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Sunday 13 July
8:00pm - 9:00pm
Top Gear undertakes one of its epic races as Jeremy Clarkson attempts to drive the remarkable new Nissan GT-R right across Japan faster than Richard Hammond and James May can make the same journey on the legendary Bullet Train. Plus, Richard tries Toyota's idea of personal transport for the future, the sensational Alfa Romeo 8C brings some glamour to the Top Gear track and news readers Fiona Bruce and Kate Silverton are the Stars in The Reasonably Priced Car.
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[URL=http://www.topgear.com/content/news/stories/3022/]TopGear.com[/URL] said:Another Wednesday and another trip to Surrey to visit the Top Gear studio.
And it was very wet. So wet in fact that the Stig had to get hold of some water wings to get around the track. The torrential rain didn't hamper the show mind you.
Jeremy kicks off this week by asking some existential questions, but don't worry, he asks them while going sideways in Alfa Romeo's incredible supercar, the 8C Competizione.
Slidey, slidey, powerslides.
It's then Stig's turn to take it for a lap around a track that was well damp to say the least.
More good news this week, James has some exciting details from Dacia about their Sandero, and you the viewers have been sending in some incredible examples of road signs you've spotted. (Its like Blue Peter this sign business.)
The guests come from the corridors of the BBC news centre in the form of Fiona Bruce and Kate Silverton, two of the Beeb's most respected newsreaders. Unfortunately Jeremy has some bad blood with newsreaders after he invaded their offices in his little Peel car.
Let's hope that their two most attractive broadcasters can forgive him.
And the Big Stuff? Well you hear a lot about Japan on the telly. Most of it regarding how baffling the culture is - a strange indecipherable language, completely alien customs and a penchant for eating raw seaweed (not high on most peoples' shopping list).
So It seemed like the perfect place to send the boys for an epic race, that involves Jeremy in Nissan's new monster GT-R against the other two on public transport.
It's quite honestly breathtaking and one not to miss at any cost.
So tune in, this Sunday, BBC Two, 8pm.
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