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The Top 15 Reasons We Miss Top Gear Already

Top Gear was without a doubt one of the best shows on the BBC for a very long time and was something that started off as a car show for the lads but soon became a family show that everyone could enjoy as James May, Jemery Clarkson and Richard Hammond got into all sorts of fun trouble each week. Therefore, when it was announced that the show as not to continue a lot of fans were upset. Luckily the three have signed on with Amazon Prime to make a new show but we don’t think it’ll be the exact same as before. Therefore here are 15 things we will miss about Top Gear.
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15. Seeing Amazing Cars

The thing first and foremost about Top Gear is that it is a car show and therefore was a great chance to see just some average middle-age men drive around in the most expensive and fastest cars in the world.

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