Jeremy Clarkson’s Q&A session at China Exchange


China Exchange have uploaded their complete Q&A session with Jeremy Clarkson, where he discussed the challenge of naming his new Amazon Prime show, Top Gear’s best bits, views on the London Mayoral elections and Brexit, the curious role of losing one’s temper in being awarded the Victoria Cross; and more petrol-head talk than a driverless, hydrogen powered car could fit in its boot!

This live, public talk and Q&A, hosted by Sir David Tang, was recorded at China Exchange in Chinatown, London, UK on 3 May 2016.

Based in Brisbane, Australia, Sean has loved cars his entire life. At 21 he launched the popular 80’s Falcon forum, then at 24 created, one of the most popular Top Gear fansites in the world.


  1. I just thought of a name. They should call the show ‘Carmite’ like Marmite but with cars because you either love the trio or hate them.