Not in the days when Angela Rippon and Chris Goffey showed their journalistic credibility by investigating the boot space on Morris Itals .
The guy with Caterham's blue Super Seven press car is Jon Bryant from SnappyRacers. He's the photographer for Caterham Motorsport and has provided most of the pics for my articles! Talented behind a camera and a really funny, nice guy
I had the pleasure of meeting Jon for the first time at your last race at Brands Rob. A fantastic photographer and a thoroughly nice guy, and it was great to be able to thank him in person for the fact that he's supplied photos to Lowflying for as long as I can remember!
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I understand that in the last episode McGinty managed to trash a Lambo that had been lent to the show, and on a public road, at that.
Boy, that man's lack of talent knows no limits! Perhaps he should stick to Peel P50 reviews.
He will have been well insured. My twelve year old has enjoyed the last few episodes so I think they are getting the level right again
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I'm sure the insurance was in place, but these people are supposed to have a modicum of driving ability. Clearly, putting someone like McGinty in a car like the Lambo was a pretty catastrophic error of judgement. The man cannot drive and should not be let loose in machinery that is patently way beyond his very limited ability.
It was the fact that he lost it on a public road that p*ssed me off most and that he seemed to think it was OK and terribly funny.
The blue SV about 4 rows back from the stage next to a very nice 1920's Bentley, belongs to L7C member Micheal Hodson, we were there for the filming of two episodes, the first and one yet to be shown.
The VT of the Lambo crash was cut right down, the original in car footage was not nice.
I'm surprised they showed it at all, to be honest. Did no one any favours - especially the pillock driving it.