If you thought Top Gear would calm down a bit and the presenters would start to act their age. Well you're wrong. Season 10 is one of the most ambitious, featuring some challenges that only the very brave or the very stupid would dare to undertake. Of course Top Gear is much more than just three grown men who should know better larking about. Therell be some serious car journalism in there too with exhaustive road tests of the latest models looks back at the history of motoring man versus machine experiments and weekly power tests featuring the worlds most exotic super cars.
Top Gear takes extraordinary and ordinary cars to the limit and beyond to find out if they're as good as manufacturers claim. Full of extreme stunts, challenges, celebrity appearances and weekly features, Top Gear is far more than a car show, you'll find no boring stats or impenetrable conversations about camshafts here.
Richard Hammond selects more Top Gear clips including Jeremy driving the smallest car in the world, a race across Japan between a Nissan GTR and a bullet train and a Mini is launched off a ski jump.
Richard Hammond unearths more Top Gear classics including: car football, an attempt to build their own motor-homes and a US road trip that sees the boys caught up in an aerial dogfight.
Amongst the greatest moments: Jeremy, Richard and James build their own stretch limos, a Dakar car races some extreme snowmobilers and Jeremy parks a Rolls Royce in a swimming pool.
Richard Hammond reveals more of the show's great moments including Jeremy racing a car against a mountain climber, the toughest car in the world and the hosts taking part in a 24 hour endurance race.
More gems from the archive, including a search to find the greatest driving road, an attempt to solve public transport woes and driving a brand new luxury Bentley Continental - on a Welsh rally stage.
Amongst the memorable moments: Jeremy, Richard and James take part in a classic car rally in Spain, an Apache gunship takes on a Lotus Exige and a trailer is destroyed in an unusual game of car-darts.
Richard Hammond counts down the top 41 best moments from the last decade of Top Gear. Highlights include driving up an active volcano, a supercar road trip through Romania and the identity of the Stig!
Jeremy Clarkson drives the new Jaguar F-type sports car on some of Britain's finest roads, James May takes the New Bus for London for a nice day out in the country, and Richard Hammond tests the new Range Rover Sport off-road, on track and in its most natural habitat, the lanes of Cheshire. Inspired by these machines, the presenters meet up for an epic celebration of all that is great about Britain's motor industry, culminating in a grand finale in front of Buckingham Palace.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May bring relief to flood-stricken areas of Britain by building a car that can turn into a hovercraft. After a bumpy start, the presenters demonstrate the brilliance of their creation with an eventful journey down the River Avon. Also in this show, Jeremy is on the track in the insane Mercedes SLS Black and the 739 horsepower SLS Electric while Hollywood star Hugh Jackman is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy Clarkson tests the 730 horsepower Ferrari F12 in the wide open spaces of Scotland, Richard Hammond searches for the world's best taxi, and James May pays tribute to BBC Television Centre using a motorcyclist and a pair of Parkour runners. Meanwhile, the extraordinary BAC Mono is put to the test on the track and movie director Ron Howard is the star in the brand new Reasonably Priced Car.
In the second part of the Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May continue their epic African odyssey. Having survived insane traffic, lethal mud slides and some distinctly dubious map reading, the trio and their ailing estate cars reach the climax of their quest to find the definitive source of the Nile.
In the first of a two-part Top Gear special, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are in Africa with a simple mission to find the definitive source of the Nile. Over the years many explorers claim to have already done just that, but the Top Gear trio believe that they can do better by traveling further and faster than any exploration team in history using only grit, ingenuity and three ageing estate cars.
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