New Top Gear Teaser Finally Shows Some Love To Stig

The new Top Gear series is just around the corner and the latest teaser is devoted to everyone’s favorite silent racing driver, the Stig.

The fresh trailer takes place at the same time with the previous one, revealing what happened back at the Top Gear headquarters when the three presenters went out to get some milk.

Apparently the Stig can’t be trusted alone with the keys of the latest supercars and an empty track but then again who can blame him?

The trailer goes on and shows Stig drifting the brand new Porsche 911 GT2 RS to oblivion, driving an ice-cream truck, eating ice cream into a McLaren 720S, giving a lift to a dog in a Mercedes AMG GT and finally driving the pants off a Lamborghini Huracan Performante.

After getting his fix on the track, Stig goes back to position with the empty bottle of milk in his hands and no one even notices.

The new 25th season of Top Gear consists of six episodes and is set to premiere on February 25 in the UK (BBC2) and on March 3 in the US (BBC America).

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