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CLIP 8265

Bugatti versus aeroplane - which is faster? (pt 1/4)

Bugatti versus aeroplane - which is faster? (pt 1/4)
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  • Bugatti versus aeroplane - which is faster? (pt 1/4)
  • Duration: 01:01
  • The Top Gear team decide to race an aeroplane and a car from mainland Europe to London. The race begins in Northern Italy and aims to reach central London with presenter Jeremy Clarkson in the supercar and James May and Richard Hammond using their own plane and public transport. Jeremy gives a rundown on the engineering and performance specifications of the Bugatti, while Richard and James are confident that the ability to fly via a direct route will allow them to win the race. A graphic map shows the planned route giving an opportunity to consider speed, reading dials, routes and compound measures. Published as part of the Top Gear website: bbc.co.uk/topgear/. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
  • Subject:

    Maths

       Topic:

    Measures

  • Keywords: speed, bearings, distance, compound measures, scale, TopGear, speed, acceleration
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  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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