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Stig makes like a rock star with his very own World Tour Every now and then, Top Gear's tame racing driver needs a change of scene, and after a power-lap-packed year that's seen the fearless man in white elevated to bone fide celebrity status, Stig has decided he needs to escape the flashing bulbs of the paparazzi and do something for himself--it's time to hit the tarmac with an Esperanto language CD and a pet passport for a world tour. Stig's journey spans the continents, from the snow-capped mountains of the north, to the tropical jungles of the equator and dusty deserts of the south, and fans can watch him every step of the way. Stig is hidden within every brilliantly drawn scene, along with Clarkson, Hammond, and Captain Slow, and there will be plenty of other Top Geargags to keep readers going back for more. Where's Stig?took readers by storm last year, and this follow-up will have Top Gearfans revving their super-charged engines to come along with him on the ride of a lifetime.
Rod Hunt is an illustrator whose clients include BBC, the Economist, IKEA, Maxim, and Syfy Channel.