In 2015, for the fastest tractor in Lapland, well above the Arctic Circle with four-time Rally World Champion Juha Kankkunen in the driver's seat. Three years later, Top Gear thought they could do better than Kankkunen's 80.8 miles per hour—thanks to a huge wing and the Stig.
Painted as orange as your favorite Lamborghini, Top Gear's Trak-tor is quite the farm monster. It's powered by a 500-horse Chevy small-block V8, and features such upgrades as four-wheel brakes with a twin-hydraulic handbrake, 20-inch split rim wheels wrapped in 54 inch Super Swamper Boggers at the rear, the lights off an Ariel Atom, adjustable air suspension, a barometer so you know when it's gonna rain, and a rack for your Wellington boots. It also comes with a rotating toilet brush, so you can clean those Wellies after a hard day's work in the countryside.
Although Matt LeBlanc happens to own no less than four tractors, teaming up with Chris Harris still wasn't enough for him to break the record set by the Stig the day before. Thanks to the quiet driver, the new figure to beat is 87.2mph, in the wet.