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Top Gear The Challenges Vol.1 DVD

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Top Gear The Challenges Vol.1 DVD



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Seven fantastic challenges that test the mettle of the Top Gear team.
 
The Top Gear boys – Jezzer, Hamster and Captain Slow – can do brake-horsepowers, torques and 0-60s until the pumps run dry. But when they take on a challenge, the action gets competitive, hilarious, dangerous and, at times, downright humiliating.
 
Robin Reliant Space Shuttle:
 
Combining cutting edge amateur rocketry, British Grit, and truly intergalactic levels of messing about, Richard and James try to put a Reliant Robin into space.
 
Building Amphibious Cars:
 
Can the lads create a vehicle equally at home on land and water? Will they even make it across the reservoir without drowning or catching hypothermia?
 
Building a Limo:
 
The boys are up against it, making their own stretch limos from everyday cars. But the challenge has only just begun. There are some high-profile celebs who need a lift to the Brit Awards…
 
Building a Convertible:
 
Attempting to turn a Renault Espace into a fashionable 'drop top', the team prove that trying to make your own convertible is a bit like trying to cut your own hair… you can do it, but you probably shouldn't…
 
Parkour vs Peugeot 207:
 
They may wear silly trousers but these parkour (the barmy sport of leaping across rooftops across the city) lads are serious competition for Captain Slow's Peugeot 207 in a race through Liverpool.
 
Veyron Race from Alba:
 
It's Top Gear's most dramatic race yet. Jeremy's in the Bugatti Veyron – the fastest, most lavish supercar ever – while Richard and James are in a flying washing machine – with Captain Slow at the controls!
 
Crap 70s Supercars:
 
They were once state-of-the-art Italian supercars – the Maserati Merak, the Ferrari Dino 308GT4 and the Lamborghini Uracco. Now, all the lads need to do is try to drive them from Bristol to a "gentleman's" club in Slough.