To more cries of How hard can it be?, That’s not gone well and You insufferable Oaf!, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May gallantly risk humiliation in another series of
To more cries of How hard can it be?, That’s not gone well and You insufferable Oaf!, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May gallantly risk humiliation in another series of magnificent challenges, where petty rivalries are taken much too far…
Amphibious Cars: The Sequel
The magnificent return of the homemade amphibious cars, as the lads drive their vehicles to Dover and across the Channel. Well, that was the plan…
Bugatti Veyron vs Eurofighter
Place your bets. A mile and back: vertically and horizontally; Hammond in one of the world’s fastest cars, the RAF in a fighter plane with a maximum speed of 900 mph.
Race Across London
James in a massive Mercedes, Hammond on a bicycle, the Stig on public transport (!) and Jeremy in a racing speedboat. Of course the car will make it across the capital first. Won’t it?
The rules are ‘quite’ strict: it’s a no-contact race; drivers must sleep overnight in their camper vans before the race and be able to drive home afterwards. So, how come there’s a kitchen unit on the track?
The Greatest Driving Road
Scouring the Alps for the perfect road – beautiful scenery, pure pedal-to-the metal driving and a rush of adrenaline – in light-weight supercars – have the boys died and gone to heaven?
Fiat 500 vs BMX
The Fiat 500 has been reborn as a city runabout for fashionable and sexy young people. James May is none of these things, but surely he can beat a pair of scruffy herberts on titchy bikes around Budapest?
The 24 Hour Race
The Britcar 24-hour race at Silverstone is a gruelling test of driver stamina, skill and car reliability – so guess who’s entering a BMW 3-series powered by bio-diesel that they grew themselves?