James and Jeremy test communist cars

Some people reckon all cars will one day be made in China. And that got Jeremy and James thinking – has communism ever produced a good car?

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This is the new Peugeot 208

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First the RCZ, and now this. We think it’s fair to say Peugeot is officially back. World, meet the new Peugeot 208.

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Watch an RS4 on Forza 4’s TG track

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The Stig has always been a fairly unpredictable being, but it's fair to say this is the only time in the history of Top Gear we have ever seen a car go around the hammerhead and past the follow-through BACKWARDS.

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Hammond invents auto-ballet

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Beyond doubt, the guy was furious; hideously, brutally cross and capable of great violence - a fully grown male filled with the same stupid rage and uncontainable spite as a playground bully of 10.

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Mika Häkkinen returns to racing

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Michael Schumacher once remarked that the opponent he most respected in Formula One was Mika Häkkinen; the famous Flying Finn who let his racing do the talking.

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Kevin McCloud

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The Grand Designs presenter proves to be really very fast in our Reasonably Priced Car. The quickest ever? It’s a close one...

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Richard and a Ferrari vs James and a powerboat part 1 (series 12, episode 5)

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What’s the best way to blast around the French Riviera? A gorgeous classic Ferrari... or a thousand-horsepower carbon fibre powerboat?

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M3 vs IS-F

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It’s the battle of the supersaloons as Jeremy twin-tests the BMW M3 and the first not-really-boring Lexus, the V8-powered IS-F...

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The boys buy lorries for £5000 part 1

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Jeremy and the boys wonder how hard it is to be a truck driver – and ponder for long enough to buy three lorries and take on a series of challenges. With, as ever, hilarious consequences...

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Tom Jones drives our Reasonably Priced Car

The Welsh Warbler takes to our track, shortly after confessing he hasn’t changed gear with a manual ’box since the 1960s. Reckon it went well? Neither do we.

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