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This reimagined U.S. version of "Top Gear" gives a nod to its British roots while introducing new elements to the long-running franchise. In addition to reviewing exclusive and state-of-the-art vehicles, the series pays tribute to America's rich automotive history by reviewing culture-defining vehicles from the country's past. Viewers get a front-row seat as the car-obsessed hosts race the cars on scenic highways and historic tracks of the American West. Each episode features a celebrity who competes to land at the top of the leaderboard. Also along for the ride is the franchise's mysterious test driver, Stig. Hosting this version of the show are actor William Fichtner, drag racer Antron Brown and automotive journalist Tom "Wookie" Ford.

Latest episodes

aired 55 days ago
An unaired scene from the show.
aired 219 days ago
The hosts revisit the past and share their first love; AMG turns 50 years old; one man shares his opinion on what epitomizes the Mercedes tuner from its humble beginnings to the latest supercar.
aired 220 days ago
Bill's car was written in song, Antron unleashes the ponies and Wookie picks the less obvious example of the bunch; the Stig settles the score around the track with a proper head-to-head.
aired 227 days ago
Antron, Wookie and Bill explore UTVs, testing their bravery on the hills of Southern California.
aired 234 days ago
The boys visit a dirt oval track near the birthplace of NASCAR; the Stig tests childhood dreams with the Skyline and sets the track on fire in the Audi R8.
aired 241 days ago
Antron visits the pits of the NHRA and teaches Wookie to drive; a police fleet gets a test at the driving academy; Bill tests the Cadillac CTS-V; Haley Joel Osment visits.
aired 248 days ago
Bill, Wookie and Antron choose campers for an adventure on a path less traveled; Stig takes a minivan around the track.
aired 255 days ago
Tricks of the movie trade; Bill learns how Steve McQueen felt driving the Mustang in the 1968 film, "Bullitt."
aired 262 days ago
William Fichtner, Tom "Wookie" Ford and Antron Brown bond on an adventure in Volkswagen Bugs in Baja Mexico; the latest NSX; the Ford Raptor.

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