Correct, but as Harris correctly mentioned, he was in Track Mode (which is not street legal) and on Trofeo R tires.The P1 was fastest when Chris Harris drove and compared them...
If that is the case (have a quote on that?), they should simply avoid saying things they don't want people to hear. It's not that fucking difficult.It's not Amazon's idea to do the bleeping. The guys want it. They've all said they want to do a family friendly show and they feel that certain words should be off-limits.
I don't know if you know what a circle is, but those are squares!
I was wondering the same thing. I didn't see it but that wasn't in that last Mad Max movie was it?Hubby and I enjoyed it immensely In the opening sequence with the dozens of mad cars, does anyone know anything about the giant rolling metal bicycle rack? 8/10.
http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/the-grand-tour/news/a813472/jeremy-clarkson-grand-tour-interview/If that is the case (have a quote on that?), they should simply avoid saying things they don't want people to hear. It's not that fucking difficult.
I suspect what really made the difference was that Chris' lap times were done on a rolling start and the Grand Tour times were done from a standing start.Heavily scripted, but I expected that for the first episode. Loved the intro! The pictures and the sheer quality of the film was stunning and I really like the tent format. Think it will get only better from here on. 7/10
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Correct, but as Harris correctly mentioned, he was in Track Mode (which is not street legal) and on Trofeo R tires.
There seem to be millions of people who say they'd go back to watching it if only it became a show about cars again.A thing I just though of is what the hell is the point of BBC Top Gear now?
They should just cancel it, as it will just be an utter shite version of Gran Tour.
I was more interested in the 2017 Super Duty behind that thing. It had a few other prominent screen placements throughout the intro too.
It's not the production quality. Amazon mandated them to work with 4K cameras which the BBC doesn't have, and TGUK still retains a fair number of the camera people from before.While I was enjoying the episode I couldn't help but wonder just how many stuffed shirted jackholes at the BBC were also watching and grinding their teeth at the new show's production quality, as it blew their poncy little attempt at a revised Top Gear right out of the water. I have to say it looks like net produced shows are the future and dinosaur establishments such as the BBC had better prepare to either change with the times or kiss their ass goodbye.