Top Gear Season 22 Updated News

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In Top Gear Season 22 Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond get on a classic Riva speedboat in Venice. The crew will be shooting a Siena to Rome challenge featuring Jeremy and Richard. Jeremy will be driving an Alfa Romeo 4C and Richard will pilot a C7 Stingray.

Cars you will be in this new season are McLaren P1 Vs. Porsche 918 Spyder and possibly a LaFerrari special. Jeremy Clarkson was also seen testing a BMW i8. Additionally, Clarkson was also seen in a red C7 Corvette Stingray convertible.

In challenges section you will be seeing a hilarious homemade ambulance challenge, Now you can guess what will happen. A Porsche 944 with gulf livery is seen with a number of curious modifications that will supposedly make it into a suitable ambulance vehicle. Another ambulance is Jeremy Clarkson’s beloved P45 micro-car. The final ambulance is a Chevy van with a side panel that reads “Nuclear Waste Disposal.” This will be interesting and I am sure it will be Ambitious but rubbish.

Meanwhile Stig has been seen in St. Petersburg, Russia. There is no official date as yet announced but Jeremy dropped this line on twitter.


Do watch out for Patagonia special on the 27th December. Yes tomorrow.

Jeremy, Richard and James will take a Porsche 928, Lotus Esprit and Ford Mustang through their most painful challenge to date: a 1600-mile trek through Patagonia to the southernmost city in the world, in order to stage an epic game of car football against Argentina. This is going to be awesome and my Christmas will be on the 27th.

There will be swamps, deserts, forests, beaches, and ski slopes for the three V8 sports cars to suffer. There will also be broken bones, mechanical calamities and even some cows. Awesome!

Part one will kick off on Saturday 27 December at 8.30pm, with part two showing on Sunday 28 December at 8pm, both on BBC Two and BBC Two HD.


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