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Jeremy Clarkson Secretly Calls Out Richard Hammond In Coronavirus Joke

Jeremy Clarkson of The Grand Tour fame had us cracking up on Twitter not long ago where he secretly called out Richard Hammond in a hilarious tweet about the effects of the Coronavirus.

Many of us have settled into self-isolation over the last few days (you can read five car-related things to do during self-isolating here), but Clarkson has made us aware of the silver lining:

“Look on the bright side. In about 3 weeks, we will know everyone’s real hair colour,” he says.

Those who are fans of The Grand Tour, and previous Top Gear, will know that he’s not poking fun at people who dye their hair, he’s instead specifically poking fun at Hammond, who has been known to maybe, possibly, sometimes, ish, dye his hair.

DriveTribe, the company owned by Clarkson, Hammond and James May replied very quickly with the following:

Another also saw the link to Hammond:

I wonder what colour Hammond’s teeth will be after the next few weeks…

The Coronavirus has messed up everyone’s plans including my own wedding, but more importantly, it’s delayed filming for the next Grand Tour episode. According to Clarkson, an episode is ready to be uploaded to Amazon Prime so hopefully that will be revealed soon – what better time to do it? But filming for what’s expected to be the third special in the final four episodes of the show is on hold due to the issues revolving around international travel.

We’ll keep you updated as we know more, so hang around to get the latest on The Grand Tour and its presenters.

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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