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Buy Top Gear - Patagonia Special on Google Play, then watch on your PC, Android, or iOS devices. Download to watch offline and even view it on a big screen. 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​. 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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Top Gear: Patagonia Special ist ein Special in voller Länge, das als zweiteilige Folge für die BBC-Autoshow Top Gear ausgestrahlt wurde. Der erste Teil wurde am Dezember ausgestrahlt, während der zweite Teil einen Tag später am Das größte Automagazin der Welt ist zurück mit einem brandneuen Special in dem Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond und James drei V8-Sportwägen auf. Entdecken Sie Top Gear - The Patagonia Special [UK Import] und weitere TV-​Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung. Buy Top Gear - Patagonia Special on Google Play, then watch on your PC, Android, or iOS devices. Download to watch offline and even view it on a big screen. Nach dem Kauf von Top Gear - Patagonia Special bei Google Play kannst du dir das Video auf deinem Computer sowie auf Android- oder iOS-Geräten ansehen. Patagonia Special – Teil 1: wurde der Small-Block-V8-Motor 60 Jahre alt. Dieses Ereignis feiern die „Top Gear“-Experten mit einem Roadtrip . 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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Patagonia Special – Teil 2: Die „Top Gear“-Helden brettern in V8-Flitzern durch Patagonien. Die Route führt von Bariloche in Argentinien bis nach . VIDEO: Top Gear Staffel 22 Patagonia Special. Vom Ufer eines Sees bei Bariloche, Argentinien, machen sich die Top Gear-Hosts Jeremy. Jan 8, - The Patagonia Special is a two-part Top Gear Christmas special, which aired as part of the show's twenty-second series. The special is the second​. Metacritic Reviews. Soon the road to Chile turns in to an unpaved and rocky off road track, causing serious problems for Jeremy, Richard, and James's low-slung Willy Harlander cars. For the following series of Top Gear, in each introduction to a segment would be a subtle reference to Chileas well as using mugs bearing the Chilean Flag during the News M�Dchen M�Dchen 2 Ganzer Film, in a show of gratitude for the sanctuary provided to the crew. In the bog, Richard and Jeremy become stuck quickly whilst James's Lotus continues to surprise the trio by working flawlessly. It was estimated that it would have taken 24 hours to organise a full departure from Die Kirche Bleibt Im Dorf Tv Serie, but protesters warned that there would be violence if they had not departed in under 3 hours. Self - Presenter Richard Hammond Top Gear Patagonia Special

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Trivia [ All trivia items for this title are spoilers. I absolutely loathe it. I got a job on the original Top Gear as a result of a screen test I did on the 2CV, but all I did was rant and rave for 20 minutes about how awful it was, and I could have gone on for a fortnight.

Add the first question. In the bog, Richard and Jeremy become stuck quickly whilst James's Lotus continues to surprise the trio by working flawlessly.

Despite having only just been freed from the swamp by James's Lotus, Jeremy decides to regain some of his pride by unsticking Richard.

Unfortunately, Jeremy becomes stuck once more and James is forced to free him again before attending to Richard. Finding a rocky trail the presenters continue onwards until Jeremy sights the 'Road to the South' they have been looking for.

In order to reach it, the team are forced to cross a river on an unfinished wooden bridge. As the day draws to a close and the rain becomes heavier, the convoy successfully complete and cross the bridge, relieved to have finally found their road and that, unlike most other Chilean Patagonian roads, it is paved.

The next morning the team continue driving south on their road. However, it is soon clear to the presenters that the road isn't paved all the way and they quickly find themselves on a rocky and muddy off road track once more.

Richard's Mustang sustains a puncture on the roads and Jeremy and James decide to leave him once more. Stopping at a town named Puyuhuapi, Jeremy and James comment on the odd-positioning of the town's playground in a known tsunami zone before Richard rejoins them.

After poking fun at the town's seemingly useless fire station and the region's road safety tips - which have been translated in broken English - the team set off once more.

The roads become increasingly worse and Richard and his Mustang begin to suffer. After learning that they have more than half the journey still to go Richard begins to complain to James and Jeremy however his cries are drowned out by the deafening noises of his Mustang's underside being degraded by the roads.

Soon they pull over after noticing a Citroen 2CV that has been following them since Bariloche; they soon realise that it is the backup car provided by the producers for the shoot.

Later that day, at that night's hotel, Richard persuades James and Jeremy to cross over the Andes again and head back in to Argentina where, as he says, "the roads will be better".

