An audience of 5 million - a 23% share - watched this, the final episode of the current series.
The audience figures for this week's programme were 6.1 million - a 26% share.
The audience figures for this episode: 5.2 million, a 23.3% share.
The audience figure for this episode was 5.4 million (19.9% share). The peak audience was 5.7 million.
Top Gear's audience figures were down this week, due to the live coverage of Spain's victory over Germany in the European Championships. The figure of 4.2 million gave Top Gear an 18.1% share of the TV audience. It remains the most-watched programme on BBC2.
The celebrities only finished setting their lap times 2 hours before the edited version was shown to the studio audience. Rupert Penry-Jones was particularly impressed with this speedy editing.
The camaraderie between the 3 lads is just as amusing as when the camera is running (however, James May seemed visibly irritated about something during the filming of this episode). Also The Stig introductions really do seem to be made up on the spot as it took several takes to shoot due to Hammond cracking up and Clarkson changing the introduction several times.
Clarkson spent at least 10 minutes of the time it took to film the News section chatting to a female member of the audience who was very attractive.
Clarkson tripped up the first time he stepped onto the stage for the news and skidded to a halt.
Top Gear's viewing figures were 6.2 million - a 24.4% share, with a peak audience of 6.9 million.