He actually posted his video here on the previous page, but since he's new here and his post contained a URL, it was flagged for moderation. It's showing now.This one wins the award for 'Most Diverse Hardware Reviewed', as well as the award for the 'Most Bizarre Technical Explanation'. Again, this one is worth a look too.
I really enjoyed the bit where you tried to explain how the engine in the S2000 works ...It is basically a mini Top Gear segment rather than an audition where I tell the world about me.
Expect an email soon (got mine today, scotth_uk got his last week).I haven't heard confirmation from Freehand / SBS that they have got my application.
I posted some to my "Garage" a week or so ago^ OT, but you must post pics of your E92 M3!
What a blast that will be ... it's the fastest car with 4 cup holders to lap the Nordschleife to date
Jeez, that takes me back. My first car was an olive green (metallic) VT Valiant. He's right about the steering .... "feels like a hover craft". You had to start turning the night before you actually drove the thing. :lol:Not so much a Top Gear Australia audition as a love story between a man and his Valiant. It's a bloody nice Valiant, too.
So you reckon that we'll see Grant Denyer try to cook chops quicker than it takes Dick Johnson to drive around Albert Park, then?My thoughts are that none of our applications will get through. I suspect Freehand already have a lineup in mind but treated this application thing as a viewer "survey" and for ideas generation.
Yeah i feared as much, but it didnt stop me having a crackI suspect Freehand already have a lineup in mind but treated this application thing as a viewer "survey" and for ideas generation. That's why there was a big disclaimer to hand over all copyrights to them. I could be wrong and I hope so, but as with most I had fun making my application and am looking forward to the show.
Totally made of win.JESUS CHRIST - My clip has made it to the BBC website in England!!!! OMFG!
"Top Gear Spoof"
I noticed those copyright signaways too, and the fact that they wanted to know if we'd used any third party copyright material (music or footage) in our pieces. This led me to think they're reserving the right to use some of our clips in the show. This would be a nifty way of beefing up an episode or two, since I'm sure their budget's going to be stretched- it's SBS, not BBC.I suspect Freehand already have a lineup in mind but treated this application thing as a viewer "survey" and for ideas generation. That's why there was a big disclaimer to hand over all copyrights to them.