Leaders of Top Gear are deprived of the driving licence for three months

Leaders of Top Gear are deprived of the driving licence for three months

During shootings of the next DVD film Top Gear in France leaders of this world-wide popular TV program Jeremiah Clarkson and Richard Hammond were deprived of the driving licence for 3 months.

On a highway the every speed of 130 km/h Jeremiah Clarkson on Aston Martin Vanquish moved with speed of 141 km/h, and his colleague Richard Hammond on Porsche 911 GT3 gathered speed of 143 km/h. It would seem, not so and serious excess, however on a separate site of the road both telestars did not notice a sign about restriction of speed to 90 km/h.

The French traffic police record excess admissible on about 51 speeds (Clarkson) and 53 (Hammond) of kilometre per hour therefore also that, and other violator were fined and deprived of the driving licence for a period of three months.

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