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  1. Citizens of Britain, step out of your economic fallout shelters and burn your copies of How To Feed A Family For 50p: Top Gear is here to save the day.

    You’ve heard all the depressing news bulletins about someone somewhere having a “Crisis!”, but for us it is simple - the UK’s balance of trade deficit must be rectified.

    Step forward Mr Clarkson, Mr Hammond and Mr May as UK PLC’s newest trade envoy. Their mission is simple: they must drive across the Indian sub-continent parading the Best Of British (a 4.0-litre Jag XJS, Mini Cooper and Rolls Royce Silver Shadow, to be precise) to entice Indians into fruitful business relationships.

    You can see what happened at 8pm, 28 December, BBC Two - and here’s the trailer and more words from boss Andy Wilman.

    But before that, have a sneak peek at some pictures…

  2. Following Top Gear’s successful foray into train-building, we check out the competition

  3. It’s the new Pikes Peak, you know

  4. *shudders*

  5. “…and bless this heavenly Roller with fully-functioning self-levelling suspension and an adequate cooling system…”

  6. Presenters brandish pointy fingers for the Blame Game

  7. James wins the challenging Name That Car Part!

  8. Real-life Outrun: not as much fun

  9. A splendid view, you’ll agree

  10. Well, it’s not pleasant

  11. Not content with inventing car football, we’ve come up with a new form of cricket


  13. Kit-Kat thief makes off into the sunset

  14. There’s never a bad time to clean your Rolls

  15. Saving money for the licence fee payer once again

  16. Wow

  17. Richard Hammond, from little-known BBC Two motoring programme Top Of The Gears!

  18. Our Indian chariots, hopefully sans fire

  19. “Hang on a minute lads, I got a great idea…”

  20. Jeremy Clarkson and the Gears - not a Motown band

  21. That’s probably not going to polish out

  22. Everything wasn’t premier but the price

  23. The auditions for three new presenters went rather well

  24. Again, erm, wow

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