Would you be able to tell which of the 'Grand Tour' presenters was hiding inside a Stig suit simply from what they were saying?
The 61-year-old TV presenter feared he was about to have the 'biggest accident of my life' when he lost control of his caravan.
The Grand Tour producer Andy Wilman says stars Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May had most banter and fun in a decade for new Scotland touring special film.
Former Top Gear star James May will front new cooking show Oh Cook on Amazon Prime Video despite admitting he can’t cook.
The Grand Tour star James May has admitted he is ‘constantly waiting to be fired’ as he says he has previously been sacked from every job he's had
The show, which aired its 27th series earlier this year, is now fronted by Paddy McGuinness, Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris.
Clarkson said the trio were "marooned on a tropical island" as he posted pictures of them drinking poolside.
The presenting trio of 'The Grand Tour' narrowly escaped serious injury during monsoon conditions in Vietnam.
Abbie Eaton, the pro-driver on The Grand Tour, has rubbished claims that the show is homophobic, after singer Will Young slated it last week.
Will Young has slammed Jeremy Clarkson's The Grand Tour and threatened to report the show to Ofcom over ' repulsive homophobic jokes'.
Jeremy Clarkson has given the government both barrels on Brexit, calling the negotiations to leave the EU 'a complete clusterf**k'.
The first episode of Jeremy Clarkson’s new Amazon show was a massive hit with his millions of fans on Friday night – but, as ever, there was more than a little whiff of controversy.
James May thinks Top Gear bosses should have their “a***s kicked” if they can’t make the show a hit again after the first season failed to impress fans.
It’s safe to say that the beginning of 2016 was dominated with reports that the new version of Top Gear, fronted by Chris Evans, was facing new struggles and setbacks on what seemed to be a daily basis. Now it has been revealed that original Top Gear trio, Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, weren’t having a much smoother ride whilst filming their new car programme, The Grand Tour, with it being revealed that May almost died during film. Speaking about his close encounter, James explained: “I thought I would drown.
Jeremy Clarkson has expressed fears that the BBC could launch a legal case against his new Amazon Prime show, The Grand Tour, for imitating the Top Gear format. The programme, which he presents alongside fellow former Top Gear hosts Richard Hammond and James May, faced potential legal issues over BBC restrictions on intellectual property rights. Writing in The Sunday Times Magazine, Clarkson revealed that dozens of prospective names for The Grand Tour were rejected for being too similar to the BBC’s stunt-filled show, but then expressed his concerns over their use of a test track – aka an essential requirement of any car show.
According to Jeremy Clarkson, it’s because it made all those balding, middle-aged blokes watching at home feel better about their bad teeth expanding waistlines. “What worries me most is that everyone is expecting Avengers Assemble, that people think we’ve made something between the new Star Wars movie and Iron Man. “It is just three middle-aged men doing what they’ve always done – drive cars around corners, shout, fall over, belittle each other, bicker.