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Ex-'Top Gear' hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond recently signed up to make a car show for Amazon Prime Instant Video. But it seems it's still in the very early stages.

In fact, May told the BBC that "nothing has happened" yet with the show.

"I can't tell you anything about it," he told his former employer. "All we've done so far is possibly found an office to work from. We haven't got a name, we haven't decided on any of the content. Nothing has happened."

However, May may be being coy. It was recently discovered that the trademarks 'Gear Knobs' and 'Gear Nobs' were registered by Clarkson's law firm Olswang back in June.

Along with ex-'Top Gear' producer Andy Wilman, the trio have signed up to three series of the show on Amazon. The show is said to have a £160 million budget to spend on 26 hour-long episodes.



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