Jeremy Clarkson Enjoys Some Quiet Time in Australia, Finally

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Photo: Top Gear Australia
After quite a long line of media punches between the Top Gear teammates, on one side, and the Argentineans, on the other, it seems the team’s “striker” is finally getting some time to kick off and relax. The crew was recently in Australia shooting new series of the famous auto show and reports are they also took advantage of the 200 kilometers of Stuarts Highway, which has had its speed limit de-restricted.
As we promised you the last time we wrote about the controversial TV presenter, we came back for some new info. Clarkson posted a picture on Twitter he shot from inside a BMW M with a massive fire just in front of the car, which made us quite curious about Top Gear’s latest venture. It turns out they’ve been busy shooting new series in Adelaide River in the Northern Territory of Australia.

The BMW he was driving proved to be an M6 Grand Coupe and it’s one of the three cars they used this time around, as the team was also pictured with a yellow Bentley Continental and a Nissan GT-R. Reports are the three musketeers will take advantage of the 200 kilometers of Stuarts Highway while there on the continent.

Clarkson will definitely enjoy pushing the pedal

Considering Clarkson recently got busted for speeding we’re pretty sure he won’t miss the opportunity to push the pedal and go as fast as possible, especially that there is no speed limit where they went. Moreover, according to the Top Gear website, they may also film some stunts involving overtaking road trains so we can’t wait to see how that turned out.

The team was photographed by English lass and garage attendant Emily Worrall. A big fan of the show, she was doing some backpacking in Australia and bumped into the crew amidst filming for the next series of the show.
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