Arrived in Nashville and James is immediately at home in the airport rocking chair. pic.twitter.com/OEH3aOzYEo
It would seem that being old automatically causes you to be drawn to rocking chairs like birds are drawn to fly south for the winter. It could also just be what happens when you’re James May and your favorite hobby is being slow.
The Grand Tour has been getting amazingly good reviews from its first episode, which featured the holy trinity of cars, the Mclaren P1, Ferrari LaFerrari, and the Porsche 918. The premiere episode, which was also filmed, in part, in the United States, outside of Los Angeles, also featured the BMW M2, several quirky comedy bits, and an amazing, tear-jerker of an introduction into the series. The Nashville taping is the 5th stop in filming on the boy’s worldwide tour. A Grand Tour you could say (haha).
Jay Marine, Vice President of Amazon Video Europe was quoted as saying
“fan reaction for this show has been overwhelming and we are excited to bring our US fans another chance to see The Grand Tour live!”
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Quote Source: Broadway World