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Top Gear Motorsport

Top Gear Motorsport
Top Gear Motorsport Title Logo
Based on Top_Gear_(1977_TV_series)
Presented by Tiff Needell
Penny Mallory
Tony Mason
Steve Berry
Mark James
Bob Constanduros
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 94
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original channel BBC Two
Picture format PAL 576i 4:3
Original release 10 November 1994 – 16 November 1998

Top Gear Motorsport was a British television programme, covering various forms of motor racing, broadcast on BBC Two from 1994 to 1998.[1] It was a spin-off programme from the popular motoring series Top Gear. The programme was presented by former Formula One driver and Top Gear presenter Tiff Needell.[2] Other presenters were Penny Mallory, Tony Mason, Steve Berry, Mark James and Bob Constanduros.

The series covered a wide variety of motor racing categories, including the World Rally Championship, the British Rally Championship, British Formula Three, Formula Renault, and Formula Vauxhall Junior, British Superbikes, and Eurocars.

References

  1. ^ BFI Film and TV Database:TOP GEAR MOTORSPORT
  2. ^ Tiff Needell:TV Presenter / Media Personality


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