Top Gear: Winter Olympics Trailer

Top Gear: Winter Olympics Trailer (2006)

05 June 2006 60 mins

Filmed on location on the mountains of Lillehammer, Norway. The presenters of Top Gear test out the cars in their own interepretation of the Olympic Games. Events include the Biathlon with a Volvo XC90 and an Audi Q7, a mini on the ski jump and slalom speed/dance skating using a Jaguar and a Range Rover, a Citroen C1 in the endurance test and a game of Ice Hockey.

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Top Gear - Winter Olympics Trailer

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