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Some snaps from the week’s filming

  1. Only two more shows to go in the current series, TopGear.commers, but don’t feel too down. This week’s Top Gear features some frankly astonishing cars, which made for a memorable day down at Dunsfold.

    From fire-and-oil-spitting, 46 litre, airplane-engined monsters to modern, lithe trackday superstars, the track (and Stig) were in heavy use.

    Including, of course, an economic Kia C-Apostophe-D tootling around, this week piloted by Blur bassist and cheese fan Alex James.

    See you as usual on Sunday, 8pm, BBC Two and BBC HD. But for now, have a look at what you can expect…

    Photos: Mark Yeoman

  2. 23 - that’s how many body parts you’d sell to own this

  3. 46-litre fire-spitting V12. 0.18mpg. 493bhp. Welcome to BRUTUS

  4. Some say he has four sets of knees. And his skin’s the texture of dolphins…

  5. Country boy and Blur bassist Alex James experiments with alternative ploughing techniques

  6. The reasonably-priced carpark

  7. After driving the Spitfire-engined Bentley, James ponders the first TWOC of his life

  8. Jeremy Clarkson busts: now available from all good retailers

  9. Jeremy prepares his new Facebook profile pic

  10. This is semaphore for “may I have some more coffee?”


  12. Hey, look! That A6 is on the Top Gear fleet! Follow @TopGearGarage on Twitter

  13. “To drive it, your manparts need to be this big…”

  14. James learns that the production office has run out of Chomps

  15. Hammond lassooing: an idea that didn’t make the final cut

  16. So, are these track cars practical? Find out on this week’s Top Gear…

  17. Blur’s Alex James is this week’s Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Where d’you reckon he placed?

  18. Musician. Cheesemaker. Gurner.

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