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First Look at Season 4 of The Grand Tour

Season 4 of The Grand Tour is still a long way off from showing on our screens, but Jeremy Clarkson is keen to let us know that him, Hammond and May are already hard at work filming.

From a recent Instagram post, Clarkson and co are at Siem Reap, a city of Cambodia. Here you can see the team recreating the iconic Beatles image.

The area houses one of the largest religious monuments in the world, named the ruins of Angkor. People travel for miles to tread through the ancient temples and the countryside surrounding them. The city has recently rebranded itself as a major tourist attraction, so it’s hard to pin down quite what the trio will be doing on their travels there.

Saying that, it’s fair to say that they’re enjoying life on two wheels.

We know that Clarkson has been enjoying his bicycle lately, even using one on his holidays, and it wouldn’t be the first time the three used bikes during a special episode.

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In tune with the times

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This is where it gets scary, though. Media outlets have been adamant that Clarkson has photographed himself piloting a helicopter, and while this would have been a very entertaining segment to watch, it’s fairly obvious that he’s not.

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Air Cav: surfer division

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In the reflection of Clarkson’s sunglasses, you can easily see the real pilot with his hands on the.. wheel(??). So, sorry ladies and gentlemen, they’re perfectly safe in that bird. But there’s still time!

Written by Alex Harrington

Alex started racing at a young age so certainly knows his way around a car and a track. He can just about put a sentence together too, which helps.

He has a great interest in the latest models, but would throw all of his money at a rusty old French classic and a 300ZX.

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  1. In a helicopter it’s simply called “the stick”. Or if you want to be technical, it’s called the cyclic. And down beside you is the collective.

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