Driving god: Richard gets a bit emotional driving the Bowler Wildcat.
Fastest party: The Liberal Democrats prove themselves the fastest political party on a racetrack.
Soul man: David Soul (“Starsky & Hutch”) becomes the first guest to break not one, but two Reasonably Priced Cars.
Boredom trip: Jeremy finds out how far he can drive before he gets bored. As it turns out, it’s a very long way.
Clarkson vs. 911: Jeremy begrudgingly concedes that the Porsche 911 Turbo is the best car ever.
Fast caravan: Hamster attempts to set a land speed record for a caravan. And fails.
Race riot: Richard drives a Talon riot control vehicle… over a Portakabin.
Open-air camping: James May and Richard Hammond take a bunch of Cabrios to the Lake District.
Backseat driver: Jeremy climbs into the backseat to drive the Vauxhall Signum.
Spare the dog: Jeremy’s Range Rover doesn’t quite survive six months without any breakdowns, but it’s the Land Rover CEO’s bonsai that suffers not his dog.
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