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Bank Holiday offer: 50% off TG mag on iPad!

OK, so it may be sunny outside for the first time in what seems like centuries, but that’s no reason not to to spend your bank holiday experiencing the wonder that is the fully interactive edition of Top Gear magazine on iPad… And for one weekend only, you can save 50% off selected issues (DOWNLOAD HERE)

If you’ve not seen the iPad edition before, then you can expect the most exciting motoring news and views from across the globe in enhanced interactive glory every month. There’s HD video, HD galleries with extra images, reader interaction, additional content and more from the TV boys. It’s the ultimate way to experience Top Gear magazine.

In this month’s issue, you can read about our lightweight battle between the BAC Mono, Ariel Atom and Caterham 160. Road-legal cars that still deliver - in one way or another - on the track. Where comfort is for the weak and windburn awaits the brave…Tom Ford joins The Stig for a showdown at glorious Caldwell Park in Lincolnshire and finds out that these three cars with similar genesis and attitude, couldn’t be more different.

“The Caterham is like a track car with stabilisers - you can’t get too far into trouble, but it’s lots of fun for that”, Associate Editor Tom Ford concluded. “The Atom is the brilliant, only slightly terrifying track car that you can share, and the Mono is basically a tempt for single-seater racing. But they have one thing in common: you’ll get out of every single one wearing a grin that links your ears. I guarantee it.” You can see what happened in the video above.

But ig you want to read more about the incredible BAC Mono v Ariel Atom v Caterham 160, get the latest issue of TG magazine featuring the ‘Best Cars In The World Right Now’ on iPad or iPhone - and this weekend save 50% off the cover price….!

(Available on all iPad and iPhone issues from Nov 2013 to Sep 2014. Promotion ends 23:59 on Tue 26th Aug 2014)

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