Top Gear Host Honored With Plaque Marking Death Of His BBC Career

Top Gear Host Honored With Plaque Marking Death Of His BBC Career

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History now marks Simonstone Hall hotel as the final resting place of Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson’s 13-year career with the British Broadcasting Company.

Submitted to the hotel by an anonymous guest, A plaque reads “Here lies the BBC career of Jeremy Clarkson who had a fracas on this spot 4th March 2015. The rest is legend.”

After socking his Irish producer Oisin Tymon in the mouth, Clarkson, who is beloved around the world for his cheeky automotive show, was then suspended and dropped from his BBC contract. His car-loving cohorts James May and Richard Hammond quit in solidarity.

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“We were presented with this plaque from one of our guests last night!” wrote a representative of Simonstone Hall on Facebook, who posted this photo.  “We think it would be quite appropriate to put it on the patio where the fracas took place!”

The trio will be starting a new automobile-themed show in the New Year on Amazon Prime with just as much shenanigans and sabotage as ever.

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