Reluctantly agreeing, Jeremy close out the day by handing leadership over to Richard. Awaking to an intense mist covering the scenery, the convoy heads off over the Andes towards Argentina.

In the mountains James and Jeremy struggle to cope with the iced-over roads with Richard mocking them as such. Back in Argentina, Jeremy and James are further irritated by the washboard-like quality of the Argentinian roads.

Continuing along the route the convoy is eventually brought to a halt when James becomes stuck in the mud. Having winched James out after making him admit that his Porsche "isn't boring" Jeremy too then begins to encounter some problems.

The bumpy road causes his washer-bottles and wipers to become stuck on, something both he and James had never seen before.

Continuing along Jeremy's Porsche has another serious problem just a few miles later when his dashboard lights up with every warning light and his power steering fails.

As Richard and James leave Jeremy's Porsche mysteriously comes back to life without any repairs whatsoever, however the washerbottle - now empty - is still turned on, as are the wipers.

Just a mile down the road the Porsche breaks down yet again, however this time the problem is more severe. Jeremy discovers that his engine and starter motor are both jammed on and the only way to turn them off is to disconnect the battery.

Jeremy also finds that one of his shock absorbers has been seperated from it's mountings and has torn open his electrical wiring loom.

On the road, Richard informs James that they will have to camp that night rather than stay in a hotel, a fact that irritates James even further.

Meanwhile, Jeremy begins to solder his wires together in the hopes that he can get some of his Porsche's electrics to work again. James and Richard arrive at the camp ground where they will stay the night; Richard orders James to set up the tents whilst he goes on the lookout for food.

A while later, Richard returns to the camp site with a cow on the roof of his Mustang saying that he will cook a traditional gaucho barbecue for dinner.

Having set up dinner and erected the tents, James and Richard wait for Jeremy agreeing that he is likely to be in the 2CV. Jeremy surprises both by turning up in his Porsche having successfully mended the 's electrics.

During the night James and Richard decide to "cheer up" Jeremy by attaching various bits to his car.

The next morning Jeremy wakes up to find his vandalized by Richard and James. Upset at them both he relieves Richard of command and sets off as the leader once more.

On the road the convoy soon find themselves in the middle of a blizzard. Jeremy discovers that James and Richard have also tampered with the inside of his car, having attached a brake-light inside the cabin.

With more than miles still to go Jeremy realizes that he hasn't managed to mend all of his Porsche's electrics, with his dashboard all but unusable.

The Mustang too has some issues with Richard asking, "can anyone else smell burning? The second part of the Patagonia Special aired on the 28th of December, , a day following its predecessor.

It was the th episode overall. The film picks up with the presenters in Argentina, having escaped from the earlier blizzard.

Continuing down the lone empty roads of the Patagonian Desert, the presenters soon become bored of the tedium of Argentina's long corner-less roads.

They decide to race in one of the desert's vast open plains by carving their own race circuit in to the dirt; Jeremy sets out to create the track in his Porsche, deciding to attempt to replicate Imola Circuit.

Although the final product "looked more like a placenta than Imola" the team decide to stage a three-abreast race with an infinite number of laps, dubbing it 'The Inaugural V8 Desert Marathon'.

During the race all three presenters are, at times, in the lead. However, Richard calls the race off just a few laps in after his rear-view mirror shears itself from the windscreen, cracking the glass panel too.

After inspecting their cars at the end of the race, Richard also discovers that his Mustang's carburettor has been filled with rocks from the desert.

The presenters then realise that they've lost their bearings in the open desert plain and have no idea which way the road is. Unable to agree on which way to go, Jeremy puts himself in charge and leads the team off over sand dunes until they reach an enormously long fence with a locked gate.

Richard argues that he should demolish the fence with his Mustang and leave the owner a note with some money to pay for the damage.

Jeremy and James disagree, however, and decide they need to get some bolt cutters from Tres Lagos, a town more than 20 kilometers away. James and Richard argue that they should walk to the town and back but Jeremy decides to hire some local horses to complete the journey on instead.

Whilst mounting his horse James falls off his saddle and injures his back, forcing Jeremy and Richard to walk into town whilst he is attended to by medical professionals.

Having bought the bolt cutter, returned to the gate, opened it, and set off Richard and Jeremy discover that James has cracked three ribs, a fact that makes him exceptionally irritated with Jeremy.

The team set off again and continue along the Argentinian highway until Jeremy's Porsche stops. Initially believing it be the cause of an empty fuel tank Jeremy, quickly realises that his problems are alternator-related.

James, still upset with Jeremy, decides to leave him and head onwards to that night's accomodationn; when Richard catches up to Jeremy he too decides to leave him.

