Top Gear Test Track Now Powered Entirely By The Sun

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Since our last and most notable success at saving the planet, that incredible eco car, the Hammerhead Eagle i-Thrust, men in white coats have been continuing research into world-saving science. And you know what? They’ve done it again.

We can now confirm that our top secret test track and studio (just off the A2(/strike>3 in Surrey, quite near Guildford) is now powered entirely by that big, hot yellow thing in the sky. Yes, Top Gear HQ has gone fully solar-powered and is harnessing energy from the sun.


Next series, look out for 8,500 ground-mounted solar panels to the right of Wilson corner. These produce two megawatts of energized matter which is enough to power the studio, the tea urn in Nigel’s garage (which fixes cars when Jeremy breaks them) and Stig’s Babyliss hair straighteners (2006 model). Oh, and the all the rest of Dunsfold Aerodrome.
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