Top Gear (2002 TV series)/Series 14

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Series 14 (2002 format)
Series 14 bolstered high viewer ratings with high definition.
Series 14 bolstered high viewer ratings with high definition.
Episodes 7
Originally aired 15/11/2009 - 03/01/2010
Original network BBC Two
Resolution 1080i
Aspect ratio 16:9 Widescreen
Preceded by Series 13 (2009)
Superceded by Series 15 (2010)

The fourteenth series of Top Gear premiered in the United Kingdom on the 15th November, 2009, and concluded on the 3rd January, 2010, after a run of 7 episodes. The series' main host was Jeremy Clarkson, and he was accompanied by Richard Hammond, James May and The Stig as co-presenters. The series was produced at Television Centre in Wood Lane, London, and aired on BBC Two in a 60-minute studio format. Series 14 attracted an average viewership rating of 6.69 million viewers per episode, with a peak of 7.45 million viewers for Bolivia Special, and a low of 6.29 million viewers for Episode 4.

Highlights from this series include the series long-awaited transition to HD, which had started with 2007's Polar Special, the series' second hunt for a greatest driving road, a retrospective on renowned Italian marque Lancia, and a thorough road test of the Renault Twingosport 133.