5 Top Gear Live Stunts

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A Reliant Robin race and a double loop-the-loop are just some of the shenanigans pulled during Top Gear's live shows.

You may find yourself booking a flight to England to catch the next performance of Top Gear Live after you've seen all of these videos. These clips show some of the coolest (four Ford Focus RS drifting in sequence) and craziest (a double loop-the-loop) stunts ever performed during Top Gear's live performances. Ranging from the ridiculous to the risky the following videos are a must-see for fans of Top Gear and stunt driving.

There are few things in the world more ridiculous than a race made up entirely of Reliant Robins. For the few who don't know, the Reliant Robin has three wheels and is prone to flipping over. Needless to say, hilarity ensues.

Fifth Gear's single loop-the-loop stunt looks like child's play compared to this double loop-the-loop performed at Top Gear Live South Africa. The Top Gear team may have cut corners by not using a real-world car (Fifth Gear used a Toyota Yaris) but that doesn't make the stunt any less amazing.

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The Top Gear Live stunt team and the Ford Focus RS are the stars of the show in this video. Four Ford Foucs RS were tossed around the stage in a performance that looked more like a rock show than a display of stunt driving.

Top Gear Live showed Chevy the proper way to bungee jump using a hot hatch during its stop in Moscow. The Sonic may have dipped its nose in a small pool of water, but this hatchback actually has a live driver inside of it during the stunt!

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Top Gear Australia's Shane Jacobson raced each other using motorized household appliances. A motorized washer and dryer faced off against a surprisingly speedy ironing board and a four-wheeled stove. Not making that up.

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