For over ten years, Top Gear has been travelling all over Britain in the course of making the world’s best programme about cars, driving, and three men in smart-casual clothes shouting at each other. So, who better to assemble a guide to Britain itself with all its glories, quirks and multiple words for bread rolls?

This book is not only a guide for outsiders; it is an invaluable reference manual for Britons themselves, like a mirror held up to our very souls.* Join us then, as we travel from A-Z cataloguing and making moderately flippant remarks about every aspect of life and living in the best country in the world after New Zealand, Denmark, probably Canada and some bits of France.

*Although in this case, a mirror that has been dropped and then run over by a small lorry but don’t worry, some bits of it still just about work.

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25 thoughts on “France

  1. jnzkngs

    CorruptioN, have you seen Top Gear US? Insulting one of the most powerful
    countries in the world hasn’t done them any harm. :D

  2. Wyrmshadow

    The most fatuous tenth rate entertainment ever devized by man. Ten
    effect,inmate blacksmiths waving their arms about with bits of cloth they
    just wiped their noses on.

  3. Slater Young

    that is rude. i hope that’s just fake. way to ruin a peaceful dancing
    people’s gathering. :/

  4. Toosin Beymen

    Is this how Top Gear creates the eff top gear movement across the globe and
    especially Britain?

  5. KanaalVanDS

    Some say that he didn’t hate the Morris Dancers but that he just hated the
    stereo. And that he only took the guys hat because he could.

    All we know is… He’s called The Stig!

  6. TheFishRunGarage

    I imagine it’s something like this in the book: people morris dance in
    Britain. they are like owners of peugoets, you can do it, just dont be
    expected to be invited to any parties

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