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"Fifth Gear" gets viewers up to speed on all the latest automotive information, with new car reviews, secondhand bargains and industry tidbits being the focus of this magazine show. The presenting lineup of Tiff Needell (former Le Mans winner), Jason Plato (multiple Touring Car champion), Vicki Butler-Henderson (racing driver instructor from the age of 17) and Jonny Smith (automotive journalist and car buyer) go under the hoods of the latest speedsters and conduct tests and stunts to see how a variety of cars -- from exotic to everyday -- perform. There's also a mix of high-octane features filmed around the world.

Latest episodes

aired 179 days ago
Former Formula One driver Karun Chandhok returns to battle Jason Plato on the track in two of the most sought-after supercars, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the Nissan GT-R Nismo.
aired 179 days ago
Tiff Needell and Jason take the new Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro out on the track. The team tests Volvo's new V60 estate, to see if it rivals offerings from BMW and Mercedes.
aired 186 days ago
Jonny Smith and Vicki Butler-Henderson go head to head as they review two 4x4 off-road vehicles; Vicki looks at some of the best deals to be found on SUVs.
aired 186 days ago
New-car reviews, second-hand bargains and industry news.
aired 200 days ago
Jason Plato is joined by former F1 driver Karun Chandhok to see who will be crowned king of the hot-hatches; the team tests the first Mercedes pick-up truck, the X-Class.
aired 207 days ago
New-car reviews, second-hand bargains and industry news.
aired 207 days ago
The team tries out a range of new tests, new races and new motors from around the world; as well as meeting motoring legends, top supercars are put through their paces.
aired 214 days ago
Jason and Tiff test two saloons against each other on the track, the Mercedes AMG C63 S and Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio; guest star Ronnie O'Sullivan tests the DS 7 Crossback.

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