Earlier today, Jeremy Clarkson revealed that filming for the next episode of The Grand Tour has begun with himself joining Richard Hammond and James May once again to present the show. The photo posted to Instagram by the ex-Top Gear presenter showed two Japanese legends: a Subaru Impreza WRX and a Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VIII. Now, Kaleb Cooper from Clarkson’s Farm has responded to the post asking if Jeremy would bring the cars back once he’s finished.
The two cars stand on a football pitch in Norway and are a subtle tribute to Ukraine. Russia invaded Ukraine last weekend and since then, Jeremy has made several tributes to the country and has even hurled abuse at Russian F1 driver Nikita Mazepin.
The cars, coloured like the Ukraine flag, will be featured in the next episode of The Grand Tour, but Kaleb wouldn’t mind a go as he waits in England working on Jeremy’s Diddly Squat Farm.
“Yep bring them two cars back for me to add to my collection,” Kaleb asked in the comments of the post.
One fan replied to him saying, “they’ll probably look very different after the episode lol,” with another adding, “stick to the tractors.”
The cars were photographed at a football stadium in Henningsvær with the mountains of Austvågøya looking over them. We’re excited where this trip could take Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May.