A hobbyist drone pilot filmed the new Top Gear crew driving old and new Ford Mustangs along a bridge in the Scottish Highlands for the show.
Keith Bremner, 41, told the Western Daily Press that he was out travelling with his wife Jennifer, 40, when they spotted the yellow 2016 Ford Mustang on a bridge, and he immediately stopped and took out his camera-equipped drone to film it.
“They were speeding along the Kylesku Bridge in these fantastic Mustangs. It was marvelous to watch,” he told the news site. “I filmed the whole thing remotely from the bridge carpark. They were racing along and it was incredible. When Rory got out of the car he said hello, he was a lovely chap. He recognized the drone because he had one too,” he said of Rory Reid.
“He then told me he was enjoying filming the first Top Gear segment and joked he was doing a lot of waiting around – but like Scotland,” Bremner continued. “He was excited, friendly and more than happy to have a short chat.”
After parting ways with its famous trio of hosts, Clarkson, Hammond and May, Top Gear producers went for a seven-strong presenting team that includes, Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz, Chris Harris, Rory Reid, Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc. The new show will air its first episode on BBC on May 8.