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20 years of Clarkson: ladies love a slow driver (2000)


All women think their husband is a useless driver... so slow down, boys, and drive the wife wild
20 YEARS OF CLARKSON AT THE SUNDAY TIMES

20 years of Clarkson: rear-view mirror


A lot has happened in the last twenty years, but for Jeremy Clarkson it has been the blink of an eye
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20 years of Clarkson: Hummer H2 review (2003)


When things in the Middle East finally kick off, George W Bush will be able to field 120,000 troops, three carrier battle groups and more than 1,000...
Jeremy Clarkson reviews first ever Goodwood Festival of Speed

20 years of Clarkson: the first ever Goodwood Festival...


Silverstone, Brands Hatch et al may be attracting a new breed of builder’s-bottomed spectator, but Goodwood is different
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20 years of Clarkson: Ford Probe review (1994)


Wedding photographs. It doesn’t matter when people married, the pictures all look the same. People in 1920s wedding snaps look pretty similar...
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Faster and more furious


News: Bugatti dismisses Hennessey's speed record claim (video)
JEREMY CLARKSON'S FIVE BEST AND WORST CARS EVER

20 years of Clarkson: the five best and worst cars...


We find the cars that Jeremy Clarkson has most enjoyed or hated using, including two weren’t even worth a single star
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Showtime!


2014 Geneva motor show: launch day highlights
20 years of Jeremy Clarkson: 2004 Ford GT review

20 years of Clarkson: Ford GT review (2005)


Thirty-five years ago I promised myself that one day I’d own a Ford GT40, the blue-collar supercar that took an angle grinder to Ferrari’s...
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20 years of Clarkson: two decades of wit and wisdom


Some of the best bits of Jeremy Clarkson’s reviews are nothing to do with the car on test. Here is a selection of his finest putdowns.
Jeremy Clarkson Bugatti Veyron review

20 years of Clarkson: Bugatti Veyron 16.4 review (2005)


When you push a car past 180mph, the world starts to get awfully fizzy and a little bit frightening. When you go past 200mph it actually becomes blurred.
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20 years of Clarkson: Audi TT V6 quattro review (2006)


The road that connects Oxford to my house in Chipping Norton is called the A44 and it’s really lovely.