Maybe you're right, Shane isn't so bad some of the time (like the VW Ute review). I just know that Warren was/is my favorite Aussie presenter. He brought a very different and very entertaining feel to the show. The episode where he was riding a horse through the outback racing the Porsche was classic. I'd like Steve to host it with Warren and Shane taking the secondary roles. That should be a good show right there if they borrow some TGUK and TGUS production team. The hosts aren't the only problem though. But at least they are doing proper car reviews, something TGUS and TGUK isn't doing for the most part.I'm glad that other people are saying that Warren needs to come back, but not Charlie Cox, please. He's the answer to the question, "What would New Top Gear have been like if they'd hired Tiff Needell instead of Richard?" A cast of Shane, Warren, and Steve, as I've said before, would be perfect.
The question is, what are you watching. :lol: Seems to be a general consensus at least on this forum that this show is almost beyond saving. I agreed that after 2 series TGAU deserved one more chance with series 3, but series 3 was a bomb for me and others. Series 4 isn't turning out to be any better. By the 4th series TGUK was nearing the top of their game and miraculously TGUS is nearing its stride after nearly 2 series. For TGAU to survive it is going to need one hell of a finish to the current series--that and bring back Warren.i think its moving very well in the right direction and in time it will be a great show. what the hell is wrong with some of you? What are you watching?
I agree it seems harsh, but I'll humbly suggest that we are actually watching two different shows (assuming you're not an ex-pat Aussie).i think its moving very well in the right direction and in time it will be a great show. what the hell is wrong with some of you? What are you watching?
This deserves a serious answer, even if it is depressing.Not a Top Gear criticism, but how come the country that brought us the Ford Falcon and the Holden Commodore hasn't got a genuine production supercar? Heck, America has had three just from the big manufacturers (Vette, Viper, Ford GT) and we're not even into the small, guys-in-a-shed end of the market yet. Not criticizing, just curious.