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Grannies Attempt Hand Brake Parking 

The Stig tests the Honda NSX Type R, as Jeremy drives the Renault Vel Satis, and the Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG. The grannies are back; Hammond tests the new BMW Z4, and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson is the next star in a reasonably-priced car.

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Episode credited cast:
Jeremy Clarkson ... Himself - Presenter
Jason Dawe Jason Dawe ... Himself - Presenter
Richard Hammond ... Himself - Presenter
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson ... Herself
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Perry McCarthy Perry McCarthy ... The Stig
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The Stig tests the super-fast, mid-engine sports car, Honda NSX Type R, while Jeremy drives the spacious French executive car, Renault Vel Satis. In the meantime, the grannies are back for yet another challenge, as Jason takes them to experience the thrills of handbrake parking in a small Mini. Hammond takes the German roadster, BMW Z4, for a spin--and then--Jeremy tests the fast automatic car, the Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG. In the end, British actress, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, or TP-T, is the next star in a reasonably-priced car. Written by Nick Riganas

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24 November 2002 (UK) See more »

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Despite being right-hand drive, the Honda NSX was obviously supplied by Honda Germany. It has a German registration plate starting with the letters OF for Offenbach, where the German Honda distributor is located. See more »

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References This Is Spinal Tap (1984) See more »

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