Skip to comments.Clarkson Thriller - Rocket Enabled Porsche 944 Turbo (Hilarious Video)
Posted on 05/13/2009 1:26:56 PM PDT by Reaganesque
An earlier thread posted another video of Mr. Clarkson shooting up cars skeet style. I love that video and decided to watch some other videos from "Top Gear's" Jeremy Clarkson.
I now have a new personal favorite...
Mr. Clarkson outfits a Porsche 944 Turbo with rocket launching tubes and goes hunting for traffic cams, signs and traffic cops. Too funny!
Click here for the video.
That show is fantastic!!!!
Mad Max, in the beginning. . .
ping for after work
Top Gear is a great show. They had an entire show dedicated to showing cars that were made by state-owned manufacturers in England and some Soviet satellite countries. They ALL were shown to be the worst in class in every trial. Foreshadowing of things to come with GM/Obamacare cars of the future?
Never seen the show, but anyone who equips his car with a rocket launcher to take out Big Brother is worth a look to me!
“Everything you are seeing is legal — in my mind!” A great sig line for someone!
George Carlin once said that if the cops didn’t see you do it, it wasn’t illegal. LOL
Forget that static...
Try a real Jet Engine Powered VW Beetle. These guy has a lot of engineering in this vehicle.
Top Gear is fantastic and worth the time to watch.
It’s on BBC America, and it’s hysterically funny. Last season the BBC told them to do a segment on fuel economy, so they took 5 high end sports cars (a Ferrari, a Lamborghini, an Aston Martin, a Mercedes, and an Audi, all over $100K), put 1 gallon of gas in each and raced them around their track to see which one lasted longest. The Audi won with a whopping 5 MPG. Then they announced that as their “fuel economy tip” of the program. It was awesome.
I have not liked Jeremy Clarkson since I saw him wearing a red Che Guevara tee shirt on “Top Gear” a couple of years ago.
Ever since then, I won’t watch him.
That was just plain stupid!!! LOL Too funny
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