Chris Evans Getting Car Sick In An Audi R8 May Mean 'Top Gear' Is Screwed

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Seriously, can it get any worse?

Another day and there’s another report that reveals how poorly the new "Top Gear" is going. After the last report we didn’t think it could get any worse, but this time the news is truly shocking. According to a report by the UK’s Mirror, sources indicate that Chris Evans became car sick during filming. After going for a drive in an Audi R8 V10 with co-star Sabine Schmitz, Evans was seen suffering from motion sickness. This sounds damn bad, especially considering the fact that Evans wasn't even behind the wheel at the time.

German racing driver Schmitz was driving the R8 V10 around the track in Monterey, California, before pulling over to let Evans out of the supercar. We knew Mazda Raceway was a gut-wrenching racetrack, but one would assume that an enthusiast would be able to cope with the speed and ferociousness of a supercar. The pictures revealed a queasy Evans hunching over with a bottle of water in hand as he tried to recover from the drive. The report indicates that Evans retched after being driven around by Schmitz. Evans may be an enthusiast and have a large selection of supercars, but it doesn’t look like he has the stomach to put on a good show.

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