Nope, the new series of Top Gear isn't quite advanced enough for space travel. Yet… This here is a press picture for James May on the Moon, which follows Top Gear, at 9.00pm (it's only 40 years since man first made his small step onto the lunar surface, wouldn't you know). But first, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and Mr. May compete in a Fifties-style race from London to Edinburgh. On the footplate of the A1 Tornado steam train, Jeremy has to feed the boiler with a constant supply of coal, Richard braves the saddle of a Vincent Black Shadow motorbike and James drives an old Jaguar XK120 as the trio discover what Top Gear might have been like 60 years ago. It's a far cry from the "Vomit Comet" may will be enduring at 9.00pm.