So did a lot of other people.
And a lot of people have given their views on it - including Fleet Street people.
The guy in The Independent didn't like it much. I did enjoy his writing style though. Unusually for The Telegraph, their reviewer didn't hate car programmes. But, over all, he reckoned it could probably do better. The Guardian didn't bother reviewing it so let their readers do it instead. Guardian readers are not known for having petrol running through their veins so, not unsurprisingly, they gave it a general thumbs-down.
Which brings us around to me.
I thought it had its moments.
Not too many of them though. The Corvette/Viper shoot-out could have been done just as well without the shooting bit.
And the road-trip to Blackpool just didn't do anything for me.
Top Gun pukey bloke and the Blackpool Lord Mayor were both quite good. And the cinematography was up to the excellent standards of Clarkson Top Gear.
But something was still missing.
Apart from "The News" which was always one of my favourite bits of the show.
Which brings us to the comedy rule of three. Here's the Wiki explanation of it.
They need Eddie Jordan or Chris Harris in the studio and on the road trips so that two of them can always pick on the third. Then, as the chemistry between them kicks in, we will have a good show - like, The Goodies or Last of the Summer Wine which, let's face it, Clarkson, Hammond & May were definitely turning in to. Having said that, I am noticing that Chris Evans appears to be turning into Foggy Dewhurst:
There was no sign of Jordan, Harris or Rory Reid - Reid being the one worrying me most simply because I had no experience of his work. I needn't have feared though - he turned up on Extra Gear on the BBC iPlayer (or BBC Three if you are being pedantic) in a little 25 minutes after-show alongside Chris Harris. It included a comedy guest (Chris Ramsey) and "The News". I have to say, I enjoyed it more than I enjoyed Top Gear.
Still no mention of Jordan - who I used to enjoy being the grumpy one when appearing on the BBC F1 coverage with Martin Brundle & David Coulthard - rule of three again.
So, still early days, give them chance to gel and let's see what we end up with. I'm not convinced that the writing is as sharp as Clarkson's - although there were a few good bits like, "We got custody!" and maybe Evans needs to calm down a bit. Whatever happens, I think TG has a future (as does GT - Clarkson and Co have a name at last) - even if it is with Harris & Reid.