We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.
Freddie Flintoff, Chris Harris and Paddy McGuinness have returned for a brand new series of Top Gear. The latest round of motor antics is the third series the trio have filmed together and the presenters have taken on a whole host of hair-raising stunts over their time on the BBC show. However, as the trio prepare to tackle one of their toughest challenges yet, the Wall of Death, Paddy revealed what he’d like to do next.
In the upcoming episode, the trio each buy a sporty insurance write-off for £6,000.
They will take part in three challenges at the Top Gear test track before making their cars road legal again.
Freddie, Paddy and Chris will then take on the Wall of Death inside an empty Alexandra Palace.
Viewers will watch them individually drive vertically at 50mph on the massive circular wall.
Read more: Chris Evans: Virgin Radio DJ baffled over Claudia Winkleman comment
The presenters are used to taking on death-defying stunts and their latest efforts haven’t put them off future challenges.
In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, the trio were asked what they’d like to do next on the show.
Paddy revealed: We’re talking about this earlier we’ve all got different ideas.
“I’d like to revisit classic stunts you’ve seen in films and go to places where they did it and try to recreate some really tricky ones.
“For instance when the car spins around on the bridge in one of the James Bond movies, I’d love to have a go at something like that.”
Freddie quipped: “I’d like to go into space but I’m not sure the budget would stretch to that.”
“There are loads of things that I’d love to do,” Chris added.
“I’d like to do 300 miles an hour in a car. I’m talking about a car with a number plate.”
Ben Shephard returns to GMB as he makes big Tipping Point announcement [INSIGHT]
Midsomer Murders series 22 confirmed as Neil Dudgeon and Nick return [LATEST]
Strictly Come Dancing professional first to sign up to I’m A Celeb [VIDEO]
“Really?” Paddy questioned. “I can’t see that happening for a while.”
“Yeah but you know if it goes wrong you’re not going to have long to think about it,” Chris joked.
Addressing the Wall of Death stunt, Chris joked Paddy’s near-death experience left him unfazed.
Chris explained: “When Paddy’s car came off the Wall [of Death]. He was so ecstatic that he’d done it.”
“He had no idea that his left rear suspension had completely collapsed and the wheel looked totally broken.
“He was there going, ‘Yeah, this is brilliant and you’ve just nearly died.’”
Explaining himself, Paddy said: “I think it’s that sense of elation like, ‘Thank God I’m done. The next person is up now and I can relax.’”
“The whole upper link of your resuspension had failed,” Chris added.
Top Gear continues on BBC One Sunday at 8pm
Source: Read Full Article