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The modified 747 aircraft that appears in the background of many of the 'reviews' and 'Star in a Reasonably Priced Car' segments (and was even towed during the 'Tractor' review in season six) is the "Skyfleet" aircraft modified for the James Bond film, Casino Royale (2006). The airport sequence for 'Casino Royale' was filmed at Dunsfold Aerodrome, where 'Top Gear' is based. See more »
[about TVR Tuscan 2]
You see, my wife loves this car. She loves the noise and the vibrations and the sense of danger and the way that when you over-rev it, the whole dash lights up like a baboon's backside. Richard Hammond on the other hand, he pretty much hates it. He says its too difficult and too complicated and that all the stitching in here looks like the kind of stitching you find when someone's tried to mend their own shoes.
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Top Gear is unlike any of the car shows produced in the U.S. It is, to use a term popular on the other side of the pond, brilliant. The hosts display personalities, wit, and charm. Along with the facts and numbers the souls of the cars are revealed. Any car. We aren't subjected to just the latest and greatest, but, also the common; just seen through the eyes of those who enjoy cars. Top Gear is like sitting around with your buddies and talking cars and having a good laugh all the while. It was good to have a car show that's intelligent and witty. It's a shame the Discovery Channel no longer has room in it's schedule for a show that's fun to watch.
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