The Clarkson Collection, DVD DVD


Four volumes of motoring madness with 'Top Gear' presenter Jeremy Clarkson.

Clarkson celebrates the automobiles of Italy in the road-trip special 'The Italian Job' (2010).

While in Italy he visits the Fiorano test track and the Imola race circuit as well as sampling the delights of the Porsche GT3, the Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera and the Mercedes SLS AMG.

In 'Duel' (2009), Clarkson enlists the help of celebrities including Kate Silverton, Matt Dawson and Ronan Keating to answer the car-related questions you never knew you wanted to ask.

Which car makes the most smoke while going sideways, a Lamborghini Murcielago SuperVeloce or a Vauxhall VXR8 Bathurst S?

Can The Stig drift while wearing wellies? What will hit the ground first from 150 feet up: a penny or a Ford Scorpio? And can a man with a rubbish car get it home using no fuel at all, just a catapult?

In 'Supercar Showroom' (2007), Clarkson travels the planet to find the ultimate supercar.

He compares the topless versions of the Ferrari 430 and Lamborghini Gallardo.

The Gallardo's big cousin, the Murcielago, weighs in too.

The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano struts its stuff and Audi's R8 faces up to the Porsche GT3 as special guest, Sabine Schmitz, takes on The Stig.

Clarkson also has go at being a Formula 1 hero thanks to a Radical SR3 and has a fantastic time in the Aston Martin Vantage V8 Roadster.

Plus there's a new kid on the block in the shape of the stunning Ascari A10.

Finally, the line-up would not be complete without the 1000 horsepower, 252 mph Bugatti Veyron.

In 'Heaven and Hell' (2005), Clarkson enthuses about the best motors of 2005, and names and shames the worst cars of the year also. And, just to prove his point, he has the worst cars ceremonially destroyed...


  • Format: DVD
  • Region: 2
  • Certification: (PG)
  • EAN: 5014138605582
  • Catalogue number: 2EDVD0558
  • Studio: 2 Entertain
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  • Genre: General
  • Colour: Colour


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