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  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Click here to download at 1920x1080
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    Photography: Lee Brimble

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  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Click here to download at 1920x1080

    Click here to download at 1280x1024

    Photography: Lee Brimble

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Click here to download at 1920x1080

    Click here to download at 1280x1024

    Photography: Justin Leighton

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  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Click here to download at 1920x1080

    Click here to download at 1280x1024

    Photography: Rowan Horncastle

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Click here to download at 1920x1080

    Click here to download at 1280x1024

    Photography: Justin Leighton

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Joe Windsor-Williams 

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Justin Leighton 

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  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Manufacturer 

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: John Wycherley 

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  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: John Wycherley

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Ripley & Ripley

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Justin Leighton 

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Barry Hayden

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Joe Windsor-Williams

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Joe Windsor-Williams

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Lee Brimble

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Joe Windsor-Williams

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Joe Windsor-Williams

  • According to Michael Fish and his cabal of soothsayers, there's snow on the way to the UK this week.

    Which means you're about to be deluged by a host of sanctimonious ‘driving tips', ordering you to email the Highways Agency a detailed itinerary of your morning commute, and pack at least a dozen emergency flares in case you become buried in the half-centimetre of snow forecast.

    TopGear, of course, would never do such a thing. Here's our simple three-step guide to surviving the mighty blizzard/10-second snow flurry:

    (a) Stock up on plenty of Spam.

    (b) Make sure there's an ice scraper in your car,

    (c) Most importantly, wrap up your computer's desktop with a nice, warm pixelated blanket in the shape of one of the wallpapers below.

    We've trawled through some of Top Gear's most exciting wintery adventures and pulled out some of our favourite shots. There are giant Pandas, supercars on ice, a KTM in the Arctic, plus lots, lots more.

    All you have to do is scroll through the gallery, click the size that takes your fancy and add it to your desktop background. Then pop the kettle on.

    Download picture at 1024x1280
    Download picture at 1200x1920

    Photographer: Lee Brimble

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