Los Angeles - Jeremy Clarkson felt "sad" driving around the Top Gear track for the final time.
The 55-year-old TV star - who was sacked by the BBC earlier this year for punching a producer in a row over a steak - drove around the show's track at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey in aid of charity.
Before embarking on the lap, Jeremy asked his Twitter followers which of three sports cars - two Ferraris and a Mercedes-Benz - he should use, saying:
Right. About to do my last ever lap of the Top Gear test track. What car should I use? pic.twitter.com/xbaZkEi3sE— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) July 13, 2015
And following the lap, Jeremy revealed the mixed emotions he experienced having taken to the track for one final run.
My last ever lap of the Top Gear track is done. Bit sad leaving the place for the final time.— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) July 13, 2015
2 good things about the last lap. It raised a load of cash for a good cause. And I did the motherfucker of all tail slides through Chicago.— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) July 13, 2015
Meanwhile, Jeremy's replacement, Chris Evans, recently said he has "big shoes" to fill and the responsibility has led him to feel like sci-fi character Doctor Who.
He said: "There have been 34 presenters before me, so it's a bit like Doctor Who.
"When I took over Terry Wogan's Radio 2 show, people kept saying 'I had big shoes to fill' and they keep saying it again now.
"By the way, Jeremy is very tall, so they're even bigger shoes to fill."