The BBC is expected to shelf the remainder of the current Top Gear TV show after allegations that presenter Jeremy Clarkson clocked the shows producer.
Despite a petition of 500,000 names to reinstate the presenter, it is becoming likely that he will be replaced by Prime Minister, David Cameron.
Mr Cameron who is said to have the same self serving, politically incorrect and arrogant qualities of Clarkson would be perfect for the show say BBC insiders. Not only that, he will be available for work quite shortly and has never punched anybody before.
Another petition has already begun to prevent Mr Cameron from achieving the vacant position. However, Downing Street remain tight lipped about the matter as they have all fingers crossed that his party will return to government in the forthcoming elections.