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Jeremy Clarkson's tenure as host of the BBC's Top Gear may soon come to an end. Or it may not. It all matters what BBC management ultimately decides. Clarkson himself, however, seems to believe all is lost. Speaking at a charity auction event in London, Clarkson made his first public appearance since his suspension. Helping to auction off "one last lap" of the Top Gear track in a LaFerrari, Clarkson told the crowd that "I'll drive somebody around in whatever I can get hold of. I'm sacked so it's probably an Austin Maestro. So who knows?"
He continued: "But anyway it will be my last ever lap of the Top Gear track. There was an 18-year waiting list to be in the audience of Top Gear, but the BBC has f-cked themselves. It was a great show and they've f-cked it up. Tonight's the night when you have the opportunity." For what it's worth, that LaFerrari spin sold for 100,000 pounds (roughly $148,775).