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Top Gear Series 19 Episode 1 Review - Team VVV

VVV: "To balance out the serious car content, the final slapstick segment centred on Jeremy reattempting his quest to find the world's smallest car after his infamous drive in the Peel P50. Its successor was what he dubbed the P45, a custom-built micro-car that made Clarkson look like Buzz Lightyear on a mobility scooter, complete with go faster stripes.

Unfortunately, while it was initially hilarious watching a cramped Clarkson confined in such a diminutive contraption pootling along London’s public roads and shopping centres, the segment outstayed its welcome, and was the weak point of the episode. Indeed, for a one-joke film it was hard to justify it occupying nearly a third of the entire episode." (Top Gear, TV)

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