Richard takes part in the Pamplona Bull Run and drives the Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster. Jeremy drives the Ford F150 Lightning pick-up truck which, inexplicably, is the world's best-selling car and describes it as the worst car he has ever driven.
James put his degree in music to fine use by trying to re-create the Top Gear theme tune using car engines.
Richard tries a bit of drifting in the Monaro with the D1 drifting team.
Jeremy went to meet his maker, Richard nearly went to meet his maker and James exhibited a level of daring not yet seen from everyone's favourite long-haired gentleman.
Jeremy, James and Richard look at the latest range of off-road toys, including quad bikes, hovercrafts and buggies. James travels to Dubai to test the fastest four-door saloon in the world - the Bentley Flying Spur. Richard travels to Iceland to see if a jeep can drive across a lake and Jeremy compares the BMW 5 Series diesel to the petrol version - in Woking.
Davina McCall is this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and F1 driver Mark Webber is the F1 Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The lads take three convertibles to Iceland - the land of 'geological lunacy'. Specifically, they are the Chrysler Crossfire, Nissan 350Z and the Audi TT.
The Ferrari F430 finally makes an appearance at the Top Gear test track in Berlinetta and Spyder form. In the studio, there is a Citroën C2 hatchback, which has had more than £100,000 lavished on it.
Sir Tim Rice is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Former F1 World Champion Damon Hill sets a time in the Liana as a Racing Driver in a Reasonably Priced Car. The Aston Martin DB5 and Jaguar E-Type are compared. The snipers of the Irish Guards try to shoot Jeremy as he drives the new Mercedes SLK and the new Porsche Boxster 2 around a deserted village.
James drives the Murano - Nissan's latest 4x4. Richard travels to Italy to drive the Maserati Gran Sport around the Maserati test track. Whilst there, he will see how close he can get to a lap-time set by Gabrielle Tarquini, the Maserati test driver.moreless
The challenge this week is to buy a coupé that is not a Porsche for a maximum price of £1,500. Richard buys a BMW 635i, Jeremy a Mitsubishi Starion and James bought a "grandfather clock". Or the Jaguar XJS as it was better-known.
Jeremy drives the new supercar from Maserati, the MC12 and Jack Dee is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy puts the 4-door Mercedes CLS to the test and Stig takes the AMG Mercedes CLS around the Top Gear track for a power lap. James likes the Honda Element, but it will not be sold in the U.K. Richard and James play 5-a-side Aygo football and the new Range Rover Sport goes head-to-head with a Challenger II tank.
In response to a protest by environmentalists who broke into the factory where Range Rovers are built and chained themselves to the production line, Jeremy, James and Richard stage their own protest at the Hammersmith bus depot in London.
James Nesbitt is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.