March’s issue of Top Gear magazine is on newsstands now. They’ve gone a bit crazy and taken an Aston Martin DBS, Lamborghini Murcielago, and a Ferrari 599 ice-racing in the Alps. They’ve also got a list of best cars that should be on your bedroom wall.
Looks great as always.
You can get a subscription to be delivered right to your door via the above link or Amazon.
The last sentence of the article though is what’s really important:
Oh and just in case you think these are the ramblings of a senile old man who thinks he could have been Michael Schumacher if he’d been given the chance, consider this: James May aka, Captain Slow, agrees with every word. Next year, I suspect we may be back.
Just can’t get enough of the latest news from TopGear.com and it’s automotive goodness? Well they now have a widget that you can embed directly into Windows Vista, Yahoo! Widgets, your website, MySpace, Facebook, iGoogle, and tons more.
Live in the USA? You can buy a subscription to the magazine via Amazon.com. It’s a bit spendy (around twice the price you’d pay in the UK, but about the same as you can get it in select stores here), but hey, it’s Top Gear!
Images of Richard Hammond’s 288 MPH crash from last year are in this month’s Top Gear magazine. A preview can be found at TopGear.com. An article by Richard (and some photos) are also in today’s Daily Mirror. You can discuss both on our forums.
Video of the crash will not be shown (as far as I know) until the first episode of the new season of Top Gear which starts on January 28th. Details on that episode can also be found on our forums.
Here’s the details of the latest Top Gear Magazine that should be on sale soon:
The Sexy Issue Our definitive top 100 sexiest cars in the world
In Top Gear this month we count down the sexiest cars in the world – from 100 to zero, from Ferrari GTO to Fiat 500.
There’s been a lot of argument in the TG office about this one – even Clarkson and May have stuck their respective oars in – so check it out and see if you agree. But remember, just because a car is cool, it doesn’t make it good looking…
Mini Cooper S JCW GP – our car of the month
The Mini Cooper S Works GP is our car of the month – and not only a two-seat swansong to the current model, it’s also a serious eye-opener.
Also in Drives this month, verdicts on Dodge’s slightly iffy Caliber, Audi’s awesome RS4 Cabrio, Mazda’s tarted up Prodrive RX-8, the new BMW 3-Series Coupe and Seat’s 200bhp Leon FR. And that’s not even half of them…
If you’d like to discuss this issue, then please join us on our forum.
Yeah, I know I’m a bit late in posting this as the magazine is already on sale, but I still thought I’d pass along what in the latest issue for anyone who’s interested.
We love muscle cars All-American icon showdown in the desert
This month, we headed off to California’s Mojave Desert and brought along a Dodge Viper, a Mustang GT500 and a Corvette Z06 for a spin – as you do.
Still Stateside, we checked out the Chevy Camaro too, before heading back to the Mojave with the Dodge Challenger prototype.
Plus the Jaguar XKR Coupe and Clarkson on how he became the next Buzz Lightyear!
Drive The new Audi TT – yep, it’s good
Style still counts a lot for the new TT but now it has the substance to back it up. Paul Horrell puts the Audi beast through it paces.
We also get the verdict on the impressive Volvo XC90, breaking away from its traditionally conservative image, and the stylish and easy to drive Sportwagon from Alfa Romeo, plus the Skoda Roomster, Lexus GS450 and Citroen C2 amongst others.
If you’d like to discuss the latest issue or see it’s cover, please visit this thread in our forum.
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