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Top Gear: The Greatest Driving Road in the World!

On the hunt for the fabled "best driving road in the world" James May has his second bit of bad luck of the day. Forced to bunk down in their cars for the night Jeremy offers the boys some bizarre drinks to help them sleep. Finally the Transfagarasan Highway comes into view and Jeremy's Aston Martin DBS Volante, Richard's Ferrari and James' Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder proceed with joy.


Top Gear: Used Cars as Trains

]The Top Gear boys attempt to make train travel cheaper, faster and more interesting by replacing the conventional carriages and locomotives with a series of caravans attached to specially modified cars.


Top Gear: Jeremy Clarkson's P45

Jeremy Clarkson takes the smallest car in the world, the P45, for a test drive. From the latest series of Top Gear (Series 19), here is a kooky segment from Episode 1.


Top Gear: On The Track At Donington

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May hit Donington in three stripped-out track cars - the KTM X-Bow, the Morgan Three Wheeler and the Caterham R500. Great clip from Top Gear series 18, episode 6.


Top Gear: Nardo Speed Test

Clarkson, Hammond and May try to find out how fast they dare push their cars during top speed runs at the Nardo Ring. Hammond drives a Noble M600, May a McLaren MP4-12C and Clarkson a Lamborghini Aventador.


Top Gear: Beat The Stig's Imola Lap Time

Clarkson, Hammond and May attempt to beat The Stigs lap time in a Ferrari 458 around the infamous Imola circuit - the most dangerous track... in the world. Hammond drives a Noble M600, May a McLaren MP4-12C and Clarkson a Lamborghini Aventador.


Top Gear: Danny Boyle Track Test

In this out-take from Top Gear Series 15, film director Danny Boyle takes to the Top Gear test track, driving a Kia Cee'd in the rain.


Top Gear Record Stunt The Deadly 720

The Top Gear Live Stunt Team has set a new world record by becoming the first to complete a spectacular double loop-the-loop on four wheels!! The ground-breaking feat -- dubbed Deadly 720 -- was the amazing finale to the first of four Top Gear Festival shows staged in front of a sell-out 15,000+ live audience at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban, South Africa (June 16-17).

#Deadly720 is the biggest, boldest and most technically challenging stunt ever performed by the record breaking Top Gear Live Stunt Team who will be coming to Birmingham's NEC later this year (Oct 25-28) with even more audacious performances hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond, The Stig and, of course, the Top Gear Live daredevil stunt team.