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In Season 22 Episode 7, he drove a rallycross Volkswagen Polo, with the assistance of the Top Gear USA presenter Tanner Foust, who also lapped him in the final 30 seconds of the semi-finals in the rallycross, entering James into the Guinness World Records as the first person to get lapped in rallycross.Following the BBC's decision not to renew Jeremy Clarkson's contract with the show on 25 March 2015, He flew in a Royal Air Force Eurofighter Typhoon at a speed of around 1320 mph (2124 km/h) for his television programme, James May's 20th Century.He has written the book May on Motors (2006), which is a collection of his published articles, and co-authored Oz and James's Big Wine Adventure (2006), based on the TV series of the same name. Notes From The Hard Shoulder and James May's 20th Century, a book to accompany the television series of the same name, were published in 2007.He wrote the afterword to Long Lane with Turnings, published in September 2006, the final book by motoring writer L. May confessed that in 1992 he was dismissed from Autocar magazine after putting together an acrostic in one issue.May has presented other programmes on themes including science and technology, toys, wine culture, and the plight of manliness in modern times.He wrote a weekly column for The Daily Telegraph's motoring section from 2003 to 2011.After graduating, May briefly worked at a hospital in Chelsea as a records officer, and had a short stint in the civil service.He has since written for several publications, including the regular column England Made Me in Car Magazine, articles for Top Gear magazine, and a weekly column in The Daily Telegraph. In the same month he co-presented a tribute to Raymond Baxter.
He has also presented a series called James May's Man Lab.
In August 2009, May built a full-sized house out of Lego at Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey.
and an attempt at the world's longest working model railway along the Tarka Trail between Barnstaple and Bideford in North Devon, although the attempt was foiled due to parts of the track being stolen and vandals placing coins on the track, causing a short circuit.
May's original message, when punctuated, reads: "So you think it's really good, yeah?
You should try making the bloody thing up; it's a real pain in the arse." The editors of Autocar missed the 'joke' and only became aware of it when readers started calling in about it, thinking there might be a prize.As of 2016 he is a director of the production company W.