Alright all you Top Gear fans! We’ve had a Top Gear elf swing by our place a little early this year so we are passing along that generosity to our readers. Just think of it as us giving you a little jumpstart to your holidays all while doing that little thing we like to call promotion. Sounds good, right? Well, then, let’s talk presents!

That little elf we mentioned earlier presented us with three sets of Top Gear, well, gear in the form of a book, a DVD set, and a keyring.

Where is the Stig

Starting things off is the first edition of Top Gear: Where’s Stig, where you can waste a ton of time looking for the white-suited driver as he is cleverly concealed at rock festival, in his secret underground lair, at the Bonneville Salt Flats Speed Week, or on the Costa del Stig. We call this wonderfully crafted "bathroom reading."

Top Gear’s Complete Season 13

The next part of the set is Top Gear’s Complete Season 13. This DVD set brings back all of the fabulous ‘Stars in the Reasonably Priced Car,’ including Olympic Gold Medal winning Usain Bolt, Sienna Miller (Alfie, Layer Cake), and Jay Leno, ‘the biggest petrolhead in the world’. Other highlights from this season include Richard Hammond’s trip to Abu Dhabi to test the Lambo Murcielago LP640-4 SV, a French ice race in three £1,500 rear-drive sports cars, and the one where the Stig takes off his helmet to reveal himself. All the fun and none of the commercial interruptions comes wrapped up in this DVD set.




The Stig is in your pocket

The final gift in this set comes in the form of silver keyring in the shape of The Stig himself. Proudly hang your keys from this keyring to display your utmost dedication to the best automotive show that has ever graced our television screens.

TopSpeed's Top Gear Giveaway!
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Get to work !

There you have it, folks. Three lucky readers will be celebrating Christmas a little early this year. All you have to do is register on TopSpeed and submit a paragraph or two about how much you love Top Gear and the world of cars in general. Be creative.

The top three submissions will be chosen on Monday, November 1st. Start typing!

For the lazy ones, here is where you can buy those goodies outright: TG13 DVD, Stig Keychain, Where is the Stig (book)

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11 comments:

B4rad  (30) posted on 11.7.2010

Who ended up winning this??

B4rad  (2) posted on 10.23.2010

OH forgot to say i love the buggati veyron and the stig and the maserati mc-12

B4rad  (2) posted on 10.23.2010

I love top gear because of the wild and loony trips and the test drives.I loved it when richard had control of the cool wall one time when jermy had a bad back.I love the south american trip because of the way that they all pick rubbish cars and they somehow get across south america.I love the maserati video that jeremy did one time and he crushed his bi-turbo that he had just bought.But my two most favourite parts of top gear are when james may has to give jeremy and richard a video about himself and when james has to have a drive with rally and drifting master Ken block.And also i love it when james drives with the lady who invented road signs and he gets out and changes the building one.
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B4rad  (30) posted on 10.22.2010

Top Gear. These two words instantly trigger your mind into thinking about the best automotive program in history. What makes Top Gear so good, is the fact that it appeals to a wide variety of people, from the young to the old and from the car fanatics to the everyday drivers. It is this ability that really attracts me to Top Gear. With its ability to make you tired from laughing and pumping with adrenaline, it is the perfect show to sit down and watch for hour after hour. Whether you are watching one of the infamous Top Gear Challenges or just a ’normal’ episode with your friends, it brings together a wide range of people. I first started watching Top Gear about 6 years ago when I was just 10 years old and I now enjoy it more than ever.

My love for cars also started very early on in my life, when my father would take me to the local motor show when I was just 5. Ever since then my passion and love has grown even stronger, and along the way I have also formed a great passion for automotive journalism. With over 30 automotive websites bookmarked on my internet browser, it is clear that this passion will never leave me.

B4rad  (831) posted on 10.22.2010

That’s nice Ruth, i could really feel how you love watching the TopGear and I guess you’re one of those who wait s for the TopGear USA that will be premiere this November 21.

B4rad  (13) posted on 10.21.2010

I have for quite some time, wanted to e-mail Top Gear and tell them about my friend and his love of your program and your magazine. This love started a long time ago, and not just because he went to England, but because we both enjoyed watching BBC here in the states. He began watching Top Gear while attending The University of Akron, and his exposure to Top Gear said to him, I want to be a journalist in the automobile industry. I’m 64 years old and mother will tell you, I could name every car I saw, and now with many cars looking the same, I can still do it because of my friend. But my’ and his love of the program, Top Gear, is because the program not only gives you the statistics about a car, but combines with that, an array of human experiences surrounding our love of the automobile. In addition to being just a great program to watch, Top Gear is a serious car lovers program. We the "yanks" very appreciate your thinking outside the box. Sorry Motor Week you could just not keep up. My friend, a "yank" graduates soon, and could bring something new to your program. Thank you.

B4rad  (1) posted on 10.20.2010

Well my love for cars started when i was still living in the Philippines, back then i used to love just watching the jeepneys drive by with their passengers, the big trucks that would carry their big packages to dangerous locations. as the years passed that love slowly faded away, slowly transforming into a fascination for planes, until i started watching Top Gear. Top Gear to me is like a role model showing me whats good in life, creating a desire for more things, like being a really good driver like the stig, or just doing random shenanigans with cars, mostly enjoying life. smiley but yeah thats pretty much how much i love top gear, well how much love top gear in words at least, but in actions well thats a different story. just mention stig and i would go crazy. smiley

B4rad  (2) posted on 10.20.2010

ppl are either gonna say "too much" or they’re gonna get one up aren’t they

B4rad  (2) posted on 10.20.2010

Right...well....my love of cars was basically sparked by watching Topgear. i used to live in Sharjah (the poor bit next to Dubai) where there wasn’t many cars to look at but then i moved to England where i started watching Topgear. I am so interested in cars (and bikes and anything else with an engine in it) that the my homepages on my computer are Topgear, Topspeed, and MCN (in that order(sorry you cant beat TG(no one can except The Stig, and maybe Obama(too cool)))) and i have also chosen to go into the industry and am currently doing a Mechanical Engineering course at Newcastle university. I know this seems a bit too much like a cliché but its true. Basically I love cars and Topgear.

P.S. Sorry about the excessive use of brackets.
P.P.S. I visit Topspeed every few minutes to check for new news, thats how much I love cars.

amillet  (48) posted on 10.20.2010

To register for this contest, all you have to do is click the register button at the top right-hand corner of TopSpeed’s homepage. If you have already registered to the TopSpeed community then all you have to do is send us your article! Have fun!

mopar39426  (24) posted on 10.20.2010

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