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Behind the scenes of The Grand Tour's latest adventure

Behind the scenes of The Grand Tour's latest adventure

Footage from behind the scenes of The Grand Tour's latest adventure has finally been released

Footage from behind the scenes of The Grand Tour's latest adventure has finally been released and fans are going wild for it.

Jeremy Clarkson has reunited with co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May as the trio commence filming their latest escapades together.

The three long-time pals have finally joined forces again to take fans along with them following a whole load of antics.

Footage from behind the scenes of The Grand Tour's latest adventure has finally been released.
Instagram/@jeremyclarkson1

The three posed for a picture to alert fans that filming is finally underway.

Clarkson, 63, Hammond, 53, and May, 60, all smiled into the camera as they sat aboard a boat; alongside the photo Clarkson wrote: "Three t***s in a boat”. Lovely."

And it was no doubt that fans of The Grand Tour were well and truly chuffed to see the trio back together again, with one commenting: "The three mighty legends in one boat."

"Highlight post of the day!" added a second.

A third echoed: “The best photo I have seen all day! The Return!”

While filming is clearly underway, fans are left itching for their next Grand Tour fix as it is currently unclear as to when new episodes of the show will eventually air.

Fans have uploaded a series of behind the scenes snippets of the gang's adventures.
YouTube/The Grand Tour Fans

But, some die-hard seem to have made provisions for such a situation after taking to YouTube to upload a series of behind the scenes snippets of the gang's adventures.

The channel, named The Grand Tour Fans, has since posted three videos chronicling what the trio had got up to in Mauritania thus far.

Part one shows the men getting off the plane that took them to their destination with local media showing that they had landed in the city of Atar.

According to the fan page: "The cars stood ready to bring the crew (about 90 people) to their hotel."

A few blurry clips photos of Hammond and Clarkson standing beside 'two train wagons' followed which was part of the 'longest iron lore train in the world'.

The second video then showed fans the 'first glance' at the vehicles the presenters use in Mauritania.

The video showed fans the 'first glance' at the vehicles the presenters use in Mauritania.
YouTube/The Grand Tour Fans

They also 'spent some time in the Terjit oasis' with behind the scenes footage showing the camera crew fully-installed in the area.

There was some movie-style action involved in the trip as well, with one dramatic explosion popping off in the middle of the desert.

Fans believe two of the cars used by the presenters are a Maserati GranCabrio and a Jaguar F-type Convertible based on a fan's dash cam footage but haven't a clue on what the third vehicle is yet.

A filming crew were also spotted in the capital of Mauritania, Nouakchott, and ended the day with a 'party and some alcohol and music at the British or American embassy'.

The third and final behind the scenes compilation clip saw the three petrol heads dining at a restaurant in Nouakchott.

May was seen leaving in the Maserati, Clarkson in the Jaguar but Hammond's car remained a mystery.

But, according to photos of the presenters' garage - the third car present was an Aston Martin so it's a safe bet that that was Hammond's vehicle of choice.

The crew and cast also watched the King's coronation at the British Embassy and 'went to the beach to enjoy the sun'.

They were then spotted at 'an old airstrip near Nouakchott the following day and raced around the track for a bit'.

While details are far and few - it's fair to say that fans can't wait for the show to finally grace their tellies once again.

Featured Image Credit: jeremyclarkson1/Instagram/The Grand Tour Fans/YouTube

Topics: Jeremy Clarkson, TV and Film, The Grand Tour, James May, Richard Hammond, Celebrity