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Top Gear Nachfolger Staffel 4 (2020): Madagaskar-Special von "The Grand Tour" auf Amazon

ab Nach der Kontroverse rund um die Entlassung von Jeremy Clarkson und der gescheiterten Vertragsverlängerung von Richard Hammond und James May wurde am Juni der als Radiomoderator bekannt gewordene Chris Evans als. The Grand Tour ist der inoffizielle Nachfolger von Top Gear, nachdem die Moderatoren Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond und James May. Schwamm drüber, schließlich zeigt der neue Titel auch, dass sich die Moderatoren von "Top Gear" endgültig abnabelt haben. Das Interesse ist. Als Nachfolger-Serie von "Top Gear" startet "The Grand Tour" heute bei Amazon Prime Video - als Autoshow der etwas anderen Art. der Auto-Show "Top Gear" nach der Staffel verkündet hatte (TV Wunschliste berichtete), hat die BBC nun die beiden Nachfolger benannt.

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Am November startet „The Grand Tour“ auf Amazon Video in Ultra HD. Ein erster Trailer zum Top Gear-Nachfolger steht bereits auf Amazon. Ludwigsburg Fans des TV-Automobilklassikers "Top Gear" können es kaum erwarten, am Freitag startet mit "The Grand Tour" der Nachfolger. ab Nach der Kontroverse rund um die Entlassung von Jeremy Clarkson und der gescheiterten Vertragsverlängerung von Richard Hammond und James May wurde am Juni der als Radiomoderator bekannt gewordene Chris Evans als. Ludwigsburg Fans des TV-Automobilklassikers "Top Gear" können es kaum erwarten, am Freitag startet mit "The Grand Tour" der Nachfolger. London Nach nur einer Staffel ist Schluss: Der neue Moderator der britischen Autosendung "Top Gear" hört angesichts schwacher. Am November startet „The Grand Tour“ auf Amazon Video in Ultra HD. Ein erster Trailer zum Top Gear-Nachfolger steht bereits auf Amazon. Amazons Autoshow "The Grand Tour" wird auch vor deutschem Publikum gedreht. Tickets für Jeremy Clarkson und Co. verquickt der. Top-Gear-Nachfolger in den Startlöchern. Newsartikel. Das dürfte Petrolheads rund um die Welt erfreuen: Die Dreharbeiten für die.

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The segment received extensive complaints in regards to some of the content in it. One series of complaints was against a remake of a VW advertisement, which seemed to show the actor in it committing suicide on-screen, with Ofcom investigating and later ruling that there had been no editorial justification for its inclusion.

Minutes after the episode's broadcast, the advert was uploaded to YouTube and spurred angry comments from Polish viewers.

A spokeswoman for the show told the Daily Mail that the BBC had only received a handful of complaints, but expected the number submitted to Ofcom to be higher.

In an article for The Guardian , Jodie Matthews accused the show, particularly Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond, of using the word " pikey " during the final episode when discussing about the saloons that Hammond had been reviewing, or alluding to it as Clarkson did by claiming that one of the saloons would be a "perfect car for anyone whose business is selling pegs and heather".

She further stated in her article that it would popularise the racist term for Gypsies and Travellers, reinforce traveller stereotypes and legitimise past racist attitudes that had been deemed no longer appropriate, further commenting that she hoped rumours that the motoring show wouldn't be returning at the time her article was published , turned out to be true.

Top Gear series Top Gear Season 13 Promotional poster. Main article: List of Top Gear episodes. Broadcasters' Audience Research Board.

Top Gear News Blog. Top Gear TV series. Retrieved 27 August Michael Schumacher". London: The Times. Archived from the original on 24 June The presenters tried to host a drive time radio show on BBC Southern Counties Radio in Brighton, but ended up with many complaints from the listeners.

This was mainly because Clarkson's travel bulletins focussed on hounding motorists he could see dawdling on CCTV , rather than issuing the more normal information on the location of problem areas caused by such people and how to avoid them.

The presenters were set the challenge of building amphibious cars, and using them to get to—and across—a two-mile-wide reservoir. Hammond transformed a Volkswagen camper van into a narrowboat -style "damper van;" Clarkson attached an outboard motor to a modified Toyota Hilux pick-up truck, which he dubbed the "Toybota".

May fitted a Triumph Herald with a mast and sails. This caused clearance problems on the road and he had to take an alternative route when on land due to a "low bridge.

Both the Herald and Hilux performed well in the water, however the Herald was slow due to the sails. Clarkson drove the Hilux at high speeds in the water and was making good progress, however he rolled it over while trying to enter the pier.

May was eventually voted the winner by the studio audience. Winner: May [nb 1]. Clarkson bought a Mercedes-Benz S and designed his perfect interior based upon his imagined perfect house.

The car, dubbed " Anne Hathaway's Cottage ", featured a wood-burning stove, kitchen chairs, a flagstone floor, and wood with a cement base weighing approximately two tons , even plastering the door trim.

