Top Gear Live
Posted by Ágnes Taraszovics · Jun 19, 2014

Clarkson, Hammond, and May perform live: the Top Gear Show will come to Hungary for the first time in two weeks.

The traveling show of BBC’s BAFTA and Emmy award-winning series of Top Gear Live arrives to Budapest, bringing the three presenter of the program. Therefore, the future of car-theater, the world's largest car show in theater can be seen on 1 July in the Budapest Arena. The organizers scroll the BBC's popular TV show to the audience's feet with burning cars, test drives and crazy stunts rolled into one hellish mix. Do not expect less during the live show than in the TV: infernal attractions and stunning effects come to life. The designers really put themselves to create unimaginable cars and incredible tricks. Moreover, next to the stunning cars and three British presenters: Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, the legendary driver, Stig also arrives to Budapest. He will participate in the Top Gear Live car show with his stunts much to the delight of fans.

The Top Gear Live travels around the world since 2008, so far visited four continents and more than 18 countries, and 1.5 million car fans were curious about it. The show filled four continents biggest arenas with the latest pyrotechnic tricks and spectacular action sequences. During the night they show a number of the world's most expensive, most powerful and most absurd cars have gone through a transformation. And of course, the three legendary presenters make this not everyday car madness even more enjoyable with their well-known sense of humor.

We can expect the same from the performance in Budapest. As Jeremy Clarkson characterized the show: "We’ve turned your favourite motoring television show into the most spectacular motoring theatre show in the universe. We’ll be taking all the best bits of Top Gear, and ambitiously attempting them live in our action arena. I’m sure it will work out well!"

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