According to MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, it is official….
Getting a job presenting the BBC’s hit motor show Top Gear has topped the polls of the perfect and ideal dream job for men.
Stepping into the shoes of Top Gear presenters, Jeremy Clarkson, 51, James May, 48 and Richard Hammond, 41, is what almost a third of the male population are dreaming of doing.
Top Gear originally came to the BBC network in 1977 as a conventional motoring magazine show, but the show relaunched in 2002 Â broadcasting Â their seventeenth successful series on June 26, pulling in an estimated viewing audience of more than 350 million motoring addicts from all around the world.
The show features include, Â races, challenges, power laps, best priced cars and at the end of every Autumn present an award is presented to the presenters favourite car of the year with overall rule that each of them must be in total agreement with the selected choice. Last years award went to Citroen DS3.
The presenting job that many men are dreaming of doing right now in every corner of the country whilst they hum the shows well known theme tune, ‘Jessica’ , is all brought to the shows increasing army of motoring fans courtesy of the Â controversial all male TV presenters, Clarkson, May and Hammond, each of whom have earned respect, fame, Â and criticism for their individual styles of Â humour and TV presenting skills.