Top Gear

Top Gear and similar may refer to the following:

  • The lowest gear ratio (or ordinally, the highest gear) available in the transmission of an automobile

Read more about Top Gear:  Television Series About Motoring, Video Games, See Also

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Stuart Oliver (racing Driver) - Racing Career - Top Gear
... rumoured that Stuart Oliver appeared as the ‘Rig Stig’ on Top Gear Series 12, Episode 1 ... He has appeared on an episode on Top Gear (2002 TV series) for driving a Douglas aircraft tug in a race comprising airport vehicles ...
Top Gear - See Also
... Top Gear (radio show), BBC radio music programme (1960's -1975) Top Gear (Kings Road), clothes boutique of the Swinging London era ...
Steve Pizzati
... In 2008, he was selected from 4,000 applicants to be one of the presenters of Top Gear Australia on SBS TV ... In February 2009, Pizzati joined Top Gear UK hosts Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond for ten performances of the Top Gear Live stadium show held at ... James May and Shane Jacobson to host the first Top Gear Festival at Sydney Motorsport Park ...
Top Gear Controversies - Tesla Roadster Review
... Top Gear stands by the findings in this film and is content that it offers a fair representation of the Tesla's performance on the day it was tested", without addressing the other concerns ... Mr Justice Tugendhat said that no Top Gear viewer would have reasonably compared the car's performance on the show's airfield track to its likely performance on a public road ...
Comic Relief (charity) - 2000s - 2007 Event
... Also a special hybrid of Top of the Pops and Top Gear titled Top Gear of the Pops was made for Red Nose Day ... and James May singing with Justin Hawkins, as well as Top Gear segments such as The Cool Wall ...

Famous quotes containing the words gear and/or top:

    But Lord, remember me and mine
    Wi’ mercies temporal and divine!
    That I for grace and gear may shine,
    Excelled by nane!
    And a’ the glory shall be thine!
    Amen! Amen!
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    The gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly rolling a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight. They had thought with some reason that there is no more dreadful punishment than futile and hopeless labor.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)