Four Top Gear Live shows scheduled to take place at the weekend have been put on hold due to uncertainty around Jeremy Clarkson’s future, following his ‘fracas’ with a producer.
The shows, due to take place in Norway on 27 and 28 March, will be rescheduled for later in the year, the BBC has said.
Around 18,000 tickets are believed to have been sold for the event – and fans are complaining that they won’t be reimbursed for hotel bookings or transport arrangements made to see the show.
It’s believed that they will be able to get a full refund on tickets (thought to cost £45 – £100 each) if they can’t make the new dates.
Other Top Gear Live events, scheduled at cities around the world including London later this year, are scheduled to run as normal.
On Friday, a petition with a million signatures calling for Clarkson’s job to be saved was delivered in a tank to the BBC by a man dressed as the Stig.