Written by IN SEINE

Thursday, 1 January 2009

image for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to star in Top Gear
'Christine' gets ready for Top Gear.

In what is expected to be a fascinating show, some of the greatest motors to appear on the big screen will be examined and critiqued by the 'Monsters of the Automotive world'; Jeremy Clarkson, James May and 'Little Richard'Hammond.. The cars will be judged for their unique abilities, their film appeal, their cost, condition fuel economy and of course speed. All the cars will be driven round the test track by The Stig, the show's pet racing driver.

It is not known for sure which cars will be appearing as yet but BBC Motoring correspondents have confirmed that children's favourite, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will be taking part. Created by Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond 007 spy novels, the car will no doubt be packed with innovative gadgets- some of which, were not shown in the film.

They told In Seine News;

"We do know that the car can fly and as James May holds a pilot's licence, we think it is better entrusted to him. We also believe that cars have feelings and as Clarkson has slagged-off so many of them in his time, there is ample opportunity for them to seek revenge. Also we don't want The Stig pressing the wrong buttons!"

"We are currently in negotiations with 'Herbie' who is known to be very bitter about the trio 'mickey-taking of the beetle in the Trans-Africa Challenge in which the Beetle was the only car to complete the journey with no adaptations whatsoever. 'Christine' the cannibal Cadillac is showing interest as is the Old V8 Interceptor that appeared on Mad Max 2." They said excitedly.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Cars, Top Gear

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