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Chris Evans' 'Top Gear' Loses Over A Third Of Its Audience For Second Episode


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Ratings for the new series of ‘Top Gear’ have plummeted in just its second week, with audience figures dropping by more than a third. Just 2.8 million tuned into watch last night’s episode, compared with last week’s 4.4 million viewers.

Top Gear team‘Top Gear's’ audience fell by over a third in it’s second week.

The audience did grow throughout the episode, eventually peaking at 3.3 million, but it was beaten in its timeslot by both the 'Antiques Roadshow' and charity football match Soccer Aid, which peaked at 5.8million.

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Brittny Ward - Jenson Button and new girlfriend Brittny Ward arrive home in West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 9th March 2016

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Jenson Button - Celebrities and famous drivers take part in 'Race of Champions' at the Olympic Stadium in London at Former Olympic Stadium - London, United Kingdom - Friday 20th November 2015

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Jenson Button, Jessica Michibata, Jenson Button , Jessica Michibata - Jenson Button and his model wife Jessica Michibata at the Goodwood Festival of Speed near Chichester West Sussex UK, dated 27/6/15. Jessica Michibata is pictured wearing her £250,000 engagement ring that was stolen - Chichester, United Kingdom - Saturday 27th June 2015

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Jenson Button Is The Latest Name In The Top Gear Presenting Frame


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It cannot be denied that infamous motoring show Top Gear was a much-talked about programme when it was on the air headed by Jeremy Clarkson with James May and Richard Hammond in the two side kick seats. But since the trio have left the helm of the BBC programme, the factual car show has been in the news just as much as it ever was before.

Jenson ButtonThe former winner of Formula 1 may have a new role as Top Gear co-presenter

As rumours swirled about who would head up a new series, chatter has not abated about who will be in the side kick seats now Chris Evans has been revealed as its new head.

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Jenson Button - Formula 1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone - Qualifying - Silverstone, United Kingdom - Saturday 4th July 2015

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Jessica Michibata and Jenson Button - Walkabout Foundation's Inaugural Gala held at the Natural History Museum - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 27th June 2015

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1: Life On The Limit Review


Very Good

Essentially a feature-length In Memoriam reel, this entertaining Formula One documentary thrills us with its whizzy editing while it traces the sport's deadly legacy. It took some 45 years after F1's inception in 1950 for proper safety guidelines to be implemented, so watching the parade of iconic drivers, living and dead, is often quite emotional. And the film tells this story with a pumping kinetic style.

Motor racing has a long history in Europe, becoming a proper sport with the birth of Formula One in 1950. But as car-building technology developed, the safety systems didn't keep pace. So drivers were racing at double the speed without up-to-date barriers, safety equipment and emergency procedures. Between 1968 and 1974 alone, the sport lost such iconic drivers as Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt, Roger Williamson, Francois Cevert and Peter Revson in terrible crashes. Over the years the regulations were changed, but it wasn't until Ayerton Senna's shocking death in 1994 that the entire system was overhauled. And no driver has been killed in an F1 Grand Prix since.

In addition to Fassbender's enthusiastic narration, the line-up of on-screen interviewees is seriously impressive, with a collection of champions, team leaders, businessmen, journalists and others recounting their memories as the film presents a chronological history of the sport. Director-editor Crowder ramps everything up as he mixes archive film and stills with thundering music to get the adrenaline pumping. Many of these sequences generate a lot of vroom-vroom energy, even if the video trickery sometimes gets too flashy. Intriguingly, the film's most riveting segment is a single take with no edits, shot from Senna's helmet as he does a qualifying lap in Monaco.

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Video - Jenson Button Leaving Urth Cafe In West Hollywood With Friends


British Formula One driver Jenson Button, the 2009 World Driver's Champion, leaves Urth Cafe in West Hollywood to go shopping with friends
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