Top Gear In this country there's a programme about cars. It a group of blokes driving around a track, marvelling at engine sizes, alloy wheels and celebrities trying to beat each others track times. Basically boys and boys toys. Last year, one of the presenters was seriously injured during filming in a high speed car going at 280mph. He miraculously survived with no major physical injuries. He did receive brain injury from the force but has recovered from that much quicker than doctors expected, left hospital and has been told to take it easy. I cant quite get to grips about how I feel about this. I didn't want this guy to die but for him to walk away from such a serious, high speed crash with no ill effects is somehow a shame. I cant help but feel that it just goes to further validate what the programme shows, that high speed driving is fine and safe. I wouldn't wish PTSD on my worst enemy BUT if this guy had suffered some sort of fall out after his crash then he would have been in a perfect position to voice it to the public. To maybe try and educate people that there can be a result to their actions on the road. The footage of the presenters crash is going to be aired tonight.