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|Top Gear, now on American shores! Top Gear USA brings the best of the global hit with a jolting American twist on everything from “Star In A Reasonably Priced Car” to “Power Tests” to those oh-so-terrifyingly fun challenges. Taking advantage of being on US soil—and thus armed with a totally different set of laws, accents, landscapes, and bravado—Top Gear USA will allow audiences to witness even more insane stunts including Adam Ferrara in a $1,000 Cadillac attempting to travel through a Dukes Of Hazzard-esque Moonshine course, and Foust in a Viper versus a Cobra attack helicopter. All in all, it’s a balance between a festival of super cars and crazy stunts with total beaters. But most of all, it’s some of the best fun you will ever see. And yes! There will be a Stig!|
Editor's NoteThis box set contains every episode from the initial season of the American version of TOP GEAR featuring Adam Ferrara, Tanner Faust, and Rutledge Wood showcasing the coolest cars in existence.
Top Gear US: The Complete First Season - DVD Review
By: Scott Varnham Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 8/1/2011 5:34 PM
|When I heard that the BBC had decided to allow an American version of Top Gear to be made, my knee-jerk reaction was to assume that there would be copious amounts of gunfire, ladies, hicks in hats and gunfire. Fortunately, I was only right about one of them (the ladies). Instead of the three hosts Brits and Americans with BBC America are used to (Jeremy Clarkson and the Gang), this version has three people that I'd never heard of: rally racer Tanner Foust (a man whose distinguishing feature is that he looks like Michael J. Fox), racing analyst Rutledge Wood (a man who has the strangest first name I've ever heard), and comedian Adam Ferrara (going into the realm of personal opinion, he's a comedian who's not actually that funny)....read the full review|