Series 3 2003
The one with The dead Stig
Jeremy’s love affair with the Ford GT begins (if only he knew how it’d end). James hits the new BMW 5-Series with the ugly stick and Richard drives the Porsche 911 GT3.4 Video Clips
The one with The new Stig
The Stig is dead, long live the Stig. Our man in black becomes a man in white, Stephen Fry hits our track and Richard sees how many caravans we can jump in an old Volvo 240…3 Video Clips
The one with The drowned Hamster
Richard does the decent thing and drives a Vauxhall Belmont into a river, Jeremy tests Saabs aircraft connections and James heads for the countryside in a Subaru Outback. Rob Brydon also stars.
The one with All the Lambos
Lamborghinis. Lots of Lamborghinis. Jeremy tests the Gallardo and then joins James to reminisce about what made the bull the icon it is. Richard drives the Mini Cooper S Works…2 Video Clips
The one with The unbreakable Hilux
Fire, water and dropped caravans all fail to stop our indestructible Toyota Hilux. Also features a public information film about the dangers of driving open-topped cars with wigs...
The one with The still-alive Hilux
Our indestructible Toyota survives being a building demolition, James drives a ’70s Aston, Jeremy goes on a cruise and Richard gets stuck with a couple of dreary French convertibles
The one with The Big Boffin Burn-Out
The world’s cleverest men do battle on our track, Jeremy bangs his head on an MG and Rory Bremner admits a love for Alfas. Richard, meanwhile, is lost in South Africa with a McMerc.
The one with The Top Gear Generation Game
What’s best, old or new? Clarkson and Hammond slug that out while James gets all square about the Aston Lagonda. Richard also compares a Nissan Micra to an hour’s private jet hire
The one with No money left
With the series budget blown on the last eight episodes, the boys drive a few cars and invite Carol Vorderman to help with the numbers. Plus, the Chrysler Crossfire gets a good kicking.