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21 top moments of Top Gear telly

  1. In honour of the 21st series of Top Gear, which crashes onto BBC Two on Sunday February 2 at 8:00pm, we’ve compiled 21 of the most-watched clips from Top Gear TV on TopGear.com..

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    The boys meet in the middle of the Nevada desert, argue a bit about their cars, then begin an epic road trip across the USA. 

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  2. Jeremy and Richard devise a car tightly tailored to Britain’s ageing population. And it’s not a Peugeot…

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  3. Jeremy builds the ultimate city car, then subjects it to some rigorous testing by driving it to the theatre, through a library, and into a shopping centre. With, er, mixed results. 

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  4. The boys meet in Africa with a selection of keenly priced estate cars. Their mission? To find the real source of the Nile…

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  5. An early Top Gear challenge - Clarkson takes on Hammond and May in a race to Monte Carlo: him in an Aston Martin DB9, them on public transport.

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  6. Jeremy responds to a reader complaint about us not doing proper car tests by landing a Ford Fiesta on a beach and getting chased through a shopping centre…

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  7. One of TG’s classic big challenges - can JC complete the 1,320 miles to Oslo in a McLaren Mercedes SLR before James and Richard make it by plane, boat and bus?

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  8. Apparently, British Leyland made some good cars. This clip tells a different story.

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  9. Jeremy, Richard and James narrowly avoid being murdered on their big road trip across southern USA in $1000 bangers.

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  10. We don’t know a lot about cricket, which could explain why our version of The Ashes involved rally cars, drifting, an utterly ridiculous Transit Van, and a barbeque.

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  11. Arguably one of the most infamous TG films ever - Richard and James decide to enter the space race using a Reliant Robin. Can it fly? Also, can it return safely to Earth?

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  12. Heart-stoppingly relevant battle between Clarkson in a Veyron and the other two in James’s little plane. Who can get a truffle from Italy to the top of the NatWest tower quickest?

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  13. The team attempts to make amphibious vehicles from normal cars. Clarkson’s Toybota, Hammond’s Dampervan and James’s Mayflower all end up getting rather wet.

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  14. The boys swap four wheels for two and plough across, into and over Vietnam.

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  15. In a surprisingly poignant film, the boys look at the demise of the British sports car. There are also a few mild disasters.

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  16. Jeremy drives the three-wheeled Reliant Robin. Many, many crashes happen.

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  17. At five, what might just be the funniest film TG ever made. Jeremy takes a Peel P50 - officially the tiniest production car ever - into the office for a meeting. Literally.

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  18. Jeremy’s face-rearranging Ariel Atom drive reveals just how ridiculous this car is.

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  19. Using homebrewed biofuel, Jeremy, James and Richard take a BMW 330D endurance racing.

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  20. Captain Slow belies his nickname and sets a 259mph production car world record in the 1,183bhp Veyron SuperSport. For about twenty minutes.

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  21. This is the one where the boys go to Africa, buy a car each for £1,500 then drive it across the country. Jeremy gets a Lancia Beta, James a Mercedes 230E and Richard an Opel Kadett. Called Oliver.

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