Crashing, bashing and a bus that falls over! It's all Top Gear's very latest fast, fearless and rather daft challenges in one attractive plastic box. Jeremy, Richard and James embark on yet more ill-advised attempts to out-do each other in a stinky cloud of tyre smoke, rust and over-ambitious mucking about.
Cheap Alfas The boys try to prove that old Alfa Romeos are proper petrolheads' cars by buying sub-£1,000 Italian rustbuckets and completing a series of challenges. Well, when we say 'completing'...
British Leyland Challenge General consensus is that British Leyland never made good cars. We disagree. So to prove that 40 years of BL is worth celebrating, the boys shell out for a BL classic and attempt the dreaded water test.
Race Across Japan Jeremy and a Nissan take on James, Richard and the world's greatest public transport in an epic race across Japan. Yes, it's GT-R versus bullet train and it's a close call.
Top Gear vs. the Germans The boys take on the presenters of the German Top Gear telly, makes you think Fawlty Towers could have tried harder with the war jokes to be honest.
The Lorrying Challenge 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 the mother of all lorry challenges.
Richard's F1 Challenge It's the Renault that Fernando Alonso won the world title in, but Richard's not quite on the pace. Put it this way: the tyres needed warming up again after he'd done his laps...
Fox Hunting The boys invent a new rural sport, pitting a pack of hunting dogs against a Daihatsu Terios. Jeremy gets stuck in a river and Richard proves surprisingly good on a horse.
Bus Racing Boris Johnson wants to know which bus is the best for London. To find out, we get a bunch of touring car drivers to race them round a gravel circuit. Very scientific...