Via Top Gear.
Top Gear's crew heads to the mainland to take on their German counterparts in a no-holds-barred car race. The only problem? They're racing home-made double decker cars. The driver on top controls the steering, while the bottom participant navigates the throttle, brake, and gearbox. The winner will need not only daring and fine driving skills, but good communication, something the British hosts aren't known for.