Video: The Stig Drifts and Destroys for Top Gear’s 10 Million Facebook ‘Likes’

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The Stig blows up a caravan in honor of Top Gear’s 10 millionth ‘Like’ on Facebook.

10 million 'Likes' on Facebook is no small accomplishment. To celebrate their feat of consolidating the Clarkson-following fanboys in one place, the crew at Top Gear decided to mark the occasion in grand fashion by blowing up a caravan.

The crew had teased the caravan explosion on the site for some time, so we were looking forward to this going down... or blowing up for that matter. Seriously, who better to drift and destroy than the Stig? Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond and the man with one name all return to the television on January 29th for the 18th season of everyone's favorite automotive TV show.

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