Jeremy Clarkson confesses: Top Gear handled the Reliant Robin to volcasen

Us what we could have imagined. But the fact that Jeremy Clarkson admit that Top Gear manipulated some of the cars that appeared in his program, even so, surprise and worry. Freed of its linkage with the BBC, Jeremy Clarkson has felt that it was time to talk about one of the stories most well-known of his years on Top Gear, the famous scene with the Reliant Robin that dumped on every curve. Recognizing that, indeed, the vehicles were manipulated to dump with ease.

Few people may feel offended by this game, after the show, after the gag humorous, in a show that’s never been defined as a program car, but an entertainment program. The problem is precisely in the great doubt know what reports were made with honesty, and in how many others used techniques like this to manipulate the result.

Jeremy Clarkson had in his column for the Sunday Times how he had asked his team to make adjustments in the differential to lead to a rollover each time spinning the wheel. The Reliant Robin were not too stable, by nature, but in the words of Clarkson, “a Reliant Robin would not dump not to be that inside-outside driven, a Rugby team drunk, or did wind.”

In this claim in favor of the Reliant Robin, Jeremy Clarkson remembers how they decided to turn it into your company car for the production of the new program that will provide Amazon Prime. Probably to remember those scenes in Top Gear in the long-awaited return of the Trio Calavera.

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