It's been common knowledge on t'internet for about six months now... infact may even have followed the linky from here. It was something like Stig was overheard talking during in an outtake or whatever this was posted on the web and someone recognised Ben Collins voice and put 2 and 2 together.
Nice of the Print Media to wreck a lads career because they had a slow news day though, nice touch you ******* or is his job just "colateral damage".
Hope the BBC still retain him because unlike Perry Macarthy he didn't out himself and he's dammed good at what he does.
As you said, Sir: "Ain't dat da troooof!"
It's hard to believe
(1) I have loads of other things I should be doing
(2) I am trying to keep off here
(3) I intended to keep my postcount down
....... I'm definitely going out NOW.
Looks like Top Gearâs mystery test driver has been unmasked again, and it turns out the man in the white suit is not immortal or superhuman, but is in fact President Barack Obama.
For years now literally nobody who watches the hit TV show has wanted to know the identity of its secret wheelman, but the cat is out of the bag after a White House cleaner found Obama stuffing the famous white suit into a desk drawer at the Oval office. Possibly.
When grilled further by the cleaner, Obama apparently broke down and confessed that it was he whoâd piloted monster Â£200,000 plus, 200mph-plus hypercars such as the Bugatti Veyron and the Ferrari Enzo round the Top Gear track. Or so The Mole hears.
He apparently added that when the show was off air heâd decided to use the spare time to run for President in the United States of America: âI didnât expect to win, it was just something to do until the Autumn series,â Obama told the gobsmacked cleaner, probably.
He also revealed that he now feared losing his job as the man in the white suit. âI expect being President of the United States of America is pretty full on, but Iâd hate to miss the next series because weâll probably be putting that new Ferrari round the track,â someone reckons he said once.