Wow, thanks! That episode really had everything!Yes to both and there was also the Veyron SuperSport in it... oh, and Cameron Diaz, too. I'll just gloss over Tom Cruise.
Looked to me like the plane landed on the untouched parts of the snow and later drove onto the TG runway and, since its TG, crashed.How scary was it land a plane knowing that the runway had been done by the hosts of Top Gear?
Top Gear knows shit all about cars, that much is clear. To add to your sig; Clarkson tests the Gallardo hardtop and says he expected it to be a big TT, but it isn't. Fast forward a few years, Clarkson tests the Gallardo softtop and claims the hardtop feels like a big TT but the softtop doesn't. Wat.Didn't really like it. Not enough cars basicly, only saw the M3 and RS5 and that only lasted for about 10 mins.
Can't really comment on the "really funny" bits because I have started to skip over those a couple of seasons ago. What I would like is for TG to start being more consistent, for instance JC commented on the RS5 that is was the first Audi he could remember which didn't have the V8 mounted so far forward. And that is didn't help the handling at all.
Euh...There have been tons of RS4 on the program, where they commented the exact same thing and said it did work and the RS4 handled really well. So did they forget the RS4? Or is the RS5 worse then the RS4?
I shouldn't base my opinion of cars on TG obviously, but still it would be nice to know how these sort of cars stack up.