The Grand Tour to return in June with Hammond, Clarkson and May going on epic European journey
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It's only a few weeks until The Grand Tour is back on the screens of motoring enthusiasts with a special episode showing Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on a new adventure.
The trio are back for The Grand Tour: Eurocrash, a special episode of the Prime Video show following their trip through central Europe.
They'll be driving 'cars nobody would ever dream of' and will be competing in a range of challenges along the way which those familiar with The Grand Tour will know is a prime opportunity for the presenters to make fools of themselves.
These challenges will include Soviet style Formula 1, being shot at by archers and a spectacular ending you'd expect to see from one of the Fast & Furious movies.
There's also supposed to be a 'famous racing driver' showing up at some point, so viewers will have that to look forward to.
It may be one of the last times Prime Video audiences will be able to watch the three together on The Grand Tour after he's supposed to be parting ways with the streaming service once his current crop of projects are finished.
Along with another season of Clarkson's Farm, there will also be three more The Grand Tour specials released after Eurocrash.
The trio were recently pictured back together again filming one of those specials, and fans spotted them in Mauritania with a filming crew to fuel speculation about what they might be up to.
The final special episodes of The Grand Tour are set to be released over the next couple of years, with Eurocrash coming in June and more in the pipeline likely landing in late 2024.
James May has said that for him retirement might be 'not far off' as all of the trio are getting quite a bit older these days and it's time to contemplate whether it might be time to call it a day.
In their last special, A Scandi Flick, the presenter was hospitalised after crashing into a wall at 75mph as part of a challenge.
The Grand Tour: Eurocrash is due to release on Prime Video on 16 June.