The world's biggest car show is back with a brand new two-part Christmas special in which Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May take three. VIDEO: Top Gear Staffel 22 Patagonia Special. Vom Ufer eines Sees bei Bariloche, Argentinien, machen sich die Top Gear-Hosts Jeremy. Patagonia Special – Teil 2: Die „Top Gear“-Helden brettern in V8-Flitzern durch Patagonien. Die Route führt von Bariloche in Argentinien bis nach .
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Fans also pointed out a joke by Clarkson who appeared to be making light of an Ofcom ruling over his use of the racial slur "slope" during the show's Christmas special last year.
The controversial presenter admired a makeshift bridge during the Christmas special and said: "That is a proud moment, Hammond, but Many took this as a sly reference to an episode in March when Clarkson commented on another makeshift bridge as a man walked on the structure over the River Kwai.
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Argentinian government and people should be ashamed Zander Smith, commenting on the show. The two-part special that had preceded this series also drew international attention when the presenters faced problems completing filming and facing threats to their lives by residents of the Patagonia region over claims a car they drove had number plates deliberately referencing the Falklands War.
To mark the end of the trio's era of presenting Top Gear , the BBC produced a two-part compilation special, titled Top Gear: From A-Z , which aired on 26—30 December , and was narrated by comedian John Bishop.
The special featured the best moments of the past twenty-two series of the programme, and included comments by a number of celebrities and sporting personalities about the presenters' work.
News that production of the series was being planned was hinted by Clarkson on Twitter on 29 April ,  before he later confirmed on 7 July that year that he was going to Morocco to start filming for the show,  with a media outlet in Australia further revealing on 24 October and 29 October that the trio were filming within the country's Northern Territory.
While Wilman had stated in the January issue of Top Gear Magazine issue that Series 22 was to contain 10 episodes in its broadcast, only seven were actually aired; the series abruptly ended after the seventh episode in the wake of Clarkson's suspension, with the BBC opting to pull the last three episodes from its schedule until its investigations on the presenter's assault was completed.
Following their decision not to renew Clarkson's contract, the Director General Tony Hall announced that the broadcaster intended to show the three pulled episodes after it had debated on how to do so,  although all that was left for use was two filmed vehicle challenges.
Furthermore, Hammond and May, along with Wilman, had announced their decisions not to return to the show, leading to a re-think on the matter.
After debating how to end the series, the BBC decided to air the two completed films as part of an extended special episode, with Hammond, May and Wilman asked to postpone their departures from the show to help with producing and hosting it; the official website of Top Gear hinted on 8 June at this having happened by announcing that the filmed segments were to be shown later that year;  it was not until a week later, on 15 June, that the BBC officially confirmed that the segments had been allocated to a minute special that was under production.
Production of the episode led to studio segments being filmed, though no audience was invited to be at the show's studio at Dunsfold on the day of filming.
The final episode of the series was eventually scheduled and aired on 28 June. The trio continue heading southwards for Ushuaia , as they make their way through Chile.
In the second part, the presenters have fun on a dirt-track recreation of the Imola racetrack , collect supplies for a planned car football match, before enduring rough terrain and icy mountains to get to their destination.
However, when they arrive, the group quickly find themselves facing a difficult time with the locals, and recall how badly things went, and how their film coped trying to get back to Chile against dangerous mobs of protestors.
May heads to Lydden Hill Race Circuit to participate in the FIA World Rallycross Championship with a little help from his fellow hosts and finds himself competing against Top Gear USA host, Tanner Foust.
Meanwhile Clarkson heads to the track to look at the beauty of the new Jaguar F-Type R before seeing how it compares to a recreation of a one-off E Type racing prototype - the Eagle Low Drag GT, Hammond heads to Spain to tests out the new Mazda MX-5 , and Nicholas Hoult talks about his role in the film Mad Max: Fury Road before seeing how he did as the latest star in the Vauxhall Astra.
To mark the end of an era, Hammond and May host a special episode featuring two films that had been completed prior to the dismissal of their absent colleague.
