What's The Better Trio: The Ex 'Top Gear' Guys Or This Supercar Holy Trinity?

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Luckily you don't need to pick just one.

Comparison tests are all too common nowadays, especially when it comes to top-flight supercars. Unfortunately, Ferrari isn’t too keen on allowing people to race the LaFerrari with the McLaren P1 or the Porsche 918. This will soon change because according to Jeremy Clarkson’s latest tweet, filming for the former "Top Gear" trio's Amazon show has begun. A picture shows the ex BBC stars standing in front of none other than the holy trinity of supercars. They are all at a race track with a skeleton crew behind them.

Chris Harris doesn’t seem to be missing out on the action either. He alerted us to his presence at the event by posting an epic image of the LaFerrari, 918, and the P1 sliding around a corner, presumably at the filming of this soon-to-air comparison. Gearheads worldwide can now rejoice as it seems we will finally see two trios that we have been waiting on for ages, the holy supercar trinity and the winning combination of Clarkson, May, and Hammond.

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