The Big Book of Top Gear 2011 is the new title by the man who writes this website and it’s on sale in all good bookshops now.
Inside you’ll find vast swathes of nonsense, largely related to the world’s most popular TV show about having an argument and then falling over, often near some cars.
Highlights include details of the Jeremy Clarkson Hyperbole Service, Richard Hammond’s guide to living in the countryside, James May’s new rave CD, an excellent Reliant Robin cartoon, a guide to Top Gear filming locations and some stuff about secret things you never saw on the telly.
There’s also a free handbook for the TG electric car, a look at some new movies directed by the presenters and a hilarious joke in which The Stig accidentally writes a rather boring autobiography in the comically overwrought style of Troy Queef. Although come to think of it, that last thing really has happened.
The Big Book of Top Gear 2011. It’s like Sniff Petrol except it’s a book and it’s mostly about Top Gear.
Click here to buy it from Amazon.