Have you ever wanted to see James May wearing a funny hat and throwing a chair over a hedge? No, thought not. But you’re going to anyway because both of these curious things happen as the boys attempt to unearth the ideal cars for 17 year olds.
They find themselves set the rather timely task of packing up a load of gear after a music festival and then escaping from the muddy car parking field. The muddy and, as it turns out, rather slippery car parking field.
Other things to note during this remarkable item of real world consumer advice are Jeremy’s bizarrely malfunctioning windscreen washers and Richard’s superb use of the hitherto unheard phrase ‘custard rustling’. It’ll make more sense when you see the programme on Sunday.
And if that teaser doesn’t blow your frock up – which, on reflection, it probably doesn’t – this week’s show also features the world’s first ever race between the two fastest cars ever made.
They are of course the Bugatti Veyron and the Toyota Picnic 2.0i GLS. Sorry, I think someone has been scribbling on the office programme planner. It’s probably going to be the Veyron against the McLaren F1. Probably.