Jeremy is unable to fix the problem has he does not have a spare alternator belt so he installs a battery into his 's boot and sets off in to the night without being able to use any of his electrics.

Soon, Jeremy catches up with Richard and the two decide to ride together due to Jeremy's lack of headlights. Sharing Richard's Mustang's single working headlight the team continue onwards towards the overnight halt.

The next morning, the team set off for El Calafate with Jeremy's Porsche still without an alternator belt. Jeremy explains that he was unable to find a spare alternator belt and could not mend his now broken dashboard so the previous night he decided to "fiddle with Richard's car instead", wiring his air horn to his brake pedal.

Although they stop briefly to admire the scenery, the convoy makes good time to El Calafate and decide that they should modify their cars to make them "more workman-like" for Ushuaia.

The trio find a garage and work through the night to modify their vehicles. The following day the presenters reveal their modifications to one another.

Jeremy and Richard have both converted their cars into pickup trucks, Richard has installed a roll-cage to the outside of the Mustang - dubbing it the "exoskeleton", Jeremy has installed sat-nav by way of a map of Patagonia over top of his dashboard, Richard has lifted his Mustang and installed a new set of lights, and Jeremy has added a racing stripe to make his car more interesting.

James, however, reveals that he hasn't modified his Lotus at all but has, instead, built a trailer which he will tow behind it. The convoy head out of town with Jeremy and Richard deciding to annoy James running in to his Lotus' trailer.

Out on the highway, Richard realises that his roll-cage has severely impacted his visibility. Jeremy decides that they should catch a ferry to Tierra del Fuego which departs from Punta Arenas, a sea-port town in Chile.

Richard and James agree to the plan and the convoy head for the Chilean border once more. On the way to the border, Jeremy's Porsche's sun roof partially opens which causes the cabin to become windy and noisy.

Jeremy finds out a way to stop the problem is to drive in reverse, something which he quickly abandons after being overtaken by a local. The team arrive at the Chilean border shortly afterwards and, after Richard fills up his Mustang again, the team set off towards Fin del Mundo, the end of the World.

After arriving in Punta Arenas later that same day, the team decide that they should do some shopping to buy items for their football stadium.

Having purchased corner flags, goal posts, beer, and a trophy Jeremy then reveals the presents he has bought Richard and James; a pair of baby's pyjamas for Richard and a stuffed horse toy for James.

The team then must board their ferry to Tierra del Fuego which is an easy exercise for Richard and Jeremy but proves far more challenging for James on account of his trailer.

After enjoying "an hour and a half's entertainment" watching James repeatedly fail to load his Lotus, the ferry leaves the port of Punta Arenas and sails towards Tierra del Fuego.

The next morning, Jeremy reveals to James and Richard that the ferry cannot dock in Argentina due to Chile and Argentina's frosty relationship with regards to the area - or, as Jeremy calls it, 'political reasons'.

Instead, they must disembark on a rocky beach some miles away, cross another set of mountains, and ford a river border to enter Argentina.

Upon arriving on shore, the presenters find the going difficult and, as the tide starts to creep inwards, they elect to use some of the equipment they had bought for the stadium to make progress faster.

The trio initially work together to traverse the rough terrain, but as the sun starts to set and the tide begins to rise much more rapidly, Jeremy and Richard leave James to fend for himself.

With the trailer on the back of his Lotus, James eventually gets trapped by the tide and is forced to leave his car on the beach.

The trio camp out that night.

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After poking fun at the town's seemingly useless fire station and the region's road safety tips - which have been translated in broken English - the team set off once more.

The roads become increasingly worse and Richard and his Mustang begin to suffer. After learning that they have more than half the journey still to go Richard begins to complain to James and Jeremy however his cries are drowned out by the deafening noises of his Mustang's underside being degraded by the roads.

Soon they pull over after noticing a Citroen 2CV that has been following them since Bariloche; they soon realise that it is the backup car provided by the producers for the shoot.

Later that day, at that night's hotel, Richard persuades James and Jeremy to cross over the Andes again and head back in to Argentina where, as he says, "the roads will be better".

Reluctantly agreeing, Jeremy close out the day by handing leadership over to Richard. Awaking to an intense mist covering the scenery, the convoy heads off over the Andes towards Argentina.

In the mountains James and Jeremy struggle to cope with the iced-over roads with Richard mocking them as such. Back in Argentina, Jeremy and James are further irritated by the washboard-like quality of the Argentinian roads.

