Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were challenged to each buy a supercar for less than 10,000 pounds and drive them from Bristol to Slough.
Clarkson, May and Hammond are challenged to convert their hard working motorbikes into amphibious machines and find a bar in the middle of a Vietnamese bay.
The Top Gear team get their hands on the legacy of a racing legend as the Maserati MC12 supercar makes its debut on the Top Gear track.
Jeremy Clarkson races the new Jaguar XJ against something even bigger and more powerful – the rotation of the Earth itself.
This is an oldie, but a goodie. Famed Gymkhana driver Ken Block and dirt-biking champion Ricky Carmichael turn a quiet airstrip into their personal playground.
Jeremy, Richard and James set out to end the chaos and misery that snow brings to Britain every year, using a combine harvester, some basic engineering skills and a quick trip to Norway.
It’s winter and Jeremy, Richard and James are in Norway, attempting to use a Combine Harvester that has been converted into a snow plough to clear snow.
Top Gear takes a look at the incredible Pagani Zonda and their beloved test driver, Stig, turns in the fastest lap time to date.
Richard Hammond achieves a boyhood dream by testing two 1980s supercar icons, the Porsche 959 and Ferrari F40.
The boys each get hold of a BMW 325i convertible. The cars all date from the late 1980s, and their performance, history, and theft resistance are tested revealing some surprising results.
The boys put a Mercedes S65 AMG, a Rolls Royce Ghost and a small Fiat to the test, in a getaway run from the Albanian police.