To put it short: Profiles on the Range Rover Sport and Honda Element, along with a game of car soccer. Full Summary: On back-with-a-bang Top Gear, we played football in cars, drove a cool Honda, and tried to blow up Jeremy using a tank. The new Range Rover Sport is so big, heavy and powerful that we couldn't really think of any other car to test it against. So instead we used a really massive tank. Jeremy tried to use manoeuvrability and cunning to outwit his Challenger 2 opponent. His luck didn't last long, though, and he was soon blown off the road. Hondas have long been favoured by, shall we say, the older driver. But when James drove the new Element he was worried it might be a bit too funky for Britain's pensioners. To find out, he took it to a bowls club in Eastbourne and asked the members what they thought. They didn't like it, which officially made it the world's first cool Honda. James Nesbitt joined a long list of celebrities whoâ€™d broken bits off our Liana. He decided to drive through one of the on-track signs, and didn't seem too bothered about applying the breaks. Good man. With our proud tradition of inventing new motor sports, Richard introduced the latest: car football. We took ten Toyota Aygos, a large bouncy football, and proceeded to have a game of motoring five-a-side. Much to our surprise, it actually worked. Great car too.
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Top Gear is a British TV series about motor vehicles, primarily cars. It is hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May, Jason Dawe and T...Show more >