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Not scheduled. Chris Harris and Sabine Schmitz race across the Californian desert - in buggies!

Actor Rupert Grint and F1 star Rubens Barrichello hit the track. Howzat sound? The return of an old Dave favourite with another new line-up.

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The new Stig, perhaps? Featuring a wacky race between Jezza in a Bugatti Veyron against the boys in a light aircraft flown by Captain Slow! The boys' competitive streak rears its head as they race from Wembley to Milan. With guests Danny Boyle and Himesh Patel. Paddy reveals his ultimate cheap, luxurious off-roader: the homebuilt `Dirty Rascal'. The pair head for Venice to prove that road travel can be more luxurious than taking the train. Despite Matt LeBlanc, Sabine Schmitz, Rory Reid, and Chris Harris generally coming off okay, Evans and his use of brown people as props have been almost universally panned. 12×08 Vietnam Special. The not-so-young ones are also joined by legendary singer Cliff Richard. Highlights include a race between a Bugatti Veyron and a Cessna aeroplane.

Taxi for Hammond. Amazon bosses have reportedly poached the old Top Gear production crew from the BBC, luring them away with huge pay rises. Four-wheeled fun and outrageous opinions in the motoring magazine. Meanwhile, the Hamster puts a new Smart Car through its paces. Four-wheeled fun.

The Ford Focus is reviewed, while Geri Halliwell is the star guest. The overgrown boys bravely hand over duties to their mums to review a range of new small cars, including the Honda Jazz. Clarkson tests the Chrysler Crossfire and Honda's Type R Civic and NSX. Vauxhall's VXR8 gets a spin on the test track. The boys think ambulances are outdated, so come up with new designs. AC/DC's Brian Johnson guests. After Sunday’s Top Gear train wreck, host Chris Evans had a bit of a Twitter meltdown. Jeremy goes on manoeuvres in a Hummer, the off-roader based on the US military's jeep.

It's all kicking off as James and Richard play five-a-side footie with the Toyota Aygo.

Matt LeBlanc's Lamborghini is up against Chris Harris's 'Porsche-a' on an all-weather American road trip! The lads face a trucking nightmare as they try to become HGV drivers. Chef Gordon Ramsay takes to the track. Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans have a crack at every petrolhead's dream job. Professor Green is the Star in a Reasonably Fast Car, and a pair of saloons are put to the test. Matt LeBlanc is joined by Episodes co-star Tamsin Grieg, who takes to the Top Gear track.

“The brand’s global success allowed healthy budgets and the new show will be equally ambitious and well-funded.”, A spokesperson added: “We have a brilliant team on Top Gear and are confident we will have a great show.”.

), while, like Hammond, Martin is a survivor of high-speed crashes.

Motoring madness with the regular trio. Plus Jamie Oliver comes in for a chat. Lewis Hamilton swaps his F1 wheels for a Reasonably Priced Car. Which is faster in a race - a kid on a skateboard or a turbocharged rally car? Buckle up for another fast-paced edition of the motoring magazine, hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. Opinionated motoring news, views and features with Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond. Joey from Friends - aka Matt LeBlanc - is never stuck in second gear as he hosts the revamped motoring show alongside Chris Evans. Boris Johnson guests. Men and motors - automotive antics with Clarkson and the team. They must drive all the way to the Chilean coast - via drug lords and debilitating altitude. And also, it wasn’t terrible. Jezza trials the Jaguar X type estate, Richard describes the perfect roadster and exploring legend Sir Ranulph Fiennes guests.

It's question time for David Dimbleby, who stops by for a chat. The lads race each other across London using a bike, a boat and a car.

The lads embark on a grand road trip across Australia's Northern Territory, rounding up thousands of cows in their fancy GTs. With comedian and marathon man Eddie Izzard.

The power of the Porsche 911 is put to the test on the track, while the Jaguar S type goes up against the Vauxhall Monaro VXR and Chrysler 300C.

Jeremy Clarkson tries to outrun Japan's legendary 'bullet train' in the remarkable Nissan GT-R. Newscasters Fiona Bruce and Kate Silverton guest. What can go wrong? Richard travels to Cyprus, where he checks out the new Porsche Cayenne Turbo S. Ewan McGregor is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Johnny Vaughan and Denise Van Outen are reunited in the studio. The most-watched factual TV series... in the world.

