This was bound to happen eventually.
Following what is being described as a "fracas" with a producer, Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended by the BBC. No other details have been given, and even Clarkson himself has been uncharacteristically quiet following this incident. We do know that nobody else was suspended, suggesting that this was a different sort of incident than last year's when the Top Gear team sort of generally pissed off all of Argentina with a license plate.
Top Gear, and Clarkson in particular, have created a big stir on quite a lot of occasions. And after an incident that allegedly took place off-camera back in May, Clarkson had been give his "last warning," with the BBC reportedly telling him he'd be fired if he made "one more offensive remark, anywhere, at any time." So it's very possible that this is indeed what happened, but we don't really know. What we do know is that Top Gear will not be airing this Sunday, and from the way things sound, it's possible it will be even longer than that before we see it again. Don't take our word on the last part though, that's just speculation.