Miss the old Top Gear? Be not dismayed

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have a new show called The Grand Tour and it’s already headed for its second season. [Credit: GT Spirit]

The most effervescent and entertaining trio of car enthusiasts return for a second season of their new show The Grand Tour. In case it’s the first time you’re hearing about The Grand Tour, it’s much like Top Gear but much more of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May’s ingenious motoring talents.

Here’s a sneak peek of The Grand Tour Season 2:

In Season 1, the trio traveled the world in a tent, embarking on adrenaline-pumping motor adventures in each country they were in. Other than the intense car films, The Grand Tour is also blessed with the trio’s automotive intelligence and entertaining genius, which the other show has now died due to a lack thereof.

the-grand-tour-studioClarkson, Hammond, and May on the set of The Grand Tour Season 1 [Credit: GT Spirit]

Apparently, the tent will not feature in Season 2, but the show still promises to be more exciting with newer motoring experiences brought to us by the motoring geniuses themselves. Richard Hammond was involved in an accident during the shooting of Season 2. Luckily, it was not fatal and he has since recovered from it.

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Richard Hammond being airlifted to a hospital after a car crash during the shooting of The Grand Tour

Ever since they left Top Gear in 2015; Clarkson, Hammond, May have formed a digital platform about diverse motoring news and information called DRIVETRIBE. The trio also formed a production company called W. Chump & Sons, under which The Grand Tour is produced in collaboration with Amazon Prime Video.

The Grand Tour Season 2 is expected to air in the fourth quarter of 2017, and will be available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.