Yeah, I think I know too much about production to be objective...but for a one day shoot I think it's pretty amazing what they got. In terms of shots it's all a function of how many cameras, people, money, and time you have. And for internet content I think they did a great job. I can ask them what they do with all the other raw footage of in-car on the track stuff...they must have gobs of it. But remember all these segments are funded by an advertiser so they might have had time restrictions and what not.honestly if it was any better it would be on TV, hence it was a web show, not a TV show, it was good for what it was
one of the reasons why Jeremy Clarkson still has a job, funny, likes cars, lively, energetic, and a bit smart.
Try a 335iI have to agree with his "higher center of gravity" comment about the RS4... I've got a 2004 S4, and I used to have a 2004 330i ZHP... I'd switch between the cars frequently, and if I could take the drivetrain of the Audi and put it in the chassis of the BMW, I would have been a happy man indeed.