so, that's it. the end of an era, i suppose.
and whether you liked him [or them] or not, you have to conclude that he spiced things up a bit and that the televisual format he [and co.] pioneered kept us from getting too bored with automotive programmes.
and despite what gobshites like David Cameron say, violence in the workplace does have it's place. we see what happens without it in the likes of politicians, government officials, murderous medics and showbiz 'stars'.
so, even though i don't like Jermy Clarkson myself and would happily split his lip, we need knobs who go against the grain, who rub people up the wrong way (but not the Jimmy Savile way ) and who say the unfashionable; and so,
je suis Jezza.