As the name suggests, 'Top Gear: Best Of British' is a celebration of all manifestations of Finnish folk dancing from the haunting raisikipi and the delicate kestipilla to the bewitching majesty of the runkiapunkipilliapu in all its many forms. Not really. Best Of British is actually a look back at some of Top Gear's finest encounters with the very best of British cars. And sometimes the very worst. Within this lavishly crafted plastic box you will find over three hours of the great British motor cars and mucking about including an Aston DB9 racing a train to the south of France, a celebration of the Jensen Interceptor, a 1949-style battle between a Jaguar XK120, a Vincent Black Shadow motorcycle and a steam train, and the infamous British Leyland challenge. There's also a toppling Reliant, a roaring Eurofighter, a tiny Peel P50, an even tinier Clarkson P45, a Mini racing a bobsleigh, and the presenters' flag-waving celebration of all that is great about car-building in Blighty, ending with a spectacular, tear-jerking line-up of British-made metal on The Mall. This video is best watched whilst wearing Union Jack underpants.