THE Grand Tour scored Amazon’s most-watched premiere episode when it launched in November 2016.
Now, the men and their motors are back for a second series and Amazon have just released preview images ahead of Prime Day. Here’s what we know…
When does The Grand Tour series two start?
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are all set to return for a second series of Amazon show, The Grand Tour.
It’s not yet been confirmed when the first full-length episode of The Grand Tour’s second series will be released.
Richard Hammond told fans it would be in November 2017 while Jeremy Clarkson has suggested the second series will instead kick off in October.
The second series will see the trio travel to Mozambique, Switzerland and the UK.
How can I watch The Grand Tour?
Fans who aren’t already, will have to sign up to become a member of Amazon Prime, which usually costs £80 a year and also includes a range of perks such as free delviery and unlimited music streaming.
Then they can watch the show on their mobile devices or through the Amazon Fire stick which plugs into the HDMI output on their smart televisions.
But unlike some Amazon series that are available in one go for customers to binge-watch, the show will stick to the once-a-week schedule just like Top Gear.
What can we expect to see in The Grand Tour: Series Two?
Amazon released some exclusive first look images for the second series in July 2017, proving that the sky’s the limit for the show’s return.
Jeremy, Richard and James are set to literally take off as one of the images shows a light aircraft, possibly hinting at an aerial element to one of the show’s famous stunts.
Taken before his horror crash last month, Hammond can be seen with his sleeves rolled up and a white helmet on his head.
Clarkson looks to be chuckling behind the wheel of a sporty motor, while May looks slightly less thrilled in a heavily customised red car.
How can I apply to be in the studio of The Grand Tour?
If you fancy joining the world-famous petrol heads as they chat about their latest adventures and review the latest motors then here’s how you do it.
But be warned – you have to be a member of Amazon Prime to apply.
Applicants must be 18 years or older and competition is expected to be fierce so it’s worth applying as soon as you can.
For all the info and to apply – visit here.
What happened to Richard Hammond during filming?
Richard Hammond experienced a horrific vehicle collision while filming The Grand Tour in Switzerland where the car he was driving burst into flames.
Speaking on DriveTribe, the star said: “I was aware that I was up high, and that inevitably the car was going to come down.
“And yeah of course there was a moment of dread – ‘Oh God, I’m going to die’.