The Stelvio Pass is a mind-boggling zigzag of a road that was arguably made famous by a UK TV series which sought to drive fast cars along it. Cited as one of the best places to drive, why not make this Top Gear experience your next corporate gift?
Former Top Gear hosting trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are at the helm of DriveTribe, a new digital media platform for motorists and adventure seekers, and the business has raised a $5.5m Series A ahead of official launch in November 2016.
Ahead of the government's emergency Budget, Karan Bilimoria, founder of Cobra Beer, has unveiled the steps that chancellor George Osborne will need to take if he is to bridge the productivity gap and make Britain the best place to do business.
Jeremy Clarkson described his week as a “turbulent” affair, while he awaited the BBC's decision regarding whether the broadcaster would be renewing his contract. After days of hearing nothing, “not a sausage”, the company officially let him go.
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has dominated the headlines after being suspended following an alleged "fracas' with a producer. As the main figurehead of the TV show, he has played a leading role in its global success – bringing in significant revenue for the BBC. But can success and achieving results ever excuse bad behaviour
Jeremy Clarkson is no stranger to being told off by BBC bosses. He once joked that lorry drivers “murder prostitutes”, referred to a Ferrari as "having special needs” and called Gordon Brown a “one-eyed Scottish idiot”. But this time he may have gone a little too far.