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Top Gear has special permit revoked by Norway after supercar travels 3 times a speed extent in underwater tunnel

Top Gear had a special speed looseness revoked after one of a supercars strike 3 times a speed extent in Norway.

Norway Police postulated accede for for cars to transport adult to 87mph in a 3.5 mile Atlantic Ocean Tunnel for a strike BBC2 show.

However, a special looseness was quashed after one of a show’s cars trafficked during a towering 151mph in a 50mph hovel – 64mph over a speed limit.

Top Gear have now been criminialized from filming above a speed extent in a Atlantic Ocean Tunnel after sensors alerted a authorities to a motor’s towering speed.

Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris were not in a area during a time
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It is not nonetheless famous who was behind a circle of a vehicle, though a military are unfortunate to find out who was responsible.

Police arch Anne Berit Lian told The Sun : “At present, one can't establish who is behind a speed violations. The review is directed during uncovering this. Permits to surpass a speed extent have been revoked.

A BBC orator added: “We are entirely co-operating with a police.”

Norway have revoked a special speed licence
(Photo: BBC)

According to a BBC, presenter Matt LeBlanc, 49, and sidekick Chris Harris, 42, were not in a area during a time.

The hovel had been sealed off for filming after Top Gear took a Ferrari GTC4 Lusso and a Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo to Romsdal.

Filming continued on Friday Jun 23, though with both cars travelling during a 50mph limit.

Top Gear 2016,Matt LeBlanc

Top Gear strike speed extent problems in 2016 as well
(Photo: BBC)

This is not a initial time a strike TV programme has got into problem over a speed limit.

In 2016, producers had designed to underline a Ferrari and a Lamborghini in Romsdal.

The supercars were shipped over and roads closures were requisitioned as partial of a £250,000 shoot.

But, filming had to be scrapped after Norway military refused to adult a 50mph limit.

Article source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/top-gear-special-license-revoked-10680443

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