Wasn't a fan of the race.
James making jokes. :lol:
"The radiators will be sucking in air?"
Wow the digital speedo kept going.
FUCK ME, around the track... and finally a lap record.
Still shocked they got them two, I know it's plugging a movie but still. Louie Spence to Tom Cruise. :lol:
Erm... Cameron is kinda ugly?
Cameron shortest record ever. :lol:
People taking pictures, is that allowed?
Rating 4 billion... you had the supersport on the track!!!
That was an amazing episode! I was impressed by how fast that Veyron SS kept on going, and the SIARPC bit was great. Especially Tom pulling a Gambon in the end there , and their times was fantastic. I think Tom's time will be there for awhile. I also liked the Senna bit as well. A very good touching tribute. 10/10 certainly the best episode I've seen in recent years.
Captain Slow in the Veyron doing 267MPH, Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz in the reasonably priced car and both being the fastest and second fastest stars and Clarksons Article on Ayrton Senna was simply the icing on the cake.
Didnt catch the start so missed most of Hammond in the Toureg but laughed when he did his lap in the 911 in 18 minutes or there abouts.
Screw the comedy. Screw the roleplaying. Give me real emotions. Give me Richard enjoying an ice lake. Give me Captain Slow going berserk in an insane car. Give me Jeremy being the best motoring journalist he can be with an ab-so-lu-te-ly brilliant piece of human interest.
Hammond's piece was just like old times. Not scripted, just fun cocking about.
The news, there wasn't really much of it, but I did giggle at the Porsche "Lap". I can see some complaints about the Burqha comments though...
James' Bugatti film, just like the previous one, just breathtaking. The speed of that thing is INSANE.
Tom and Cameron. Great interview, Jezza was having a whale of a time. He was as giddy as a schoolboy in the car with Cameron. I can't believe Cruise got that time, though. That did not look like a 1:44.
The Senna film was just beautiful. A very fitting tribute. I've only recently gotten into F1, and it juat makes me sad to see what I've missed. Hamilton's piece in the car was great as well, I was slightly teary at the end.
That was the most complete episode since 04x01 (The aston race episode). Fantasic bunch of features, lots felt like old top gear.
Couple of complaints, It wasn't the best interview clarkson's done on the show. But who cares? Gambon corner should be renamed, that was an epic near roll.
Oh, and clarkson should have made the Senna feature an hour long. And interviewed more drivers, like Gerhard Berger, Piquet and Prost. But fucking kudos for talking to brundle. Most people forget him in the Senna tale.
Who was the sad git who gave it a 3? Name and shame.