Top Gear, Series 14
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Hinweis: Sie sehen die englischsprachige Originalversion dieser TV-Sendung. Die deutsche Fassung finden Sie unter „Zugehörig“. Series 14 of the world's biggest car show takes to the skies as James makes a DIY airship - out of a caravan. Back on the ground, Richard races a fleet of airport machinery down a runway, and all three of the boys tackle the depths of the Amazon rainforest in decrepit SUVs. They are dropped in Bolivia's Amazon basin and must climb up to La Paz, the highest capital city in the world, but will they survive El Camino De La Muerte - otherwise known as the 'road of death'? The Stig is let loose on the track in the Audi R8 V10, the Mercedes SLS and the Lexus LFA. And look out for Jeremy taking his Renault Twingo for a short flight and a swim in Belfast.
|1||VideoSeries 14, Episode 1||Jeremy, Richard and James take an Aston Martin DBS Volante, a Ferrari California and a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder to Romania in search of an obscure stretch of tarmac that some hardcore drivers claim is nothing less than the greatest road in the world. Meanwhile, James makes a rare appearance on the track as he compares two absurdly powerful limos, the BMW 760i and Mercedes S63 AMG, and gets into a strange card game with The Stig. Plus, Star Trek, Troy and Hulk star Eric Bana is the Hollywood legend in the Reasonably Priced Car.||1:01:02||2,49 €||In iTunes ansehen|
|2||UntertitelVideoSeries 14, Episode 2||Jeremy, Richard and James attempt to save the planet by building their own electric car, and then put their latest 'green' creation through the rigours of the new car testing process. Meanwhile on the track, the battle of the continents, as Europe takes on the USA and Jeremy pits the Corvette ZR1's muscle against the finesse of Audi's R8 V10. The Star in a Reasonably Priced Car is Hollywood's hottest new property, Frost/Nixon and Damned United star Michael Sheen.||1:01:15||2,49 €||In iTunes ansehen|
|3||UntertitelVideoSeries 14, Episode 3||Jeremy and Richard settle the thorny issue of which company has, above all others, made the greatest number of truly brilliant cars. James has a novel solution for getting caravans to campsites without clogging up the roads, and Jeremy hits the track in a remarkable replica of a legendary rally car. Plus Radio 2 DJ and all round petrolhead Chris Evans is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.||1:01:50||2,49 €||In iTunes ansehen|
|4||UntertitelVideoSeries 14, Episode 4||Jeremy Clarkson travels to Belfast to conduct an extremely thorough test of the Renaultsport Twingo 133 involving a tunnel, a ferry and the actor Ross Kemp. Meanwhile, Richard Hammond investigates ways to speed up your next summer holiday through the crucible of motorsport as he invents the brand new sport of airport vehicle racing. At the other end of the intellectual spectrum, James May tests the new Vauxhall Insignia VXR in the company of Margaret Calvert, the lady responsible for inspired design philosophy behind the familiar British road sign. Finally, Jeremy is on and off the track in the BMW X5M, Audi Q7 V12 and the latest version of the supercharged Range Rover.||59:10||2,49 €||In iTunes ansehen|
|5||UntertitelVideoSeries 14, Episode 5||Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to prove that cars can be art by taking over an entire modern art gallery in Middlesbrough and filling it with motoring-related works, including some remarkable creations of their own. In their quest to prove that cars can be more popular than traditional art, the presenters set themselves the challenge of attracting more visitors to their exhibition than will visit a more traditional gallery over the same period, a task that forces them to engage in some unusual promotional activities. Also on the show, Jeremy is on the test track in a new British supercar, the sensationally fast and sensationally expensive Noble M600.||58:58||2,49 €||In iTunes ansehen|
|6||UntertitelVideoThe Bolivia Special||Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are dropped deep in the Bolivian rain forest armed only with three shabby 4x4s which they bought from the local small ads for a maximum of £3500 a piece. What follows is set to be their most extraordinary journey to date as they attempt to drive from the heart of Bolivia to the coast of Chile, encountering local drug lords, the debilitating effects of high altitude and the terrifying sheer drops of the infamous Death Road along the way. But before all that, they've got to escape from the deep, dark centre of the rain forest in what is without doubt the toughest and most unmissable challenge Top Gear has ever faced.||1:16:25||2,49 €||In iTunes ansehen|
|7||UntertitelVideoSeries 14, Episode 7||Jeremy Clarkson makes a film about the BMW X6 and ends up conducting one of the most expensive road tests in Top Gear history. James May drives the new Vauxhall Insignia VXR, accompanied by Margaret Calvert, the designer of Britain's road signs; and Richard Hammond tests the 340,000 pound Lexus supercar on the Top Gear track. The boys then try out the latest in electric personal transport in the studio, and the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car is blues musician Seasick Steve.||1:00:15||2,49 €||In iTunes ansehen|
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meiner Ansicht nach die beste und unterhaltsamste Autosendung schlechthin. Ich freue mich sehr auf die Staffel 14. Ich hoffe iTunes Deutschland wird mir der Veröffentlichung der 15ten Staffel sich nicht so lange Zeit lassen....
Zur aktuellen Staffel. Wie immer haben Jeremey Clarkson, Richard Hammond und James May einiges vor sich. Viele Herausforderungen erwarten die drei in den einzelnen Sendungen als auch in einem Special. Die mit unter beste Staffel! Daneben sind wieder unterhaltsame und gute Tests in der Staffel, wobei sich auch Stars bei fahrten in den "Resonable priced car" in die Hand geben.
Natürlich in Englisch, wie auch sonst. Viel Spaß beim schauen. Sehr zu empfehlen.
- Genre: Dokumentationen
- Erschienen: 19.12.2010
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