You’ve seen them scout for new test drivers while failing miserably at it. Former F1 driver Mark Webber, a stunt driver and a former car thief have all had a go in the hotseat in place of the unlikable American from Season 1 but in typical Grand Tour fashion, it all went horribly wrong.

Auditions for the new test driver aside as it remains to be seen how the saga would unfold, it seems that our three most favourite TV show hosts have been asked to be more “American”.

What seemed like a racist demand to May, was understood as a challenge to Clarkson, who was also cynical of a Brit’s tardy appearance. A make up session ensued and let’s just say, the outcome is the stuff of nightmares. Season 2 of the Grand Tour is set to air on the 8th of December 2017. Watch the trailer here!

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