Wiltshire will make an appearence in an episode of Top Gear this weekend.

Film crews pitched up in Hackpen Hill Carpark, in Marlborough, last October. 

Much of this season was filmed in the UK, due to travel restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. 

A segment filmed in Marlborough will be shown in Episode 4 of the hit series, which will be showed on BBC One on Sunday, April 4 at 8pm.

You can also watch it on BBC iPlayer here after Sunday.

The episode description reads: "Freddie, Chris and Paddy confront the male midlife crisis by buying the perfect sports cars for ‘gentlemen of a certain age’.

"Back at the track, Chris tests out the raucous new Toyota GR Yaris hot hatch."

It's not the first time that Top Gear has used Wiltshire as a backdrop.

In 2005, each original presenter - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May - were tasked with £10,000 to buy themselves a used Italian supercar for a drive from Bristol to a strip club in Slough.

On the journey, the trio visited Castle Combe raceway and drove through Chippenham before they headed to Marlborough town centre for some parking challenges.

Watch a segment of the episode here:

The full episode was listed as one of "10 early Top Gear episodes which all fans should watch" according to Topgearbox.com