Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution is further honoring its action-packed origins with its latest update.
Obviously, Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution is inspired by “Top Gear,” the immensely popular BBC television series about the exciting world of automobiles.
And if you’ve been watching “Top Gear” on History as well as playing Top Gear: Stunt School Revolution on your iPhone or iPad, you’re in for a full-throttle treat.
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The new version of Top Gear: Stunt School features a new stunt inspired by Top Gear’s Tractor Challenge in Fresno, California:
The Tractor Challenge sends hosts Adam Ferrara, Rutledge Wood and Tanner Foust to rural California, attempting to help a farmer with three of the biggest tractors on the market. It quickly descends into chaos as they try to transport livestock and heavy equipment and complete farm chores. Following the challenge, the hosts review the fastest “tractor” of them all–the new Lamborghini Aventador–and see how its claims stack up in a race against a crop dusting plane.
The new stunt is called Farmyard Manoeuvres. Accessible by first moving through the game’s levels, Farmyard Manoeuvres has you racing against time as you steer a tractor while making sure not to drop any cargo.