Continuing along the route the convoy is eventually brought to a halt when James becomes stuck in the mud. Having winched James out after making him admit that his Porsche "isn't boring" Jeremy too then begins to encounter some problems.

The bumpy road causes his washer-bottles and wipers to become stuck on, something both he and James had never seen before. Continuing along Jeremy's Porsche has another serious problem just a few miles later when his dashboard lights up with every warning light and his power steering fails.

As Richard and James leave Jeremy's Porsche mysteriously comes back to life without any repairs whatsoever, however the washerbottle - now empty - is still turned on, as are the wipers.

Just a mile down the road the Porsche breaks down yet again, however this time the problem is more severe.

Jeremy discovers that his engine and starter motor are both jammed on and the only way to turn them off is to disconnect the battery.

Jeremy also finds that one of his shock absorbers has been seperated from it's mountings and has torn open his electrical wiring loom. On the road, Richard informs James that they will have to camp that night rather than stay in a hotel, a fact that irritates James even further.

Meanwhile, Jeremy begins to solder his wires together in the hopes that he can get some of his Porsche's electrics to work again.

James and Richard arrive at the camp ground where they will stay the night; Richard orders James to set up the tents whilst he goes on the lookout for food.

A while later, Richard returns to the camp site with a cow on the roof of his Mustang saying that he will cook a traditional gaucho barbecue for dinner.

Having set up dinner and erected the tents, James and Richard wait for Jeremy agreeing that he is likely to be in the 2CV.

Jeremy surprises both by turning up in his Porsche having successfully mended the 's electrics. During the night James and Richard decide to "cheer up" Jeremy by attaching various bits to his car.

The next morning Jeremy wakes up to find his vandalized by Richard and James. Upset at them both he relieves Richard of command and sets off as the leader once more.

On the road the convoy soon find themselves in the middle of a blizzard. Jeremy discovers that James and Richard have also tampered with the inside of his car, having attached a brake-light inside the cabin.

With more than miles still to go Jeremy realizes that he hasn't managed to mend all of his Porsche's electrics, with his dashboard all but unusable.

The Mustang too has some issues with Richard asking, "can anyone else smell burning? The second part of the Patagonia Special aired on the 28th of December, , a day following its predecessor.

It was the th episode overall. The film picks up with the presenters in Argentina, having escaped from the earlier blizzard.

Continuing down the lone empty roads of the Patagonian Desert, the presenters soon become bored of the tedium of Argentina's long corner-less roads.

They decide to race in one of the desert's vast open plains by carving their own race circuit in to the dirt; Jeremy sets out to create the track in his Porsche, deciding to attempt to replicate Imola Circuit.

Although the final product "looked more like a placenta than Imola" the team decide to stage a three-abreast race with an infinite number of laps, dubbing it 'The Inaugural V8 Desert Marathon'.

During the race all three presenters are, at times, in the lead. However, Richard calls the race off just a few laps in after his rear-view mirror shears itself from the windscreen, cracking the glass panel too.

After inspecting their cars at the end of the race, Richard also discovers that his Mustang's carburettor has been filled with rocks from the desert.

The presenters then realise that they've lost their bearings in the open desert plain and have no idea which way the road is. Unable to agree on which way to go, Jeremy puts himself in charge and leads the team off over sand dunes until they reach an enormously long fence with a locked gate.

Richard argues that he should demolish the fence with his Mustang and leave the owner a note with some money to pay for the damage.

Jeremy and James disagree, however, and decide they need to get some bolt cutters from Tres Lagos, a town more than 20 kilometers away.

James and Richard argue that they should walk to the town and back but Jeremy decides to hire some local horses to complete the journey on instead.

Whilst mounting his horse James falls off his saddle and injures his back, forcing Jeremy and Richard to walk into town whilst he is attended to by medical professionals.

Having bought the bolt cutter, returned to the gate, opened it, and set off Richard and Jeremy discover that James has cracked three ribs, a fact that makes him exceptionally irritated with Jeremy.

The team set off again and continue along the Argentinian highway until Jeremy's Porsche stops. Initially believing it be the cause of an empty fuel tank Jeremy, quickly realises that his problems are alternator-related.

James, still upset with Jeremy, decides to leave him and head onwards to that night's accomodationn; when Richard catches up to Jeremy he too decides to leave him.

Jeremy is unable to fix the problem has he does not have a spare alternator belt so he installs a battery into his 's boot and sets off in to the night without being able to use any of his electrics.

Soon, Jeremy catches up with Richard and the two decide to ride together due to Jeremy's lack of headlights. Sharing Richard's Mustang's single working headlight the team continue onwards towards the overnight halt.

