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Top Gear preview: episode four, season 19
In this week’s Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May lay on a special treat to coincide with the Six Nations championship: a game of rugby at the sport’s spiritual home in England, Twickenham.
In it we see a fleet of Kias rampaging all over the hallowed turf, attempting to score a try with a giant rugby ball. It promises to be just as quick – and violent – as the real thing played out at Twickers on match day. Click through our gallery above to see more pictures and details of what’s in our Top Gear preview.
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why oh why do people keep picking on top gear at least its better on more entertaining to watch than wannabe celebs or reality tv. This programme is great and it really just shows how low our nation as sunk if people think that these celeb/reality tv shows are worth watching more than top gear
These days I dont watch much tv but i do watch top gear or a really good film or a documentery program in other words some thing more intresting and stimulating than all these totally mind numbing reality/celeb shows
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