Since Hammond looked a bit miserable on that Vincent Black Shadow bike last night, we thought we'd dig out something to cheer up our favourite diminuitive muscle car fan: a 700bhp Mustang from American tuning firm Randall Reed Ford.
OK, it's hardly the subtlest tuning job, but when was lairy American muscle supposed to be subtle?
The Mustang's 4.6-litre V8 has been beefed up from its standard 315bhp to a whopping 700bhp, thanks to a brace of giant turbochargers, a new high-flow exhaust and, of course, a remapped ECU.
Those mean-looking wheels are 20-inchers, with 14-inch brakes beneath for added stoppability.
Apparently there's a bodykit, too, though we're darned if we can spot it.
Unlike most aftermarket jobs, the Randall Speed Mustang will be available through a handful of official Ford dealers in the US. Price? Let's just say it's a bit cheaper than a stunningly rare 1940s motorbike...
Now watch Richard try out the Shelby Mustang GT500 against his own classic ’Stang: