There's no doubt that Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson can now pick out the flashiest car for himself following the reports that he is set to net £15 million after selling his stake in a TV production company.
According to The Sun, the TV star will also remain on the popular BBC show for another three series' alongside fellow presenters Richard Hammond and James May.
It is believed that he sold his stake (30%) in the production company which owns the sales rights to the show, to BBC Worldwide, who already own 50%.
Jeremy is quids in! (WENN)
With a nice wage packet coming in, Clarkson told the publication recently: "I’ve got the best job in the world. Why would I leave?”
Clarkson, who is clearly not afraid to speak his mind, blamed Simon Cowell's X Factor for the delay of Top Gear airing on TV.
Taking to Twitter in May, the presenter wrote: "There's a rumour in internet land that there will be no more Top Gears this year. I'm afraid that apart from an Xmas special, it's true (sic).
"Would love to be back in the Autumn, but Sunday nights then will be full of fat people singing. The good news is that the longer we have to make the films, the better they will be. We will be back in January.”
He added: "Top Gear is a medium sized van. Cowell is a juggernaut. When he has finished his singing competition, our new series will start."
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