THE GRAND TOUR: 12 shows, 11 different locations, a special 'tent'... Motoring trio Jeremy Clarkson (centre), Richard Hammond (right) and James May have released details of their new show - The Grand Tour. Image: Facebook
Cape Town - Former Top Gear presenter, and now host of a new show called the Grand Tour, Jeremy Clarkson, dropped another hint that he is in South Africa or at least Southern Africa.
Clarkson's contract was unceremoniously canceled by the BBC after he verbally attacked Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon in March 2015.
Earlier in May 2016, Wheels24 reported that Clarkson revealed the name of their new show, due to be aired on Amazon Prime, via Twitter.
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Clarkson (56), will be joined by former Top Gear hosts Richard Hammond and James May. As to the format of 'The Grand Tour', the trio said the show will be housed in "a large tent" at different studio locations around the world.
Is 'The Grand Tour' headed for SA?
You may recall that we reported on Friday (May 13) that a photograph posted on Twitter appeared to show the trio at a South African airport.
Many South Africans were adamant that the trio were in Mzansi...and then on Tuesday, Clarkson added more fuel to the fire when he tweeted this pic:
The broadcaster announced that he would name the first location of the Grand Tour on Thursday (May 19).