Considering that Jeremy Clarksons whole shtick was that he was a grown man acting like an idiot i'm sure it wont take the BBC long to find a suitable replacement after they took the only reasonable approach that they could and sacked him.
The BBC director general, Tony Hall, said that following the investigation the BBC had decided not to renew Clarkson’s contract, saying the presenter had 'crossed a line'.
The attack left the producer, Oisin Tymon, with a split lip and now the police are looking at charging Clarkson with possible assault charges.
The BBC has promised that Top Gear as a show will continue but it may have a very different line up as all three presenters’ contracts were due to run out at the end of this month and when asked about his future on the show, James May said: 'We are very much the three of us a package. It works for complicated reasons that a lot of people don’t fully understand. So that will require a lot of careful thought'.
As long as the BBC choose the right people to replace them, Chris Evans seems to be a name sounded out about replacing Clarkson, everything should work out fine and we will have one less violent idiot to watch although i am sure he will be snapped up by another channel after a short break.
Buenos Aires is nice this time of year i hear Jezza, and i can even suggest a number plate for you this trip that i am sure the Argentinians would find agreeable, JC T02SER.