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This is the fastest car ... pause in the world.

There have been improvements.

Teased

This time, Hammond says, let's try a stunt driver

He's fearless and committed.

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Will the Halfa Romeo make it into the show with celebs behind the wheel?

Celebrities will still be a part of the show, but instead of dying on the way there, they may die while attempting to drive half of a car.

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NASCAR driver Mike Skinner says he did like the driving, though.

How will the show replace him?

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The boys are back, to the tune of "Live and Let Die."

The boys are back, to the tune of "Live and Let Die."

Teased

The tent stays in one place, the team doesn't.

Judging by these images, there will be shenanigans in cheap cars.

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Clarkson, Hammond and May will be sticking in the U.K.

You've got a week to secure tickets to attend.

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Applicants must be entertaining, engaging and willing to pause before delivering the final word.

Followup

It's a little unclear what the race organizers did wrong.

Teased
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Clarkson, Hammond, and May. Back in your living room.

Look for more from the trio this fall.

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Official

Seeing the sights, and creating a spectacle.

Featured

The two-part episode that didn't need to be.

Beach buggies, beautiful scenery, and about 30 unnecessary minutes.

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Off to Namibia: a bumbling adventure in two parts.

The Grand Tour's producer thinks the beach buggy is "terrible", and the boys try to prove him wrong.

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Try episode one for free, no obligation required.

Amazon is hoping releasing episode one will bring in even more fans of fast cars and inappropriate anatomical jokes.

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Don't let the lead image fool you.

The Grand Tour is at its best when the cars are the stars, and episode six is almost all about the vehicles.

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How hard could it be?

Two guys drive a £1000 luxury car to Lapland to see three guys in a tent.

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It's merely a scene for the season finale (and it's not a tank, it's an APC).

Despite what the Daily Mail says, a director shouting "action" probably means Clarkson and Company aren't engaged in terrorism.

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Even a game of Battleship can’t save this one.

Also, this episode has Jeremy Clarkson in a ball gag. Ew, we know.