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Offline DaveMorton Topic starter
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I'm going to miss Jeremy. He's odd, and CERTAINLY not "politically correct", but he's alright in my book. Sad
BBC 'has chosen dream team' of Top Gear presenters to replace Jeremy Clarkson

And no, I don't think that Jodie Kidd would make a good replacement. She's moderately pretty, but that's not a qualification. How can you make her the target of infantile mocking without seeming sexist?
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I'm going to miss all three of them but especially Jeremy, there is no one like him and he was alright in my book too.

The new line-up hasn't get me excited in any way, can't help but think viewing figures will plummet and Top Gear will end up being a shadow of its former self.  Sad 
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Offline Snowcrash
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I like Guy Martin. He's a down to earth northern biker. Not sure about Top Gear though.
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