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It’s been a good year. We drove the new Mustang more than 10,000 miles across the Untied States, through 49 states. We brought together three of the world’s fastest, most technologically advanced hypercars - LaFerrari, P1 and 918 - for the ultimate triple test. A world-first.

We broke the world record for the highest speed achieved on a ride-on mower. And we won Wales Rally GB. Like, actually won. Sort of.

And, while all that was going on, there was a bloke with a video camera standing idly by, sometimes pointing vaguely in the right direction. Flick through the playlist above for our video highlights of 2014, and click on the relevant blue words below to go straight to the feature.

Camaro Z/28 vs BMW M6 vs Nissan GT-R
Can the cartoonish Chevy really compete with the GT-R and M6? Time for some Stig…

Is this the ultimate Ferrari group test?
F40, F50, 288 GTO and Enzo. Together at last on the Top Gear track. Jason Barlow reports

This is the stunning Eagle Low Drag GT
The legendary racing E-type is reborn for the 21st century, and Jason Barlow gets a stint behind the wheel

Video: Top Gear’s land speed record
Honda’s Mean Mower is back, and this time it wants a gong from Guinness…

Welcome to Top Gear’s Speed Week 2014
2014 has produced some incredible performance cars. All of which needed to travel 1,000 miles to Spain. As ever, Stig delivers

Across Iceland in a Citroen Cactus
Across Iceland in search of Zen, using only a strangely coloured Cactus. Can a car help you find inner peace?

LaFerrari: the official verdict and video
The 950bhp hyper-hybrid son of Enzo is here at last. And we’ve driven it. Charlie Turner reports

The best track cars you can buy
The Caterham 160, Ariel Atom 3.5R and BAC Mono are road-legal cars that thrill on the track

Top Gear drives the Nissan Zeod
Ollie Marriage slips on the rubber safety boots for an exclusive blast in the game-changing 750bhp hybrid racer

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