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Series 16

  • The one with... the Middle East Road Trip

    The one with Middle East Road Trip

    Jeremy, Richard and James will be attempting their toughest task yet: passing themselves off as ‘three wise men' while recreating that famous journey following a star to Bethlehem.

  • The one with... the new Stig

    The one with Yeti road test

    Two lap records were smashed by the Atom V8 and a Liverpudlian comedian, and the rapid pace of a Stig's evolution was laid bare to the outside world for the first time. We're also fairly certain nobody has ever landed a helicopter on a Skoda on primetime television.

  • The one with... the Motoring Ashes

    The one with Motoring Ashes

    The boys go head-to-head against their opposite numbers from Australian Top Gear in a car-based version of The Ashes, JC tests the new Ferrari 599 GTO and Britain's favourite German Boris Becker hits the TG track.

  • The one with... the big Albanian test

    The one with Big Albanian road trip

    The boys hit Albania in the Rolls-Royce Ghost, Mercedes S65 AMG and a rather unusual Bentley Mulsanne, Jeremy tests three very hot hatchbacks on our track and Jonathan Ross takes the little Kia for a spin.

  • The one with... cheap second-hand convertibles

    The one with Cheap second-hand convertibles

    The boys examine the many pitfalls when buying a cheap second-hand convertible, Jeremy thrashes the lunatic Pagani Zonda R, and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost drive our little Kia.

  • The one with... the Snowbine Harvester

    The one with Snowbine Harvester

    The boys set out to end the chaos and misery that snowfall brings to Britain every year, Jeremy thrashes the new Audi RS5 and latest BMW M3, and Hollywood actress Amber Heard drives the Reasonably Priced Car.

  • The one with... the 80s supercar nirvana

    The one with 80s supercar nirvana

    Richard finally gets to drive his childhood supercar heroes, Jeremy races the new Jaguar XJ against the sun, James tests NASA's latest space exploration vehicle, and former deputy prime minister John Prescott hits the track.