James May and Richard Hammond then tested the car. A lack of seat belts and unsecured seats meant they tumbled around inside the car.

Eventually, with May holding Hammond's seat, a 0—60 time of Sir Jackie Stewart claimed that he could cut down any of the presenters' driving time around a race circuit by 20 seconds, so James took him up on the offer and they used a TVR Tuscan at Oulton Park.

Clarkson, May and Hammond went on a caravan holiday in Dorset to try to find out more about caravanning, bringing along an Elddis Shamal XL as their caravan.

The trio unsuccessfully tried to have fun and caused numerous traffic jams. May crashed the caravan into a bollard. Hammond and the show's pet labradoodle , Top Gear dog were kidnapped by an elderly female fan.

Clarkson "accidentally" set the caravan and its neighbour on fire while trying to cook chips. The presenters, based at Knockhill Racing Circuit in Fife , were set the task of building a Caterham Seven Kit car from scratch and drive past the starting line, faster than the time it would take The Stig to reach the track from the Caterham showroom in Caterham using a pre-built Caterham Seven Kit car.

The presenters won the challenge because The Stig was stopped by the traffic police just 3 miles from the finish.

The Stig "exercised his right to remain silent," and was taken into custody. The team decided to test some vans by being roadies for The Who.

They concluded that the cheapest van for the task at hand should always be used. Subsequently, Clarkson admitted that the feature was not the greatest of ideas.

This feature was directly followed by the Man with a van cheap car challenge. The presenters decided to speed up the road works on the D near Bidford in Warwickshire.

According to the County Council, it would take an entire week, but the Top Gear team achieved it in just one day although they did have 32 men working with them.

According to the film, Clarkson prevented them from having proper meal breaks and instead fed them on the berries growing on the bushes by the side of the road.

However, for tea, Hammond provided fish and chips for all the workmen. The team worked through the entire day and night to get the job done.

Jeremy decided to motivate the men by putting on Margaret Thatcher speeches on a loudspeaker and saying "The sooner you're done, the sooner I'll turn her off.

Hammond and May tried to convert a Reliant Robin into a space shuttle. They were given 12 days to build it [5] and help from the United Kingdom Rocketry Association.

Eight tonnes of thrust was required to launch the Robin—the largest non-commercial rocket launch undertaken in Europe.

The Reliant Robin took off; everything seemed to be working until a release bolt attaching the Robin to the fuel tank failed to detach.

The combined result spiraled out of control and crashed on a nearby hillside. The presenters decided to grow their own environmentally friendly petrol by planting rapeseed in a field.

For this challenge, each presenter needed to research and acquire a tractor. Each presenter then took part in a series of challenges at the airfield, including a "drag race," in which they raced each other while dragging something found around the airfield.

In the end, it was discovered May had ordered the wrong type of seed, so they ended up with gallons of Biodiesel which was later used for the Britcar hour endurance race.

The presenters were sent out to buy normal cars that are available in Britain, then turn them into stretch limousines. Once the presenters had built their limos, they had to chauffeur three celebrities across London to the Brit Awards.

Hammond chauffeured Jamelia in a MG F "Sports Limo," arriving with a stuck throttle and having to assist her exit with a pool ladder.

Clarkson chauffeured Chris Moyles using a greatly lengthened, dual rear axle Fiat Panda , which as originally engineered had not been road legal, and arriving with only half a car after it split in two before reaching its destination.

Clarkson claimed victory as he got one photograph of his celebrity published in a newspaper. However, as his co-presenters pointed out, the image appeared in Clarkson's own newspaper column in The Sun to which he responded that they both also have newspaper columns that they could have used.

In the end the truck won, although the sled overtook them at one point while they were crossing the first of two fields of ice boulders.

The Hilux used by the camera crew would later appear in Series fifteen, Episode One , modified to be able to drive near Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland to obtain a lava rock.

The presenters made a second attempt to use amphibious cars—this time to cross the English Channel. All three presenters modified their original designs: Clarkson created an amphibious Nissan pickup truck; Hammond used a "new" Volkswagen Transporter ; May upgraded and used the same Triumph Herald he had used in the original challenge.

May was unable to sail the Herald out of the harbour, sinking twice and damaging the vehicle beyond repair. Hammond's Transporter worked well initially, but the engine was damaged in rough seas, necessitating the use of an outboard engine.

It eventually flooded and sank. Clarkson won, while carrying his co-presenters, in his "Nissank" on the trip. The presenters had aimed for Calais , but missed, finishing in Sangatte.

They also attempted and failed to break the record set by Richard Branson for the fastest crossing of the Channel in an amphibious vehicle.

Winner: Clarkson. Hammond sets out to complete two laps around Stowe Circuit at Silverstone driving the Renault R25 Formula One car, which took both the driver's with Fernando Alonso and constructor's championship titles in the Formula One season.

In the previous series, the presenters planted their own biofuel crop, which was rapeseed. However, due to an ordering blunder made by James May they accidentally made gallons worth of biodiesel.

In order to dispose of it, they took part in the Britcar hour endurance race at Silverstone Circuit using a modified BMW d.

However, with help from The Stig , they eventually finished third in class and 39th overall, despite a fuel pump failure, only just making the start, several fuel leaks, going off the track many times, and a Mosler crashing into Hammond.

The presenters were challenged to make an ordinary car lap the track as fast as a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X , which has a time of 1 minute 28 seconds, using only the price difference from that ordinary car to a used Lancer Evo as their budget.

They did not know what car they would have to work with. Despite May's prediction of a Hyundai Accent 3-cylinder diesel, the car was revealed to be a Renault Avantime.

Notwithstanding various modifications—including wheels, tyres, brakes, the exhaust of an unknown TVR , the rear wing from a Super Aguri F1 car which was later taken off , a wooden front splitter which caught fire —the presenters were unable to beat the Evo's time.

They did improve on the original time by 7. The presenters noted that the other modifications generally didn't help, and some even made the car slower.

The only modifications that did work properly cost little beyond the time, effort and relatively simple equipment used.

The presenters were challenged to drive from Basel , Switzerland to Blackpool , England, on a single tank of fuel, in order to switch on the Blackpool Illuminations.

Although each presenter chose a different route, Clarkson estimated the distance as approximately miles. Each presenter chose diesel vehicles: Jeremy used a Jaguar XJ6 Diesel , and in spite of using every feature in the car, and driving uneconomically, completed the journey.

James May , driving a Subaru Legacy , arrived 40 minutes after Clarkson. Several entries were made, including one stating while the Scirocco wasn't fast it was economical, a rehash of a previous Golf ad, and one detailing a funeral slightly spoiled by Clarkson.

All were rejected, leading Clarkson and May to create separate ads. Clarkson won with references to World War II.

The presenters were challenged to create their own electric car that would rival the G-Wiz.

The first car, nicknamed " Geoff ", was put through its paces in the city of Oxford , before being re-built as the Hammerhead-i Eagle Thrust.

The Hammerhead underwent a number of safety tests at the Motor Industry Research Association , with the Top Gear trio attempting to fool the examiners by using simple camera trickery.

It was then reviewed by Autocar magazine, with the team disappointed by the review, while making a reference to OFCOM , the telecommunications regulator.

Due to the problems Britain suffered during the previous winter with snow, and local authorities not having the money to spend on road clearing equipment, the presenters came up with the idea of the Snowbine Harvester to save money, working on the theory combine harvesters were sitting idle during winter months so were readily available with a cheap conversion kit.

The team fitted a snowplough to the front of a used Claas Dominator. It was also converted to a gritter using the grain chute, capable of blasting grit through the windows of nearby cars.

A flamethrower was fitted at the rear, operated by Jeremy, and a Bovril boiler in the cab for James to counter the lack of heating.

During testing in Norway, the team blasted grit through a house window, set fire to a man and ran into a car hidden by snow.

They then successfully ploughed a road that had not previously been ploughed that winter. The team admitted that this was an unusual challenge in that they were ultimately "ambitious and successful" - contrary to the usual challenge results.

The presenters believed that train travel in the UK is too expensive, and the main reason is that trains are expensive to build.

They first of all converted a 5. The Jaguar was unable to pull the four "carriages" due to their weight, and the Jaguar's rear-wheel-drive.

The presenters split into two teams, with Clarkson taking the Jaguar and promising to build a "Train GTI", and Hammond and May converting a four-wheel-drive Audi S8 to pull the existing carriages.

The presenters with their respective creations then raced from "near Leicester " Leicester North to "near Loughborough " Loughborough Central on the Great Central Railway with a number of railway experts as passengers.

Clarkson won the race despite having been caught behind Hammond and May at times and almost colliding with No.

Meanwhile, the Buffet car on Hammond's and May's train had caught fire, and after stopping short of Loughbourough, the "scum class" carriage was hit and destroyed by passing diesel locomotive D Leicestershire and Derbyshire Yeomanry.

The presenters are tasked with creating their own off-road mobility scooters for rambling in the Welsh countryside.

Clarkson builds an eight-wheeler with two engines from two electric scooters, with lawnmower wheels. May makes an electric wheelchair and Hammond creates his machine from a mobility trike and a petrol powered builders' wheelbarrow, with a single wheel at the front and crawler tracks at the back The task ends with a race in the countryside against three wounded soldiers.

Only Hammond manages to finish the race, with Clarkson's scooter falling down a hill into a set of trees, and May aborting the mission and getting stuck outside a pub near Crickhowell.

Chris and Matt are tasked with finding the perfect convertible supercar for all weather. Both are told to report in Las Vegas for a series of challenges along a mile road trip from Las Vegas to the Sierra Nevada mountains.

The first challenge, named "Spring", was held at Spring Mountain Raceway, where they have to complete a lap of the track with the roof down at the beginning and finish with the roof up.

