New Top Gear books on the way

Alright, Top Gear fans, here’s the 411 on Top Gear’s new titles coming soon to a bookstore near you. That’s right, our favorite car fanatics have written more about their automobile antics and have even brought us another edition of their “Where’s Waldo?” interpretation. The book is called Where’s Stig: The World Tour and features the driver hiding in a slew of locations from Rio via Bolivia to Monte Carlo, and even the Alps. The second edition will be published as an $8.99 hardback and will be released on September 30th.

The second book is the Top Gear Official Annual and gives readers a behind the scenes look at the show itself while also giving a year’s worth of episode highlights in a fun, easy-to-read, hardback that will be out in August. Also coming out this year, September specifically, is Top Gear: 100 Fastest Cars and The Big Book of Top Gear.

The last book we’ll mention is in The World According to Clarkson series which consists of Jeremy Clarkson’s columns taken from the Sunday Times Review. It will be called How Hard Can It Be? and will be published on September 30th as a £20 hardback.

So there you have it, folks. If you are big Top Gear fans then you are sure to like at least one, if not all, of these books.

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12 comments:

  (367) posted on 03.13.2011

I love reading Top Gear books and Its so exciting to find out that a new book was released last year. There are a lot of sections from this book that you have to read, including the tour from Monte Carlo and Bolivia.

  (613) posted on 02.16.2011

I’m excited to buy my copy. I know its kinda late but am sure it’ll be worth reading. Seeing the fastest cars and crowd’s fave location in driving are one of the coolest feature in this book.

  (798) posted on 09.9.2010

haha same here, I would rather watch it over youtube than read it.

  (798) posted on 09.9.2010

haha same here, I would rather watch it over youtube than read it.

  (515) posted on 09.7.2010

same here dude. books are not for me..

  (780) posted on 09.7.2010

I think books are not in vogue anymore. Well, Andress is right, rather watch top gear on television or be updated to all of those websites and blogs all over the internet.

  (939) posted on 09.5.2010

I can’t wait till they deliver it to me, just ordered one right now.

  (708) posted on 08.31.2010

They should also release an ebook of this one. They already have a lot of thing including a game launched for iPads and iPhones.

  (309) posted on 08.27.2010

Why would you need books about cars if you can easily watch it on TV

  (647) posted on 07.20.2010

Uh, shouldn’t it be called, "Where’s The Stig"? I mean, he’s called The Stig.

  (808) posted on 07.16.2010

I think books are not in vogue anymore. Well, Andress is right, rather watch top gear on television or be updated to all of those websites and
blogs all over the internet.

  (1333) posted on 07.15.2010

I really hate books, i’d rather watch the top gear on television than reading the book version.

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