Jeremy attempts to drive the new Jaguar XJ faster that the Earth rotates [that's a maximum speed of 1,038 mph - 1,670 km/h]. At sunset he will set off from Land's End - the most westerly point in the British Isles - and try to arrive in the most easterly point - Lowestoft, before sunrise. James travels to the U.S. to drive NASA's latest exploration vehicle, whilst Richard pulls the plum job of driving two supercars from the 1980s: the Porsche 959 and the Ferrari F40.
Baron Prescott of Kingston upon Hull is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. No, seriously, he is.
Snow. Just one flake of it needs to fall on Britain and the whole country grinds to a halt. The boys have decided to find a solution to this national embarrassment and head to Norway which, unlike Britain, can cope with a flurry of snow flakes. On the track, Jeremy compares the new Audi RS 5 to the BMW M3.
Amber Heard is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys are in the market for second-hand convertibles - each costing no more than £2,000, but they end up buying the same model car: the BMW 325i. On the track, Jeremy drives the Pagani Zonda R.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car.
In Albania, the boys drive the Rolls-Royce Ghost, Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG and a Bentley Mulsanne. Well, they drive two of those cars... On the track, Jeremy drives the Ford Focus RS500, the Impreza Cosworth STi and the Volvo C30 PPC.
Jonathan Ross is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
The Ashes were won convincingly and are safely back where they belong in England. This crushing defeat has not deterred our Aussie friends from competing against us. Oh no. Now the Top Gear Australia boys are taking on our very own brave Blighty boys in a series of automotive challenges. On the track, Jeremy drives the Ferrari 590 GTO.
Boris Becker is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The Ariel Atom, with a V8 engine, 900 bhp per tonne and a 0 - 60mph time under 2.3 seconds, is driven on the track by... James. Will it reach 60mph? Richard plays with a Porsche - again. This time, the new 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, which he races against a VW Beetle. A race with a Top Gear twist... Jeremy drives a practical car that you can afford - the Skoda Yeti, and puts it through some rather unusual tests...
John Bishop is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys find themselves in Iraq - this can only go well... their challenge is to drive to Bethlehem, presumably, without getting killed or making the region even more unstable. The topography suggests 4x4s are the best vehicles to use, but the boys, being they way they are, think a Mazda MX5, BMW Z3 and a Fiat Barchetta will suffice.moreless