According to the Instagram feed of Jeremy Clarkson, he isn’t happy about the social bubble that he’s been forced into to film the next episode of The Grand Tour.
Based in Scotland, this episode will follow the trio as they drive three American cars from Edinburgh to the Hebrides. Behind the wheels of a Cadillac, a Lincoln, and a Buick, the three get their hands on a few caravans which end up being modified to match their cars. But before long these are ditched for more performance-orientated modification on the actual cars.
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It’s rumoured that these modifications are to improve the cars on the drag strip they find themselves at, before leaving to board a ferry to the Hebrides, specifically, North Uist.
To enable the team to do this, however, they had to form a bubble due to Coronavirus safety procedures in the UK, and Clarkson was quick to make his complaints seen on Instagram.
He smiles through gritted teeth while posing in the photo alongside co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May. Obviously, it’s a joke, and it’s this kind of humour that we’re looking forward to seeing when the Madagascar Special episode is released later this year. Still no word on that, though…