The Grand Tour: ‘It doesn’t get better’ Jeremy Clarkson goes ALL OUT in dramatic finale

The latest trailer of the hugely-popular Amazon series The Grand Tour has arrived and it teases the fan-favourite trio saying goodbye to one of their favourite cars ever.

The Amazon Prime show’s latest episode is titled ‘Funeral For A Ford’, and Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May all take turns in classic editions of the popular car.

According to the Lincolnite website, Jeremy said he was “incredibly proud” of the finale he “poured his heart and soul into writing, which was filmed in Lincoln.

Jeremy took a spin in a classic Ford Cortina on a circuit in the area back in October 2018.

But in the trailer it’s clear things start to veer a little bit out of control as Jeremy could be seen screeching the vehicle round corners on a race track.

Jeremy began: “Over the years, Richard, James and I have driven almost every car ever made.

“But there is only one that we all like. It’s just civilised,” he said simply.

Jumping into the car, Jeremy joined his old friend and co-host Richard for a final ride of the series.

“I like the way it had a massive boot,” Richard noted.

“I like the speed,” Jeremy enthused with a grin.

“Oh there’s a surprise,” Richard teased, and the pair hurtled off on another adventure.

Jeremy then declared: “Life doesn’t get much better than this!”

The scenes continued and Jeremy could be seen skidding across the race track, seemingly getting faster and faster.

“It surfs like a murmur of mad bees!” he declared, intently focused on his experience.

Also in the episode, the presenters drive to Lincoln Cathedral and the show hosts an amusing “funeral” to the classic cars.

It also features a tribute from a church choir.

Jeremy, Richard and James have been working together for decades now, and began on BBC series Top gear. 

The series is expected to return to the channel next year. 

The Grand Tour concludes on Amazon Prime Video tomorrow.

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