Quiz! Who said it: Clarkson, May or Hammond?

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Quiz! Who said it: Clarkson, May or Hammond?
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Old pals Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have been working together for almost 20 years.

After the notorious Steak-gate led to their departure from the BBC car show Top Gear that originally brought them together, Amazon Prime Video stepped in to salvage their onscreen partnership with a new show.

The Grand Tour has gone on to become a hit for the team, featuring impressive supercars, daring stunts and exotic locations. 

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns and travel restrictions the latest series features the trio driving classic American cars on a caravan trip around Scotland.

While Clarkson, May and Hammond may appear to have much in common – a love of cars and driving and a shared childish sense of humour – they also have many differences.

When the driving gloves are off, do you know what sets Hammond, May and Clarkson apart? Would you be able to tell which of the presenters was hiding inside a Stig suit simply from what they were saying?

Find out by seeing if you can match these quotes to the right petrolhead with our 15-question multiple-choice quiz. Accelerator pedals to the floor please, and breaks off!

The Grand Tour Presents: Lochdown launched on Amazon on Friday 30 July.

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