In the first film, the pair and Clarkson each try to live as classic car enthusiasts with a particular classic car - Hammond picks a MGB GT , Clarkson chooses a Fiat Sport Spider , and May drives a Peugeot S Cabriolet - testing out their choices, before modifying and improving their cars, and competing against each other to see who's choice is the best.
During , in September and October, filming of the Top Gear special in Argentina was being done by the presenters, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May, alongside a crew of 29 people, with the group using three cars for a road trip across the country and its neighbour of Chile.
Andy Wilman , executive producer for the show, said on 2 October that " Top Gear production purchased three cars for a forthcoming programme; to suggest that this car was either chosen for its number plate, or that an alternative number plate was substituted for the original is completely untrue.
However, discussions failed to do anything, and with more protesters arriving and the atmosphere turning hostile, local police told the group they could not and would not give them any assistance, leading to the team making the decision of leaving.
Believing the presenters were the main target of the controversy, Clarkson, Hammond and May left for Buenos Aires alongside the women of the crew, while the rest of the team focused on driving their equipment and the cars, both the presenters' and their own, back to the border with Chile; in a statement made by May after the incident, planning was done for possible airlifts for the crew if the journey to the border had become too dangerous, in which he and his fellow presenters assisted in planning prior to flying back to Britain.
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Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Though May and Clarkson enjoyed the journey, Hammond's Mustang struggled, with poor steering and heavy fuel consumption, causing him to break down a mile and a half from the destination and be abandoned by May and Clarkson.
When Hammond caught them up, they were informed by producers that they must continue driving southward to Ushuaia. Once there, they were to play a game of football using their cars.
Their route to Ushuaia - planned by Jeremy - took many odd turns along the way. The trio took a side road that ended up leading them to a strange area where the road essentially disappeared.
Eventually, they encountered an unstable bridge which they had to cross in their cars. May was the first to cross, who discovered that the end of the bridge led to a dead end, though chose not to inform Clarkson or Hammond about it.
After heading back, they encountered a swamp, which bogged down the Mustang and the Porsche. Clarkson admitted that the Lotus had been performing better than anyone had expected, as it had not suffered any breakdowns thus far.
After stopping at their hotel for the night, Hammond became extremely upset with his drive along the route and sought to take control, taking them on a different route where he believed the roads would be better.
This route, however, ended up taking them on worse terrain than before, causing all three cars to struggle and Clarkson's Porsche to break down due to an electrical fault.
Though he managed to fix the fault, Hammond was stripped of his leadership and Clarkson took back control of the route. When setting off the next morning, the trio found a large, desolate area, which they used as a race circuit.
When attempting to relocate the road, they discovered that their route had been blocked by a fence, meaning the cars could not continue and that the journey would have to continue on foot.
Clarkson, in protest of this, found some nearby horses, to ride, though when May fell and cracked three ribs, the presenters abandoned this idea and located another route.
At a nearby town, Punta Arenas , the team stop for supplies in preparation for their football game, though end up using most of their supplies to drive across a nearby beach, filled with boulders and other various rocks, where they were landed by a commercial Chilean ship, which cannot transport the three directly to Ushuaia for political reasons.
Shortly before arriving in Ushuaia, Hammond's Mustang breaks down again in the snow, leaving May and Clarkson to continue, in belief that Hammond would follow them in the 2CV.
May and Clarkson crossed a nearby river, after which Hammond joined them for the final straight to Ushuaia. Prior to the trio's arrival in Ushuaia, the residents of the town got word of their upcoming arrival.
There were quite a few injuries from broken glass, a family member was there in an official capacity with the top gear team, Clarkson and the top bods all got airlifted out very quickly and left all the others to run in fear of their lives and take all the equipment and personell while being attacked by the Argentinians and pelted with stones, and yes, it was discussed in some detail and that numberplate was just an unfortunate oversight, it was not in anyway intentional difficult to believe with Clarkson but very true on this occasion , interestingly though when they all drove to the North pole on a different episode and you saw the special forces soldier with his face blanked out push Clarkson into the freezing water through a hole in the ice it was totally unscripted and was done as Clarkson was being his usual moronic self, the soldier was severely reprimanded afterwards but did it to try and get Clarkson to realise the seriousness of the undertaking.
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