I agree. They have improved, without question, but it's still very awkward. I think it was most evident at the beginning when they set up the segment. They were clearly looking at each other, pausing, and waiting for their cue.
Nevertheless I still like this show.
Much better. What I loved most about this episode was the drift challenge. I didn't love it because it was the most entertaining, but because it was the most original. It's similar to Jeremy talking the man around the UK track, yes. But if this segment is similar, the others are carbon copies.
I've a question about the car tags. What's with those anagrams? LIAR 48R and GOSH 299 and CUNT 131 aren't very clever when you have those extra letters and numbers. Is there a law that car tags in England have to use up seven spaces?
Some categories make no sense:
Compact Executive: You're an executive, so why do you want a cramped luxury sedan?
Mini MPV: Move lots of people; don't cram them into a clown car.
City car / supermini: Oh come on, there aren't any cars in this segment. There are merely enclosed golf carts. :P