Jeremy celebrates the 50th birthday of the Jaguar E-type with a typically low-key birthday party. With guest Matt Baker. The sometimes outrageous, always jocular motoring show with Clarkson and chums. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel to Italy for a series of challenges and increasingly loud arguments. High-speed high jinks. Are you sure you want to mark this comment as inappropriate?

James learns why the Finns are such good racing drivers, Richard tests the outlandish Veritas sports car and movie star Mark Wahlberg guests. Richard locates the world's best cab, Clarkson tests out the Ferrari F12 and film director Ron Howard is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car. Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans are on board for the revamped show that set tongues wagging. James May goes back to the 1970s with the Maserati Bora. Motoring magazine show featuring fast cars, insane stunts, crazy challenges and serious speed. The Star in a Reasonably Priced Car is actress Fay Ripley.

Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris buy second-hand sports cars at auction for a road trip across Honshu.

James May puts the Alfa Romeo 166 through its paces. It allows our most engaged readers to debate the big issues, share their own experiences, discuss real-world solutions, and more.

Doing the rounds of reality TV contests (Strictly Come Dancing, Celebrity MasterChef, The Jump) suggests a woman in search of a future in television, and assuming that the BBC is eager to rid Top Gear of its blokey image – and Evans has said that the new line-up will include a female – then Kidd would be ideal: she drives a Maserati, posted one of the fastest laps in the programme’s “Star in a Reasonably Priced Car” and, as a veteran of the fashion industry, has probably encountered her fair share of misogyny before, In retrospect, Channel 4’s Speed with Guy Martin looks like an extended audition reel for the Top Gear job, as the former motorcycle racing champ attempted to beat the world speed record for a hovercraft (as well as for a motorcycle on water! Matt LeBlanc and Chris Harris review the new Bentley Continental GT, while Rory Reid test-drives the new Renault Megane hot hatch. Due to the sheer scale of this comment community, we are not able to give each post the same level of attention, but we have preserved this area in the interests of open debate. The new Top Gear won’t get the audience that the old Top Gear pulled in – simple as that. Clarkson sets out to compare the current Mercedes SL with the same model from 1972, doing the same with the Audi TT V6 and Ford's classic Capri V6.

Pop star Ed Sheeran guests. Star Trek's Simon Pegg is beamed up to the Reasonably Priced Car.

Jeremy and James take a look at the range of cars flooding the market from South East Asia, while those doyennes of style and fashion, Trinny and Susannah, join the boys for a chat. Jeremy falls in love with the Mercedes CLK Black and Richard takes on some annoyingly cool French skiers.

The young-at-heart trio negotiate insurance companies and accident repairs in the search for the perfect car for a 17-year-old.

Highlights from the last series, including Jeremy Clarkson and the team comparing the Honda S2000, BMW Z4 and Porsche's Boxster. But also, it didn’t have nearly as many people watching, and it didn’t have nearly the same budget.

James May checks out the hydrogen-powered Honda Clarity in California, Jeremy tests the battery-powered Tesla and Tom Jones guests.

Meanwhile, Jezza tries to drive from London to Edinburgh and back in an Audi A8, on just one tank of fuel. Jeremy Clarkson and his fellow petrolheads return with another packed edition of the iconic motoring show.

Benedict Cumberbatch guest stars. 2002 Lexus IS300 Sportcross.

A chance to see Chris Evans' blink-and-you'll-miss-it stint fronting the hit motoring show! Clarkson drives a rare Alfa Romeo in Italy, while Jack Whitehall is the latest star to take to the track.

Clarkson gets chased by the British Army in some of their deadliest new toys, while Hammond and May race the Royal Mail - no jokes about slow deliveries, please.

Turbo-charged exploits with Clarkson and co. Evans said last week he would be ‘disappointed’ if the show attracted under 5 million viewers. Jeremy Clarkson subjects the Skoda Yeti to a thorough road test, while James May visits the test track in the insane Aerial Atom V8. The Cayenne is Porsche's bid to corner the off-road market, so Jezza decides he's the man to give it a whirl. Actor James McAvoy stops by. Will Young is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Jeremy makes a splash at a local swimming pool with a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow MK1 and James travels back to the 70s in a Maserati Bora.