James May on his near-death experience and new Top Gear
He is lucky to be alive!
James May is known for being 'captain slow' but this near death experience proves he is much more of a risk-taker than we believed.
James was flying a light aircraft in strong winds and ended up upside down on the runway which could have ended horrifically. Luckily he was left unharmed and just knocked his knee. He also had a passenger on board but he wasn't badly injured.
James May also talks about what he thinks of the new Top Gear and his friend, Chris Harris. It is a nice little interview and made me want to watch the new special even more.