"We’ll be traveling the world hosting each episode in a different country, from a giant tent," Clarkson said in a statement to The Guardian. "It’s a sort of ‘grand tour,’ if you like. So we’ve decided to call it The Grand Tour." Oh, I get it, very clever guys!
Over at the BBC, Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans' revamped Top Gear is scheduled to premiere in the UK sometime this month, but has been plagued with production problems.
Update: 9:31AM ET: Updated to reflect that Clarkson was let go from the BBC because he attacked a producer.
-Joe (This is Post #1,942,707)
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I signed up for their taping in Nashville, but they never announced who got the tickets.
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