Invite the lads from Grand Tour to incorporate the 100th Anniversary Sweepstakes race into an episode of their show on Amazon:
.... include Hammond being stuffed into a real race-prepped buggy and sent hurtling into free roll to see if he can a) make it through the chute in one piece and b) to see if he can make it burst into flames. Grand Tour cameras are mounted both outside on the buggy -- to give viewers a driver's eye view of hurtling along 2" above the pavement in Schenley Park -- plus a camera inside to show the look of terror on Hammond's face as he tries to negotiate the Corner.
.... also, Jeremy, Capt. Slow, and Hammond are given a the Construction rules, roll of carbon fiber cloth, rigid foam, some epoxy resin, assorted tubing, spindles, plexiglass, a rubber chicken, and small hand tools, and are told they have 24 hours in which to build a buggy. Tom Wood is their Honorary Technical Consultant, but the lads are only allowed to ask him three questions. Tom's answers are so technical none of the lads understand anything he's telling them.
.... Hammond drives the buggy built by him and his co-stars, and Jeremy is forced to do a full Race Day Hill #1 pushing against a Women's D Team; several minutes of video of Jeremy projectile vomiting at the top of Flagstaff hill is incorporated into the show.
.... Later, Jeremy steals the starter's pistol and tries to assassinate Hammond with it. And somewhere in the middle of the show, they tell the History of Buggy, with real buggy footage and photos, and the Connection of the School to Scotland and Andrew Carnegie, etc.
... Finally, Grand Tour is allowed to run an exhibition Heat with their own buggy (or a loaner, if their buggy fails the Safety Inspection,) using Hammond as the driver, Jeremy and Captain Slow as pushers on the front hills, and Grand Tour crew members making up the remainder of the push team on the back hills.
"I love the smell of solvents in the morning -- they smell like... victory."