The Grand Tour tent is in the forests of Saariselkä. Richard Hammond celebrates the release of the right-hand drive model of the Ford Mustang GT, while Jeremy Clarkson argues that a Ford Focus RS is better than the Mustang. This escalates to a chase between both cars up to Cheddar Gorge. The Mustang beats the Focus in a drag race, but is slower around the Eboladrome.
In "Conversation Street", the trio discuss Finland's speeding laws which can result in massive fines. Clarkson and May then debate over which confectionery creates more mess in a car – a Flake or a Double Decker.
Celebrity Brain Crash features Kimi Räikkönen, who stumbles and dies of alcohol poisoning on his way to the tent. To fill in the time, the presenters introduce their "Santaland Grotto", where they talk about their Christmas gift ideas, mostly consisting of everyday items emblazoned with car-manufacturer logos.
James May introduces Bob Geldof via tablet on a Double telerobot. May then looks at the rivalry between Ford and Ferrari at the 1960s 24 Hours of LeMans which gave birth to the Ford GT40 and the Ferrari P3.
- Hammond slowing down the Mustang at the Cenotaph references a controversial segment of Series 23 of Top Gear when Ken Block and Matt LeBlanc did doughnuts around the monument while racing across London.
- While Bob Geldof struggles to move his Double telerobot around the tent, Clarkson and Hammond paraphrase they lyrics of the Band Aid song "Do They Know It's Christmas?", which was co-written by Geldof.