The next morning, the team set off for El Calafate with Jeremy's Porsche still without an alternator belt. Jeremy explains that he was unable to find a spare alternator belt and could not mend his now broken dashboard so the previous night he decided to "fiddle with Richard's car instead", wiring his air horn to his brake pedal.

Although they stop briefly to admire the scenery, the convoy makes good time to El Calafate and decide that they should modify their cars to make them "more workman-like" for Ushuaia.

The trio find a garage and work through the night to modify their vehicles. The following day the presenters reveal their modifications to one another.

Preparations were made by the residents to protest their arrival. The trio had received news about the protests, which prompted them to check into a nearby hotel, but there a small number of Falklands War veterans gathered outside of the building with a nationalistic designed van, which had "Las Malvinas son Argentinas!

Protesters entered the hotel, followed by the local police. The protesters noted that if the crew didn't cease filming, then they would have to cause trouble.

The protesters believed that the number plate was a direct reference to the Falklands War , fought between Argentina and the United Kingdom, and that it was a fake, deliberately designed for this specific trip to their country.

The show's producers attempted to negotiate with Argentinian officials, saying that the number plate was not fake something that was later proven to be correct , but offered a compromise that the number plate would be removed before the game of car football.

However, attempts to placate the officials were unsuccessful; in fact, if anything, the attempts to reason with the officials may have escalated the scenario even further as, shortly afterwards, Clarkson received word from the producers that they had been ordered by the officials to leave the Tierra del Fuego area immediately.

It was estimated that it would have taken 24 hours to organise a full departure from Ushuaia, but protesters warned that there would be violence if they had not departed in under 3 hours.

The crew made a hasty departure, though the presenters - the source of the trouble - had to remain in the hotel. However, they had barely managed a fifth of their mile journey when they began to realise that a few protesters had managed to find the convoy on motorbikes and were searching for the Porsche with the offending license plate.

As they neared to the town of Tolhuin , the police warned them that a large mob had prepared for their arrival, and more worryingly, were organising a blockade.

As they drove through the town, they discovered the main road blocked by a large truck, slowing the convoy down allowing the protesters to begin egging the cars and pelting them with rocks.

Several car windows were shattered and two crew members were hit. After a while they pulled over to attend to the injured crew members and repair the windows.

Since the Porsche was inevitably going to attract more trouble wherever they went, the crew decided to leave behind all of the presenters' cars.

Fearing for their safety, the entire convoy moved cross-country, leaving the main road; the police escort meanwhile stayed behind on the main road to cover their backs in case the mob discovered their ruse.

Arriving at the river border crossed previously, the crew were to illegally cross the border into Chile, which they were all able to do successfully.

Filming of the Patagonia Special commenced after the three presenters first arrived in Buenos Aires on 17 September , and made it to the starting point in Bariloche on 19 September.

Viewing figures for both parts were exceptionally good, with the first part attracting overall UK viewing figures of 7. Despite good viewing figures, the show drew mixed reviews from critics.

Gerard O'Donovan of The Telegraph wrote a favourable review for both parts, each earning a four star rating, with the critic declaring that he enjoyed both parts, and that the ending of the second part "left us in no doubt how serious the situation in Tierra del Fuego had got back in September.

Filming for the episode garnered widespread media attention, after an incident occurred in which the presenters and film crew became the target of a group of protesters upon drawing in close to Ushuaia, who believed that the number plate on the Porsche being driven by Clarkson, which read "H FKL", was a deliberate reference to a significant battle in the Falklands War and the year it took place in.

Comments about this first appeared on Twitter, which were soon discovered by a member of the film crew during the initial days of filming, and led to the subsequent replacement of the plate with one that read "H1 VAE" as they neared the city.

The change of plate did little to help, as the group encountered the protesters on 2 October , after being forced into a hotel upon hearing news of the growing protests of their arrival; had it not occurred, or the controversial incident in general, filming would have continued for three more days in Ushuaia before the presenters and crew left.

The special episode featured video footage of the events that the remaining team recorded, which included the moment that they were ambushed and became the target of an attack, with stones from protesters causing damage to their cars and resulting in two crew members being injured.

Following the incident, Andy Wilman , executive producer for the show at the time, stated 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"; [10] on the same day, Clarkson tweeted that the number plate had been a coincidence and that "for once, we did nothing wrong.

The number-plate controversy was later lampooned by the hosts during a feature in Australia, where the cars' number plates were very tenuously linked to anti- republican themes.

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