It has been a long time since Richard Hammond, James May, and Jeremy Clarkson were on TV, especially behind expensive supercars. Top Gear fans have yet to see the trio back again since they departed the show. Fortunately, The Grand Tour Premiere will quench everyone?s thirst for both load of laughs and enormously powerful, outrageously expensive cars.
Fans may hate them while others love them, one thing is for sure, their new show is definitely revved up. Promising epic explosions and spectacular stunts. All things considered, The Grand Tour is one of the most anticipated TV events of the year.
According to Mirror, Hammond, May, and Clarkson?s show have a budget of more than ?160 million. Obviously, this show isn?t just cheap imitation of Top Gear. Furthermore, the show has an estimated 60 million members worldwide.
In it, the trio will interview A-list stars as well as test-drive the world?s fastest, craziest, and hottest cars. In addition, they will also go on some of their trademark adventures. The Grand Tour Premiere kicks off tonight and will go on every Friday for Amazon Prime subscribers.
The Grand Tour Premiere Explains Clarkson?s Top Gear Exit
According to the show?s former presenter, Clarkson wasn?t really fired from Top Gear due to his infamous ?fracas.? Prior to leaving Top Gear, the trio immediately started working on their new show with Amazon Prime Video.
In the first episode named ?The Holy Trinity,? the trio appears to take a swipe at their former employer after Clarkson parted ways with BBC due to punching a producer.
Furthermore, the opening sequence is said to have cost more than ?2.5 million. Clarkson can be seen leaving an office from London under storm clouds. Clarkson then took a black cab trip whilst listening to radio news of his demise.
The Grand Tour Premiere feature the trio testing the McLaren P1, Porsche 918 Spyder, and Ferrari LaFerrari sports cars. Despite giving the Top Gear?s producer a bloody lip, Clarkson issued a formal apology.