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Aero and suspension tweaks make the most of its 700 stock horsepower

Aero and suspension tweaks make the most of the GT2 RS's 700 stock horsepower.

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Turns out hearses aren't designed for fast corners

Turns out hearses aren't designed for fast corners.

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Season 26 trailer previews what's to come for Matt, Chris and Rory

Season 26 trailer previews what's to come for Matt, Chris and Rory.

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No injuries, but the Porsche looks worse for wear

Harris also later confirmed that speed wasn't a factor in the crash.

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Rory Reid also leaves his primary host role

Rory Reid also leaves his primary host role.

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It's classic Top Gear all the way to 200 mph.

There's even a glimpse of The Stig.

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UK viewers get to see it starting Feb. 25 - here's a preview

There will be cars.

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The French sports car caught fire at a Monte Carlo Rally stage.

In the end, there wasn't much left of the Alpine.

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And then heads to the Mojave Desert.

The Ford GT looks great at Laguna Seca, too.

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And yeah, there are running cars and running jokes too.

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This is now what to expect from 'Top Gear.'

Which supercar would you use year round?

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If BBC TG is a town, the boys are back in it.

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The show returns on March 5.

One of the few times a Ford GT is going to be overshadowed.

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It's Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid, and The Stig, together again.

Still no official date, but it's apparently "coming soon" to both the BBC and BBC America.

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And yes, there are only three hosts in this teaser.

Hey BBC, could we have a bit more info than "Coming Soon?"

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The American has a verbal agreement with the BBC.

Matt LeBlanc's return to Top Gear isn't certain after the host revealed that there's nothing officially happening between him and the BBC.

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Running footage of famous cars and famous people at the famous Circuit de la Sarthe.

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More drifting and tire-slaying to ensue.

Top Gear's Chris Harris will get a seven-part TV series on BBC America called Chris Harris on Cars.

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