Four AWESOME challenges from Top Gear Series 32 | BBC

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00:00 – 00:03 – Intro

00:03 – 05:11 – EXTREME SCRAPYARD DEATH RACE!

05:11 – 09:46 – TERRIFYING BOBSLEIGH RACE!

09:46 – 16:35 – EXTREME TRUCK RACING!

16:35 – 20:33 – EXTREME SWAMP BUGGY RACING!

1. EXTREME SCRAPYARD DEATH RACE! Freddie, Chris and Paddy attempt to qualify as lorry drivers before embarking on a stormy HGV road trip across Britain – and a spot of truck racing.

2 TERRIFYING BOBSLEIGH RACE! Freddie Flintoff attempts to break the national speed limit of 60 miles an hour in an adapted Sinclair C5, in honour of designer Sir Clive, by racing down Norway’s national bobsleigh track in Lillehammer.

3. EXTREME TRUCK RACING! The team find out if you can grab a reliable used car for less than £500, before putting them to the test against The Stig in a race to the death (almost…) around one of the biggest scrapyards in Europe.

4. EXTREME SWAMP BUGGY RACING! Freddie Flintoff, Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris are in the Florida Everglades competing in a swamp buggy race.

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