Along the way, a firetruck is prepared to simulate the effects of a spring rain. Next, there was the second challenge named "Summer", where they have to switch cars written as "take a vacation from your car", in keeping with the summer vacation spirit and drive across the Death Valley.

Before the third challenge arrived, both have to spend the night at Darwin, California. The following day, the third challenge, named "Fall" arrived, where they have to freewheel down a section of the Sierra Nevada mountain road, where it's slippery.

As they climbed higher into the mountains, the final challenge arrived at Mammoth Mountain where they have to race across the snowy mountain.

On the final challenge, Matt initially made good progress as Chris' Porsche got temporarily stuck, but Chris later caught up as the Lamborghini's low ground clearance made Matt temporarily stuck before he chained the Lamborghini's rear tyres.

Despite this Chris wins the race narrowly. In an effort to fix the tractor's slow speed, Matt and Chris headed to the "Top Gear Agricultural Technology Centre", where Matt builds a custom tractor with a hp Chevrolet V8 engine, dubbed the "Track-tor".

To prove the tractor's performance credentials, Matt aimed for 81 mph in order to beat a previous world speed record set in Finland.

Matt did reach 81 mph, however, in the hands of The Stig, it reached 87 mph, setting a new world record. Next, they headed to a farm to see if the Track-tor is as useful as other tractors, specifically the New Holland T7 tractor, driven by Robert Neill, winner of the Farmer of the Year.

The first test was hedge cutting, where the Track-tor's power overwhelmed the presenters as it frequently did wheelies and killing the scarecrow in the process.

The next test was ploughing, where the Track-tor did a rather poor job at it. The final challenge was to harvest vegetables from the farm and transport it to the freezer section of a local village market 8 miles away in under 23 minutes, assisted by The Stig.

The presenters managed to do so with only ten seconds to spare. First, the car is put to the test against two of the cheapest brand new 4x4s available for sale in the UK, the Suzuki Jimny and the Dacia Duster in a timed lap challenge.

The Dirty Rascal initially made a good progress, but soon stalled. Next, Paddy heads for Scotland for their next challenge: a 20 kilometer off-road race against a squad of fully-armed former British Special Forces.

After getting bogged down thanks to a smoke bomb from the Forces, the Dirty Rascal caught up to the troops by following the nearby river and some gravel tracks; however, the car came just moments later than the Forces.

The presenters are given a budget to buy a used car conforming to certain criteria. Once purchased, the presenters compete against each other in a series of tests to establish who has bought the best car.

The presenters have no prior knowledge of what the tests will be, although they generally involve:. All three presenters are highly competitive; vandalism and sabotage are commonplace, and any presenter whose car breaks down during a challenge will typically be abandoned to make their own way to the designated destination.

Certain challenges since the African Cheap Car Road Trip have had a back-up car made available for any presenter whose car breaks down and cannot be repaired.

The back-up vehicle is generally a model that is loathed by all three presenters, or in some other way antagonistic to the current challenge.

Due to the controversial nature of some challenges, it is difficult to gauge who has been the most successful so far, but as a rough guide: May and Clarkson have won the most cheap car challenges with seven victories and Hammond has won three.

The presenter who unofficially won the most challenges was Clarkson, with May won 8 challenges, and Hammond won 6. The challenge included reliability, fuel economy, stopping time, safety, price, and lap-time testing.

Clarkson bought a , Hammond bought a , and May bought a Clarkson won the challenge despite bringing the most unreliable of the three cars when he earned more by breaking up his car and selling it for parts.

May won by reaching , though the Jaguar broke down and had to have its oil and water replaced.

The Jaguar won again, and while Hammond's sporty BMW did poorly, Clarkson fared even worse; the Starion's ride was so hard that the manual gearbox was of no consequence.

The Jaguar came last and lost its engine oil again. The three presenters were next asked to drive from Millbrook to the QI club in Oxford ; points were awarded for the order of arrival, deducted for breakdowns, and fuel economy was measured.

May's Jaguar broke down so many times that he eventually gave up, managing just 8 miles per gallon. Clarkson beat Hammond to the club, albeit with poorer fuel consumption.

The final challenge was an endurance race - each presenter was allowed to modify their car with the money left over from the original purchase.

Hammond fitted a home-made bodykit to the BMW. May tried to paint the Jaguar in British racing green only to run out of paint and spent the rest fixing the engine.

Clarkson had a more professional paint job, and installed an even more powerful turbo. The outcome was unexpected - while Clarkson's new turbo made the Mitsubishi the fastest car in the entire race, the engine repeatedly overheated and broke down after almost every lap, before one last blow up put him out for good.

Hammond's gearbox failed in the final stages of the race, but he still beat May by two laps although the Jaguar suffered wear during the race, it only broke down once when the brake fluid overheated.

Winner: May Clarkson by agreement [nb 4]. Hammond purchased a built late-reg Ferrari GT4 , and May found a Lamborghini Urraco afflicted by electrical problems.

Various challenges included a lap of the Castle Combe Circuit , changing the oil and sparkplugs of their cars and driving from Chippenham to a "gentlemen's club" in Slough on a set amount of fuel.

