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Martin Brundle's SuperCars (2003)

Video  -  Documentary  -  17 November 2003 (UK)
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Martin Brundle tests out his top ten super cars on the track and on the road to find out the best car. The cars tested are: Ferrari F40, Lamborghini Diablo GT, Lamborghini Murciélago, TVR ... See full summary »

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Martin Brundle tests out his top ten super cars on the track and on the road to find out the best car. The cars tested are: Ferrari F40, Lamborghini Diablo GT, Lamborghini Murciélago, TVR T440R, Pagani Zonda C12 S, Koenigsegg CC8S, Jaguar XJ220, Enzo Ferrari, Bugatti EB110 and the McLaren F1. Written by Anonymous

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[Martin is driving the McLaren F1 on a wet road]
Martin Brundle: A McLaren F1. It's pouring with rain. It's a leafy autumnal day, there's mud on the roads, it's been a long ho...
[Martin corrects a slide]
Martin Brundle: It's been a long hot summer and the roads are supremely slippery... as we just nearly found out.
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it's alright
21 November 2006 | by (Mauritius) – See all my reviews

I liked it but... really because it contains cool cars and few interesting reviews. However, Martin Brundle just is too critical at times, and the film sometimes has irrelevant reviews, e.g, reviewing the Ferrari F40 for its usability in town seems really stupid to me because Ferrari themselves said that it would never be a car intended for everyday chores in the project brief. It is a car registered for the road Yes but the town is not exactly its natural habitat so what's the point of reviewing the F40 in town??? He really bashed a great supercar like the F40 with this stupid music in the background, damaging this car's prestige for no reason...

AND why the heck is he sooooo critical about those supercars!!??? Loving supercars is all about the passion, personal tastes and feelings towards the cars and he did NOT show this at all in this film... He seemed too much involved in finding the best supercar to be able to transmit the fun experienced in the supercars to the viewer. Brundle is too serious and critical. If you watch this, you will not experience the thrill and fun you get when watching Topgear, NOT AT ALL.

All in all it wasn't that bad as it offered some cool eye-candy.


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