Jezza Reveals How He Narrowly Escaped Riding Shotgun In A Rally With A Hangover

There is definitely no shortage of behind the scenes footage of The Grand Tour and the latest one reveals a rather funny short story, made public by Jeremy Clarkson.

With his two co-hosts, James May and Richard Hammond, carefully listening, he explains how he was supposed to ride shotgun in a rally car while suffering from a big hangover. Just before the flag came down, however, a mechanical problem occurred, so he simply walked out of the car and was more than glad to miss this one…

If the clothes worn by the three men and the background seem somewhat familiar, you are not mistaking, because this is the same scene where the team broke a rental Range Rover Sport while filming for a new episode of The Grand Tour, as part of their deal signed with Amazon.

Jezza, Captain Slow and The Hamster are in their natural element with stories like these. We expect more teasers like that in the build up for what Amazon aims to become the world’s largest motoring show once it airs this fall.


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