Hammond won most of the challenges, and May's Urraco was a constant source of problems due to its poor electrics - it arrived in Bristol on the back of a tow truck, and broke down on almost every leg of the trip.

The Merak began to deteriorate at Castle Combe, where it was revealed to have terrible brakes, and the engine began making worrying noises alongside very poor performance.

Clarkson initially blamed the sound on the tappets, but as the day progressed, May declared that the engine was disintegrating.

In the end, none of the cars survived the final journey to the finishing point at Spearmint Rhino.

First, the Merak's engine exploded, showering the Urraco in pieces of the wreckage and forcing Clarkson to crash into a hedge, thanks to its brakes not being able to work without a running engine.

The Ferrari appeared to run out of fuel 10 miles from Slough, although Hammond later explained that the entire electrical system had failed suddenly.

Finally, the Urraco ran out of fuel on the outskirts of Slough, just one mile from the finish, causing a major traffic jam. The GT4 used in this challenge was later bought and being repaired by Hammond, only to be damaged again when he was in the Petrolheads , where he was tricked and rammed during a challenge.

Clarkson, following Hammond's original strategy of buying a simple van, bought a Ford Transit , while May chose a LDV Convoy box van for its considerable storage.

Hammond arrived last with a Suzuki Super Carry , claiming that as it was mid-engined it was essentially a supercar.

The tests began with a drag race; Hammond won easily, Clarkson came second, and May last. They then performed a race to see how long it took to load and unload various items each presenter was given an illegal immigrant.

May had little trouble loading his van, but had an uncooperative immigrant. Clarkson, who continually moaned about his aversion to manual labour, simply threw most of his items into the Transit carelessly.

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A spokeswoman for the show told the Daily Mail that the BBC had only received a handful of complaints, but expected the number submitted to Ofcom to be higher.

In an article for The Guardian , Jodie Matthews accused the show, particularly Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond, of using the word " pikey " during the final episode when discussing about the saloons that Hammond had been reviewing, or alluding to it as Clarkson did by claiming that one of the saloons would be a "perfect car for anyone whose business is selling pegs and heather".

She further stated in her article that it would popularise the racist term for Gypsies and Travellers, reinforce traveller stereotypes and legitimise past racist attitudes that had been deemed no longer appropriate, further commenting that she hoped rumours that the motoring show wouldn't be returning at the time her article was published , turned out to be true.

Top Gear series Top Gear Season 13 Promotional poster. Main article: List of Top Gear episodes. Broadcasters' Audience Research Board.

Top Gear News Blog. Top Gear TV series. Retrieved 27 August Michael Schumacher". London: The Times. Archived from the original on 24 June Auto Trader.

London: The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 6 July The three presenters were next asked to drive from Millbrook to the QI club in Oxford ; points were awarded for the order of arrival, deducted for breakdowns, and fuel economy was measured.

May's Jaguar broke down so many times that he eventually gave up, managing just 8 miles per gallon.

Clarkson beat Hammond to the club, albeit with poorer fuel consumption. The final challenge was an endurance race - each presenter was allowed to modify their car with the money left over from the original purchase.

Hammond fitted a home-made bodykit to the BMW. May tried to paint the Jaguar in British racing green only to run out of paint and spent the rest fixing the engine.

Clarkson had a more professional paint job, and installed an even more powerful turbo. The outcome was unexpected - while Clarkson's new turbo made the Mitsubishi the fastest car in the entire race, the engine repeatedly overheated and broke down after almost every lap, before one last blow up put him out for good.

Hammond's gearbox failed in the final stages of the race, but he still beat May by two laps although the Jaguar suffered wear during the race, it only broke down once when the brake fluid overheated.

Winner: May Clarkson by agreement [nb 4]. Hammond purchased a built late-reg Ferrari GT4 , and May found a Lamborghini Urraco afflicted by electrical problems.

Various challenges included a lap of the Castle Combe Circuit , changing the oil and sparkplugs of their cars and driving from Chippenham to a "gentlemen's club" in Slough on a set amount of fuel.

Hammond won most of the challenges, and May's Urraco was a constant source of problems due to its poor electrics - it arrived in Bristol on the back of a tow truck, and broke down on almost every leg of the trip.

The Merak began to deteriorate at Castle Combe, where it was revealed to have terrible brakes, and the engine began making worrying noises alongside very poor performance.

Clarkson initially blamed the sound on the tappets, but as the day progressed, May declared that the engine was disintegrating.

In the end, none of the cars survived the final journey to the finishing point at Spearmint Rhino.

First, the Merak's engine exploded, showering the Urraco in pieces of the wreckage and forcing Clarkson to crash into a hedge, thanks to its brakes not being able to work without a running engine.

The Ferrari appeared to run out of fuel 10 miles from Slough, although Hammond later explained that the entire electrical system had failed suddenly.

Finally, the Urraco ran out of fuel on the outskirts of Slough, just one mile from the finish, causing a major traffic jam.

