The Grand Tour is coming to an end later this year after one last special, which will see Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond heading to Zimbabwe.


While this will be the end of an era for the trio, who have been together since 2016, it won't be the end for them individually – with Richard set to head back on the road for a new series with his brother.

Asked what's next for him by, the TV presenter said: "I'm off on a mountain bike adventure in the Himalayas this year in August with one of my brothers."

It comes after after the news that Jeremy Clarkson had made the decision to quit the series, admitting he's "done everything you can do" when it comes to cars.

James May, Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson in The Grand Tour: Eurocrash standing by a car on a race track
James May, Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson in The Grand Tour: Eurocrash. Prime Video

Clarkson said: "I’ve driven cars higher than anyone else and further north than anyone else. We’ve done everything you can do with a car."

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There are just two specials of The Grand Tour remaining, including Sand Job, which launched on Amazon Prime Video today (Friday 16th February), and features the trio heading to the remote African country of Mauritania to test out cheap modified sports cars as they follow in the footsteps of the Paris-Dakar rally.

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Speaking ahead of the launch, Richard teased a "surprise" in Sand Job, saying: "There was there was a surprise arrival in [the] minefield, because it's [Mauritania] still on the red list in terms of travel, and the last thing you want in or near a minefield is a surprise."

The Grand Tour: Sand Job launched globally on Friday 16th February on Prime Video. Try Amazon Prime Video for free for 30 days. Plus, read our guides to the best Amazon Prime series and the best movies on Amazon Prime.

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