The Grand Tour season 4: Jeremy Clarkson makes dig at ‘struggling’ car shows

Filming for the first episode of The Grand Tour season four is now complete, with fans set to see the trio travel around Cambodia on bicycles.

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With the inaugural season four edition of the Amazon Prime series ready to go, Jeremy opened up about filming the latest outing in a Youtube Q&A with DriveTribe.

However, the popular show host appeared to make a dig at ‘struggling’ car shows when asked which of his co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond are the most annoying.

Sitting at a pub table with a large rosé, Jeremy said: “It’s strange, when you think about them when you’re filming they’re sort of not annoying.

“I know that’s a weird thing to say but we’ve got a job to do at the end of the day.

Speaking out about their bond, the motoring show star said: “The wonderful thing is when working together for what feels like 300 years we’re completely in tune with one-another.

“I could say something and if you pause it, I could write down what they would say in response that’s where other motoring shows would struggle.

“You have to be completely in tune and we just are.”

The comment comes after the star was voted the best Top Gear presenter of all time in a Radio Times Survey with James May and Richard Hammond taking second and third place respectively.

The long-term show hosts presented Top Gear for over a decade so it is only natural the trio became so “in tune” over the years.

However, with the show seeing a flood of new presenters working together following their departure it seems Jeremy could have been referring to his old show.

The Q&A also saw the presenter tease the first episode’s “incredibly dramatic” ending.

Jeremy said: “Well, we’ve just done the first… well they’re not really specials anymore it’s now just what The Grand Tour is, where we travel the world.

“We’ve just done the first one and there is an incredibly dramatic ending that was entirely accidental.

“The ending we’d planned that we’d spent hundreds of thousands of pounds on, that we’d researched for months, didn’t happen.”

The star went on to discuss the horrendous weather conditions and the impact they had on filming.

Jeremy continued: “Not a mile away from where we were, some people were killed.

“As a result of the conditions, we simply couldn’t complete [the ending].

“But, because of the conditions, we have one hell of an ending. Yeah, it will be an astonishing show.”

The Grand Tour will return to Amazon Prime soon.

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