The GT4 used in this challenge was later bought and being repaired by Hammond, only to be damaged again when he was in the Petrolheads , where he was tricked and rammed during a challenge.

Clarkson, following Hammond's original strategy of buying a simple van, bought a Ford Transit , while May chose a LDV Convoy box van for its considerable storage.

Hammond arrived last with a Suzuki Super Carry , claiming that as it was mid-engined it was essentially a supercar. The tests began with a drag race; Hammond won easily, Clarkson came second, and May last.

They then performed a race to see how long it took to load and unload various items each presenter was given an illegal immigrant.

May had little trouble loading his van, but had an uncooperative immigrant. Clarkson, who continually moaned about his aversion to manual labour, simply threw most of his items into the Transit carelessly.

He then wrongfooted May by parking just behind the LDV to stop it unloading. Clarkson consequently won, while Hammond, who had fallen far behind due to the comparatively small storage space of the Suzuki, lost badly.

The third challenge was tailgating a passenger car as closely as possible. Thanks to the Suzuki's flat front, Hammond came close to a centimetre.

Next the presenters were told to replace their driver's side doors. Hammond and May were able to remove their doors easily, while Clarkson simply rammed his off with the LDV.

He then used tape to fix a new door on, while Hammond successfully fitted his with bolts; May eventually ran out of time.

The fifth challenge tested how long a burglar took to break into the rear door of each van; the burglar failed to open Hammond's, smashed open May's in half a minute, but took only 10 seconds to break into the Transit.

Finally the presenters were tasked with outrunning a police patrol car driven by the Stig on their test track. Clarkson won the event, which also featured a spectacular roll-over by Hammond trying to achieve the Scandinavian flick while going round the first corner.

Hammond, however, still won the overall challenge. Winner: Hammond. During their journey they were given a series of challenges, which included the cars being driven around a track by The Stig's overweight "American cousin," doing 0 to 50 to 0 without over-running the track and thereby crashing into a river full of alligators , and camping a night in a field eating only roadkill.

They also had to paint slogans on each other's car in order to get them shot at or arrested as they drove across Alabama.

When the three pulled into a petrol station to refuel, the station's owner called a gang and attacked them and their film crew with stones and chased them out of town.

Upon arrival at New Orleans, the three presenters found the city was taking a long time to recover from Hurricane Katrina and thus could not bring themselves to ask for money for their cars.

They instead gave them away to people who needed them. All of the other credited crew had their first names changed to "Billy Bob". Winner: Clarkson Clarkson declared himself the winner and May as the loser as he could not even give his car away.

The presenters were sent to Botswana to buy a car that was not an off-road vehicle and had only two-wheel drive, which they would drive across the country, from the eastern border of Zimbabwe to the western border of Namibia approximately 1, miles.

The challenge included a drive over the Makgadikgadi Pan , which left Clarkson and May's cars filled with dust after they had been stripped of excess weight as to try to prevent their cars sinking through the thin surface, and over the Okavango Delta.

Hammond bought a Opel Kadett , which he named Oliver consequently becoming the butt of jokes of the other presenters , while May bought a Mercedes-Benz E.

Hammond felt such affection for his car that he subsequently had it shipped to the UK which resulted in Clarkson and May making fun of him , and it now has the occasional cameo on Richard Hammond's Blast Lab.

Oliver was Hammond's "prized possession" in the Top Gear 'Lorryist' challenge. All three made it to the Namibian border.

Clarkson declared the Beetle as the winner, since it had no documented mishaps during the trip, much to the shock of Hammond, with which May answered "he's right!

Series Ten, Episode Seven [7]. In an argument with the producers of Top Gear , the presenters claimed British Leyland did produce some good cars after all.

These mostly took place at the MIRA proving ground , though the last one was at the Top Gear test track , where they tried to see how much of the track they could complete whilst their cars were full of water.

The boys also reproduced the intro of Money from the various squeaks and clunks their cars made.

Winner: May. Winner: Hammond [nb 5]. The presenters were challenged with proving to the show's producers that in order to be a true "petrol head", you need to have owned an Alfa Romeo.

Clarkson bought a Alfa Romeo 75 3. The cars were put to a series of tests, which included participating in a track day on the Rockingham Motor Speedway road course, featuring their cars on a calendar which they must sell at a newsstand, and then lastly entering an Alfa Romeo exclusive Concours d'Elegance event, traveling as far as 80 miles to get to the event area.

At the race circuit, the presenters were to gain a point for every car they overtook and lose a point each time they were overtaken.

As the field consisted predominately of high-end sports and supercars, none of the presenters managed to overtake any competitors.

Clarkson rolled his car attempting to overtake a Ford Focus. In a side challenge, each presenters had to create a calendar featuring their cars which was to be sold at a newsstand.

None of the presenters' calendars managed to sell even a single copy. After the track day, the presenters then had to prep their cars for a Concours d'Elegance competition.

May meticulously cleaned his car, being careful to remove all the dust from the interior and bodywork, and Hammond re-upholstered his seats using Clarkson's leather jacket.

