Richard Hammond and James May Reunite After A Scandi Flick Crash | The Grand Tour | DRIVETRIBE

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After their latest adventure blasting through Scandinavia, Hammond and May catch up and reminisce about their cars (and mishaps) out on the road. Check out their Mitsubishi Lancer EVO, Audi RS4 and Subaru Impreza.
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Join Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May as they travel across the globe on their Grand Tour. A show about adventure, excitement and friendship… as long as you accept that the people you call friends are also the ones you find extremely annoying. Sometimes it’s even a show about cars, reviewing Italian classics, hot hatchbacks, muscle cars, pick-up trucks, luxury vehicles and more. There’s something for everyone (If you like middle-aged men doing things with cars, then this is the show for you!)

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22 Sep 2022



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Which car from The Grand Tour: A Scandi Flick is your favourite? 🤔
I'm confident enough to say we'd all want more of these post-trip conversations!
What a genius way to include Clarkson in the skit - even if he was unavailable for the shoot. Credit to the Directors/Producers
“We’re quite old now.” Those words hit hard. It’ll genuinely be a sad day for humanity when these three inevitably film their final program together.
@tabbytoyota7717 Vor 7 Stunden
The best trio of hosts.... ever... period. Love the content and please dont stop producing The Grand Tour
@Wistbacka Vor 16 Stunden
I gotta say... These kind of discussions are far more interesting than the constant barrage of staged and scripted jokes. I like them too (I mean I have watched these blokes since season 1 of neo-top gear), but sometimes it is nice to get actual car talk and reflection in a car show. This was more a thing in the early seasons of top gear and was reduced more and more as time went on. Season 24 was horrible.
A podcast where the trio just chat about any old car stuff for an hour would be a GIGANTIC success.
"we're quite old now".....no other way of saying it but those words hurt. Like everyone else I want these three to be around forever as they formed a huge part of our Sundays for years
@tarwin42 Vor 14 Stunden
Give us more of this unscripted stuff! Feels like old Top Gear! :D
I love how James and Richard have developed more on-screen friendliness through the pandemic rather than just always being at each other's necks
@foodreacts837 Vor 16 Stunden
I can 100% this show was so good and one of the best, funny serious all in one
@tavistrosen1155 Vor 4 Stunden
I have an Evo 8 and I love that the Evo survived everything! I think it needs to go into the Top Gear/Grand Tour hall of fame with the Toyota Helix.
As a Mitsubishi driver myself I think we can all say yes its upsetting to see James crash such a nice car but we can all respect the way it went out full send!
The mechanics who got that Evo working after everything it had been through deserve some massive respect!
@sebo6able Vor 2 Stunden
Clarkson on Top Gear: : "We're never going to mention that again. Agreed?"
When James crashed I felt my heart in my gut. Strange feeling so strongly for some guys Ive never met.
@jamesl8640 Vor 14 Stunden
Hammond giving James advice on how not to crash send out of place
I am still astonished that James came away from that wreck largely unharmed, that was one hell of an impact
The car protected James in that crash, it deserves some big respect
That episode felt way more extreme than most of the previous ones, with the crash and the fire and the utter destruction. And watching the crash, it certainly did look much more serious than it actually was. Seeing his head jerk towards the window with no airbag curtains, and seeing his dazed expression when he exited the car, I was so sure he had a concussion and I teared up a bit. I was in a crash while I had my head resting against the window of a chevy spark before my side was rammed by an SUV with a nudge bar. I think I would have either had serious eye injuries with glass in my eyes, or suffered severe head/brain trauma had I not decided to lay my seat back and lie down 10 seconds before we got hit. I remember looking down at the shards of glass all over my lap and chest and just dissasociating, thinking I was in a dream the first few seconds after the crash. It is just such a scary experience.