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Top Gear Sunday, 28 August, at 7.30pm on Prime

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Top Gear Sunday, 28 August, at 7.30pm on Prime

Rev up for a brand new series of Prime?s top rating Top Gear from this Sunday night at 7:30pm. Hosted by hilarious Jeremy Clarkson, this new series will have more revealing reviews, irreverence, wit and unbiased honesty from the well-known Top Gear team.

Top Gear is consistently one of Prime?s most watched programmes, attracting impressive viewer numbers each week. Introducing new cars on the globe?s roads and new motoring technology, Top Gear delivers information, entertainment and style.

The first episode of the new series sees Jeremy Clarkson squared up against a Challenger 2 tank in the new Range Rover Sport; James May and Richard Hammond play five-a-side footie with the Toyota Aygo; the Mercedes CLS AMG, a 4 door saloon that looks like a 2 door coupe; the Element, a funky, family car from Honda; and James Nesbitt is this week?s Star in a reasonably priced car.

The new series of Top Gear starts on Prime on Sunday, August 28 at 7:30pm.

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