During the journey to the Concours , Hammond had to manually send coolant into his engine using a hand cranked pump due to a broken water pump during the track day challenge.

This eventually broke, and his engine seized, forcing May to tow him. After crashing into May a few times, May got fed up and abandoned him.

Clarkson helped to tow Hammond despite his gearbox nearing the end of its life, and the two sabotaged May's engine bay with cheese. After the judges finished, James was awarded 74 out of a possible points while Jeremy and Richard were given Clarkson was declared the overall victor largely due to the car's low price , which pleased him greatly as it was his first victory in three years for a cheap car challenge.

Clarkson and May attempted to find out which of their classic luxury limousines—Clarkson's Mercedes-Benz "Grosser" or May's Rolls-Royce Corniche —was better.

So they brought their cars to the Top Gear Test Track for a series of challenges. This was not a real "Cheap Car Challenge", as Hammond did not participate, the presenters owned the cars prior to the challenge, and neither cars were particularly cheap.

They summarised the choice as " No winner declared. Hammond tried to Americanise his lorry by attaching a dog kennel to the front of his lorry.

May attached many flowers and decorations to make it look like an Indian lorry. After decorating their lorries, they were sent to Millbrook Proving Ground , where the first challenge was to successfully powerslide their lorries on a skid pan as demonstrated by "The Stig's Lorry-driving Cousin".

None were successful, May's mudguard fell off, Clarkson got his "gear lever up his arse", while Hammond's dog kennel fell off.

After several attempts at attaching trailers, the second challenge involved driving round the Alpine handling course in the fastest time possible with their trailers loaded with various awkward loads Hammond an unsecured Nissan Micra , May a wedding cake, and Clarkson hay bales and an electric fire.

Hammond was left far behind as he was unable to get his lorry in gear, and Clarkson took the lead until he forgot to change down for a steep hill and stalled.

May broadsided him on as he passed, causing the brakes to become jammed on. A victorious May discovered his wedding cake had toppled over, while Hammond drove so violently his car fell out of the lorry.

After fixing his brakes, Clarkson arrived last with his trailer on fire. The next challenge featured the lorries speed limiters removed, in a race around the two-mile bowl of Millbrook to see which was fastest; Hammond won with his lightweight ERF hitting 90 miles an hour.

The fourth test had each presenter attempting to perform a hill start with their vehicles, and to encourage them, prized possessions were placed behind each of their lorries.

Jeremy, with his drum kit placed behind his lorry, was successful as his vehicle had a crawler gear, although May and Hammond promptly ran over and smashed the drum kit.

Oliver, Hammond's restored Opel Kadett from the Botswana adventure , was placed behind his lorry and he eventually forfeited rather than risk crushing it.

May's grand piano was smashed when he failed to prevent his lorry from rolling backwards, although the production crew had already damaged it while positioning it.

The final challenge, for speed, braking, and toughness had each presenter driving their vehicles through an obstacle at 56 miles an hour, and the winner going the shortest distance after hitting it.

Hammond managed to stop his lorry in a shorter distance after driving through a mobile home than May did after driving through a structure built out of six hundred water coolers.

Clarkson travelled the shortest distance, but was injured after driving his lorry through a brick wall. Each of the presenters complained that they had not received the best obstacle.

At the end, the "hopelessly complicated" scores were tallied, and May was declared the winner. However, due to the car prices and the money they were given, the task was completed using cheap motorbikes.

The goal was essentially to do in eight days what the Americans failed to do in the ten years of the Vietnam War.

As in previous challenges, the producers provided a replacement vehicle to any presenter whose vehicle broke down, in this challenge a Honda minibike decorated in a stars and Stripes livery with Born in the USA by Bruce Springsteen playing on an iPod redubbed with The Star-Spangled Banner in some versions , causing much distress to the presenters due to the Vietnam War with America.

Upon reaching Ha Long, the presenters were given the task of modifying their bikes to reach a floating bar.

Clarkson emerged victorious by reaching the bar first. They were then given a series of challenges, including driving across a field after a rave , parking cars at night, and an obstacle course in which each presenter had to drive round the course and hit as many of the obstacles as they could.

They faced numerous challenges including trying to beat a 1-minute, May ended up destroying another one of his pianos.

As a finale, they participated in an Andros Trophy ice race which included F1 driver Olivier Panis against heavily modified hatchbacks, ultimately being lapped several times on one occasion, Panis referred to the Marina as "a shitbox".

May emerged victorious mainly due to Hammond and Clarkson duelling throughout the race, in the Morris Marina, which had a piano dropped on it in the end.

They were then told to go to Mallorca for a rally, with two challenges spread over two days. They were also introduced to their co-drivers by the producers.

Clarkson was given the head of Balaeric Rallying Club, who spoke no English. Hammond was assigned Brian Wheeler, a sarcastic dwarf mechanic.

