Starring: Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond , James May
Directed by: Brian Klein , Phil Churchward
Produced by: Grant Wardrop
With yet another award added to its trophy cabinet the top-rated Top Gear returns with its three kids-at-heart - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May - plus the Stig, at the helm.
Item Number: 15999
English Subtitles for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
• James May's Journey
• Behind the scenes
• Extended scenes
• Alternate scenes
With yet another award added to its trophy cabinet the top-rated Top Gear returns with its three kids-at-heart - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May - plus the Stig, at the helm. There's a look at three wheeled cars, James drives a Toyota pick-up up an active volcano in Iceland and The Stig rips up the track in the new Bentley Continental Supersports. Plus, Richard gives the old Chevrolet Lacetti a dignified send off before he and Clarkson host a star-studded tea party to welcome in a shiny new Reasonably Priced Car. Stars taking a turn round the track in this series include ex Labour spin doctor Alistair Campbell, Harry Potter star Rupert Grint and F1 ace Rubens Barrichello. Presenter; Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and The Stig return for series 15 of the top rated motoring show. In this first programme Jeremy asks why there aren't more three wheeled cars in the world and investigates further with a closer look at the 1980s comedians' favourite, the Reliant Robin. Meanwhile, James gives Top Gear's favourite warhorse, the Toyota Hilux pick up, one final assignment as he attempts to drive one up an active volcano in Iceland and The Stig rips up the track in the new Bentley Continental Supersports. Plus, Richard gives the old Chevrolet Lacetti a dignified send off before he and Clarkson host a star studded tea party to welcome in a shiny new Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to find a trio of cars which are equally at home on the race track as they are at transporting a family to the shops, all for a budget of £5,000. They end up with a BMW M3, a Mercedes 190E and a Ford Sierra Cosworth which they then put through their paces in Europe's home of speed. Which turns out to be Germany. Meanwhile, James makes a rare visit to the Top Gear track to a pair of Porsches, the 911 Sport Classic and Boxster Spyder, and Alastair Campbell is the star in the all new Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May test the Aston Martin Rapide, the Porsche Panamera Turbo and the Maserati Quattroporte as they attempt to find the world's greatest four seat supercar. After an early morning start in the City of London, the boys embark on a road trip across the South of England, stop off for a race around a closed off business park, and end up undertaking a rather special chauffeuring job. Meanwhile, Richard is on the test track in two very different muscle cars, the Chevrolet Camaro SS and Mercedes E63 AMG, and there's a double dose of celebrity as Harry Potter star Rupert Grint and F1 ace Rubens Barrichello take their turns as the stars in the Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to build cool and interesting motorhomes before setting off for a Bank Holiday weekend in the West Country to see how each of their creations performs in the real world. Meanwhile, Jeremy is also at the test track to test the sensational new Audi R8 V10 Spyder against the latest version of Porsche's enduring 911 Turbo cabriolet. Plus, Andy Garcia takes his turn as the star in the brand new Reasonably Priced Car.
Hollywood A-listers Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz are in town and they head out onto the test track as the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car. Plus, Richard Hammond is in Sweden for a race against some hardcore snowmobilers and James May attempts to break his personal speed record in a brand new, even more powerful version of the amazing Bugatti Veyron.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May buy old British roadsters from Jensen-Healey, Lotus and TVR before taking a wistful journey through the remnants of this country's sports car industry, starting in Norfolk and ending up at the mothballed TVR factory in Blackpool. Also in this show, Jeremy is on the test track in the sensational new Ferrari 458 Italia and laid back Hollywood legend Jeff Goldblum is the star in the new Reasonably Priced Car.
An acclaimed broadcaster and journalist, Jeremy Clarkson has hosted "Top Gear" since 1988. Born in the decade of the hippie, Jeremy has shunned free love and peace, preferring instead to drive around corners very fast, yelling "POWER" at the top of his lungs.
Jeremy has been accused of some amazing things in his time, including destroying a mountain, destroying the environment and destroying Rover cars. In his defense, the mountain is still there, we can all still breathe and Rover would still be here if their management hadn't been so terrible.
Affectionately known as Hamster, Richard Hammond is one of the U.K.‘s most popular broadcasters. He began his career at BBC local radio and first graced British TV screens on the cable channel Men & Motors. He proceeded to work on a number of different motoring and lifestyle programs on cable before realizing his dream of cohosting "Top Gear" in 2002.
A versatile presenter, Richard has hosted TV shows from a variety of genres, including science and nature, children's and sci-fi. Women the world over adore him, something about his puppy dog eyes, and wanting to protect him from the nasty Mr. Clarkson. Richard's hobbies include buying hopeless cars and attempting to restore them.
When James was first introduced on "Top Gear," Jeremy claimed he was "clearly a blithering idiot." The reasoning behind this slightly harsh critique was that James' car at the time was a Bentley T2. His first film on "Top Gear" was him telling people how great it is to own a 25-year-old classic luxury car while at the same time admitting it cost a small fortune to run and fuel.
James admits he was once fired from a job with a well-known magazine for putting a secret message in a supplement. It's exactly this kind of fooling around that makes him perfect for the U.K.‘s favorite motor show. James also has his own pilot's license, which has come in handy on "Top Gear" once already (although it would help more if he was allowed to fly at night).
Some say he was forged out of steel and fire in the devil's own pit garage, or that he trickled to the surface of an oil pocket deep in the Earth's crust. What do we know about him? Well, he's a seriously sick driver. He posts the lap times for cars on the Top Gear test track, trains celebrity guests to race in the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car feature, and performs any other crazy tasks asked of him. But all we really know is, he's called the Stig.
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