The Grand Tour’s official Facebook page gave us our first look at Season 2 where Clarkson, Hammond, and May continue their travels in SUVs, supercars, and off-road vehicles. The new images show supercars like the Lamborghini Aventador, off-roaders like the Ariel Nomad, and even a Nissan Pathfinder in a seemingly tricky situation. (more…)
As The Grand Tour Season 2 inches towards its premiere later this year, producers for the show have announced a huge, but not unexpected, change. (more…)
The second season of The Grand Tour will arrive on Amazon Prime shortly and the hosts recently sat down with British GQ to discuss the show. (more…)
Following the arrival of the Insignia GSi, a faster version of the Astra is also on its way, keen to take its place right on the edge of hot hatch territory. (more…)
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have won big at this year’s GQ Awards in London, with the so called ‘holy trinity’ of the motoring world taking home the prestigious ‘TV Personalities of the Year’ award. (more…)
As the home of the Vauxhall Astra, Ellesmere Port has been making the Brit-built car for almost 40 years. And today, proud employees marked the landmark moment the 4 millionth car rolled off the production line with a choreographed display of 236 Astra Sport Tourers to spell out the feat. (more…)
With Jeremy Clarkson facing a lengthy 8 to 10 week recovery period following his bout of pneumonia, it appears that The Grand Tour might have a ‘back-up plan’ in place to ensure the filming schedule for the show remains on track. (more…)
Details relating to Amazon’s spend for The Grand Tour’s first series have been released. Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond and Andy Wilman were given £35.8million to make the 13 episode series, according to the accounts from their company Chump Holdings Limited. (more…)
With the British Grand Prix approaching this weekend, the Vauxhall Astra is F1 grid coach Rob Wilson’s somewhat unlikely choice as the ideal car for sustained track use.Based at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground in South Leicestershire, Rob is instrumental in carving split seconds from the lap times of at least 12 drivers on the current grid, using a standard Astra road car. (more…)
The Grand Tour is finally back. Ever since the last episode of season we’ve been waiting to see what else the trio have to offer with their Amazon Prime show. The first trailer for season two just dropped, and now we finally get a taste of what’s to come.
The Circuit of Wales developer has struck back at the Welsh Government after it decided not to part-fund the circuit, citing a “fundamental misunderstanding” of the risks involved. (more…)
The Grand Tour is facing a bit of a setback following Richard Hammond’s accident but that isn’t stopping Amazon from offering a preview of the upcoming second season.
As part of the retailer’s Prime Day extravaganza, the company will offer Prime members a “brand new tease” of the popular show.
Amazon says the preview is the “first look at any filming from the hugely anticipated second season.” That’s not much to go on, but it divulges that the footage will show Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond in Mozambique, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
The inclusion of Switzerland is certainly interesting, as Hammond crashed the Rimac Concept One in the country just a few weeks ago. It remains unclear if the teaser will show footage of the accident, but it’s possible considering all the media attention it received.
Prime Day 2017 kicks off on July 10th and it will last 30 hours.
The long-awaited Circuit of Wales development in Ebbw Vale has been turned down by the Welsh Government. (more…)
Filming for the second series of The Grand Tour has just become a little bit more difficult, following the horror car crash which landed presenter Richard Hammond in hospital. (more…)
Grand Tour fans, you can start revving your engines because series two will arrive before you know it. (more…)
A decision on Circuit of Wales project will be made by the end of June, first minister Carwyn Jones has said. (more…)