May was given glamour model and Page 3 girl Madison Welch. Upon arriving in Mallorca, the presenters discovered that they were almost two days late for the rally, which was a five-day event, and thus had no chance of winning.

Clarkson's malfunctioning gauges made calculating his speed difficult, May had to cope with Welch's initial lack of interest and navigating experience, and Hammond's Lanchester proved incredibly unreliable, breaking down several times per stage and overheating constantly.

While Clarkson was in the lead heading into the final day, May posted the most consistent lap times at the regularity track day and inched out Clarkson in the final challenge.

After the challenge it was revealed that all three presenters liked their chosen cars so much they had bought them from the BBC.

The three presenters travelled 1, miles through the rainforests of Bolivia to the Pacific coast of Chile.

Hammond bought a tan Toyota Land Cruiser , which had been converted into a soft top convertible by a previous owner.

Despite the car's reputation for durability, it turned out to be the most unreliable car, suffering multiple drivetrain and suspension breakdowns right from the start.

It was damaged beyond repair on the sand-dune descent. Hammond nicknamed his Land Cruiser "Donkey. However, when he showed his co-presenters under the bonnet, May noted it had carburettors, making it the older 3.

Overall Clarkson's Range Rover turned out to be the most reliable, despite the car's reputation otherwise. May bought a red although "..

Despite this, May made no modifications, and it had the least breakdowns. One disadvantage of the Suzuki was its open differentials, which until fixed made it "3-wheel drive" Winner: Clarkson.

May bought a Mercedes-Benz E 2. Challenges included determining their cars' top speed on an unregulated autobahn , interior space by carrying a German Oompah band , and an ADAC evaluation of the cars.

The BMW initially performed well until it came last in the evaluation test, revealing badly repaired accident damage.

Finally, the presenters went to a circuit, where the cars were lapped by the Stig's German cousin. In the studio there were the results of two more unbroadcast challenges: points for each viewing of a track day video uploaded to YouTube, and an economy run.

Bemoaning the fact that campervans are either the huge American style motor homes unsuitable for European roads or the tiny and cramped European models, the presenters were challenged to construct inexpensive campervans that would be comfortable to sleep in yet manageable on narrow twisting European roads.

They had to have a sleeping area, a toilet and a cooking area. May attached a roofbox with a sleeping bag on top of a Lotus Excel and Hammond constructed a collapsible cottage on the back of a Land Rover Challenges included driving to a camp ground in Polzeath , Cornwall , changing into a wet suit inside the campervan, sleeping, 'going to the bog ' in their campervans, and cooking a meal.

During the meal challenge, Richard set fire to his cottage. Back in the studio, Clarkson protested but all three presenters reluctantly came to the conclusion that although James had the fewest problems with his campervan the only one being space , all of their designs were rubbish.

No winner. The boys attempt to prove that old British sports cars never deserved to be killed off by the hot hatch. The trip involved going to the places where all their cars were 'born', beginning at the Lotus factory in Norfolk , then onto the Jensen factory in West Bromwich , before finishing at the TVR factory in Blackpool.

There was no winner, as the team said that all of their cars were the best. All winners. Series Sixteen, Episode Zero-Two [9].

The starting point was Iraq - which the three were unaware of until they landed. They were given flak jackets and helmets to get to their location.

There was also at least one armed guard travelling with the group. As has happened on previous challenges, a spare car was provided by the producers should any of the cars critically break down.

In this case it was an Opel Astra 1. During the challenge, May had a concussion in the middle of the desert, resulting in a trip to hospital.

He was discharged later in the episode and continued the journey. Upon reaching their final hotel, the three set out to buy gifts: Hammond bought a gold necklace of Jesus' face, May bought a bottle of Frankincense — in fact, a bottle of hotel shampoo — and Clarkson was unable to find any Myrrh, so bought a Nintendo DS.

They presented their gifts, and asked to see the child, which was revealed to be a baby Stig. Hammond's Fiat was voted the best by both Clarkson and May, to Hammond's obvious surprise.

However, they all buy the same car: a BMW i. Clarkson decided to turn the challenge into a test to see how different the three supposedly identical cars had become over time, so the trio ignored the producers' challenges and devised their own.

May won comfortably as his car proved to be in better mechanical condition than Clarkson's. This led to Clarkson claiming that speed is not everything and May disagreeing, in stark contrast to their usual opinions.

Next the cars were examined by a forensics team to test the condition of their interior. Clarkson's car contained crisps, leaves, and his own dried skin, which he claimed was not disgusting at all and lost no points.

May's car was in worse condition with nasal mucus, scabs and saliva costing him 30 points. Hammond again fared the worst with saliva, blood and pubic hairs, losing 30 points and, worst of all, faeces losing another 1, points.

Next, thieves attempted to steal all three cars: Clarkson and May's cars were still there after 20 minutes, but Hammond's was stolen almost immediately losing him yet another 1, points.

Clarkson recorded the fastest time despite blowing his engine, followed by Hammond with May slowest. After that, the three cars were filled with helium and the presenters were required to sit in them to test for leaks.

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