The chart is available from the Boost Labs website (see link below).
Brit hit show Top Gear has notched up 10 years of tomfoolery, tests and lap times.
And in that time, the world’s most expensive supercars have been sorted around their track, along with a few reasonably priced ones.
That history offers a solid baseline comparison, but who can keep all the lap times and conditions in their head? Nobody, except perhaps that thick-spectacled geek poring over a scientific calculator on the 7.15 bus.
But now you can keep all the info on your wall, thanks to the clever lot over at Boostlabs.com. They’ve amalgamated 10 years of lap times and other crucial Top Gear data into a stunning infographic chart that can be downloaded and printed.
It’s also a very, very large chart: measuring 250cm tall by 60cm wide – even taller and wider than a latter-day Clarkson, in fact. The chart is available from their website (see link below) and promises at-a-glance data to solve any pub argument about the Top Gear results.
Boost Labs have analysed and organised all the data, developing it into an easily understandable – and damn fine looking – infographic.
The data crunching has produced some winners in the eyes of Boost Labs, who have added trophies for Lightest Car, Fastest Lap, Most Power, Most Affordable Speed, Hungriest Car, Best Gymnast, Longest Power Lap Leader, and Most Random.
There’s some extra background on the track itself and of course the legion of mysterious test drivers whose name is The Stig.
Download the infographic at http://www.boostlabs.com/portfolio-item/topgear-infographic/