca

This is the moment TV motor mouth Jeremy Clarkson's car BROKE DOWN in the middle of a busy city centre. Jeremy Clarkson and co-presenter James May were caught on camera pushing an electric vehicle they were testing for BBC's Top Gear. The pair were filming an episode of the show's forthcoming 17th season and had been challenged to road-test two of the latest electric cars. They were first spotted at just before midday, asking for directions to the nearest charge point for their ca

This is the moment TV motor mouth Jeremy Clarkson's car BROKE DOWN in the middle of a busy city centre. Jeremy Clarkson and co-presenter James May were caught on camera pushing an electric vehicle they were testing for BBC's Top Gear. The pair were filming an episode of the show's forthcoming 17th season and had been challenged to road-test two of the latest electric cars. They were first spotted at just before midday, asking for directions to the nearest charge point for their ca