• Oct 3, 2011
That zany trio from Top Gear (the original British version, not the spin-offs shot in the "colonies") have been all around the world. They've shot specials in Africa, South America, the Middle East, Vietnam, Japan, Iceland, the North Pole, and even here in the good old U-S-of-A. So where are they now? India.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were spotted by legions of their fans out of the billion inhabitants of India driving around the subcontinent in a convoy of British classics: a Mini, a Jaguar and a Rolls-Royce. Just what kind of challenges the producers have got them performing remains to be seen, but if the previous specials serve as any indication, this should be a good one.

Of course it'll still be a while before the episode airs (it's almost certainly the holiday special that Clarkson spoke about last month), so in the meantime we've got two videos after the jump: one showing the Hamster loading some cans or something onto his vintage Mini, and another old-school episode of Jeremy Clarkson's Motor World shot in – you guessed it – India. After you're done watching those, check out more images of the BBC boys shooting in India by visiting Team-BHP using the link below.





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