England's James Anderson, Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott discuss the 2013 Ashes series so far, and look ahead to the remaining three matches, during a Jaguar track day.
With England already leading 2-0 following victories at Trent Bridge and Lord's, Anderson says he is working hard and feels he can become an even better bowler, also paying tribute to the part reverse swing has played for England so far.
Bell talks about his form with the bat as England's leading run-scorer while Trott talks about winning the key battles in the series so far.
The three players were at Jaguar's testing track at Gaydon, where they were taking on an Australian team in a driving challenge in a Jaguar XFR-S.
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