Cuidad Real, south of MadridYeah, I thought of that as well. It was not exactly represntative, but still a comment from a Spanish FG member may be enlightening.
Also, I'm curious where the abandoned "new" airport was, as used in the speed test, anyone know? (Gibraltar Airport is mentioned in the Spoilers section, but it's clearly not there.)
I definitely would consider myself a non petrol head (I drive a Hyundai *G*), but I must say that this was a fantastic episode. Definite a return to form, classic. I will definitely be rewatching this'n.I see the non petrol head viewers didn't like it cos there was no TG Comedy.
Actually, I think it was as simple as James May showing up in a supercar, parking, getting out, signing autographs, people telling their friends to come see. Then Hammond does the same thing, more crowds, more attention. And finally, when it's much darker outside and the crowds are much larger, word having spread that TopGear is at the marina, Jeremy comes rolling along in his bright yellow MP412C with the top down. They probably knew what was going to happen, but I wouldn't call it scripted.There were definitely some blatant scripted bits (every single person in that town wanted to take a pic of the 12C ),
He hit a wall in the Ferrari... were you not watching? That's stressy as FUCK. Who knows what Ferrari might say? "No more car for BBC!" Also, perhaps there was a bit of bathroom issues from Jeremy's supperAlso Richard genuinely seemed tired on the street circuit race day. I wonder what happened the night before?
Someone needs a hug.your name is audi, you drive an audi, you have it in your avatar and you still have the need to comment on the fucking audi from the last decade?