Doctor Who star David Tennant has swapped his time-travelling Tardis for a less speedy mode of travel.
Actor Tennant has exchanged criss-crossing the universe for racing around a track as the latest star to take part in Top Gear's celebrity speed contest, Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.
The 36-year-old, seen here with the show's star, the mysterious racing driver known as The Stig, was challenged to race around the track in a Chevrolet Lacetti on the BBC show in the fastest time possible.
But will he be faster than his former co-star, 24-year-old Billie Piper who completed the task in an impressive one minute 48 seconds?
The results will be revealed in the show which is broadcast Sunday on BBC2 at 8pm.
This sounds like this will be a lot of fun to watch. I love "Top Gear" anyhow. And, we get to see David and Richard Hammond together! How good can that be!
I can't stand it that I have to wait to see this since I'm in the US. I swear, if I could, I'd move to the UK. The Brits are so blessed to be able to be in the same country as David.
The rest of this article mentions the talk about David leaving Doctor Who, which has not been commented on by the BBC. So far, I haven't put much stock in this talk. It seems like talk of him quitting comes up every year. Even though Catetherine Tate said he might quit, that doesn't mean David will definitely quit at that time. Time will tell.