Top Gear’s Stig Autobiography May Get Him Fired
The current Stig, the famous Top Gear test driver, hidden behind a white petticoat, plans to publish his autobiography. Revealing the identity would end the contract with Top Gear. Sources within the BBC’s famous claim that Britain Stig, Top Gear shows star, plans to publish his autobiography in the future. Pilot testing, which has never shown his face before, could end his career in Top Gear Team, walking on the footsteps of his predecessor, the Black Stig, who was exiled from the same point.
Old Stig has published autobiography without the BBC approve when fans learned the true identity of the man behind the slip: Perry McCarthy, a former Formula 1 pilot. Auto show successful filmmakers decided then to fake a tragic end famous Black Stig, whose place was taken immediately by the current star of the broadcast show.
It is understood that disclosure of the identity is contingent on a contract that Stig wants to violate it, even at the risk of losing their place in the show.
It seems that the driver behind the slip is dissatisfied with the remuneration received by the BBC, much lower than stars Jeremmy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond.