The Grand Tour hosts to spend 100 days travelling globe for season 2

Hosts embark on extensive Grand Tour for season two

• Hosts embark on extensive Grand Tour for season two
• Over 100 days travelling across five continents – including Africa, Europe, North America, South America and Asia
• No Australia visit…but Amazon Prime Video viewers have chance to guest in new studio tent in the Cotswolds

The new series of The Grand Tour will see Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel through more locations than ever, attempting to avoid any further mishaps and injury along the way.

The trio will spend over 100 days across five continents, racking up more passport stamps from Croatia, Mozambique, Dubai, Colorado, Switzerland, New York, Spain and many more exotic locations around the world.

The Grand Tour studio tent has been given a new home in the British country town of Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds. For one week only, Amazon Prime Video is inviting customers around the world to apply to be on the studio guest list and join Clarkson, Hammond and May in their home country.

Applications for tickets to the studio recordings of series two are now open at, closing at midnight on Tuesday October 3.

The Grand Tour is our most popular show around the world having been watched in over 240 countries and territories,” said Jay Marine, VP of Amazon Prime Video Europe. “Customers continually tell us that their favourite segments of The Grand Tour are the travelling adventures of Jeremy, Richard and James, so despite the various calamities and injuries along the way, the guys have spent this year exploring more incredible and stunning locations than ever before…and getting into more trouble of course. We can’t wait for our Amazon Prime Video members to see series two later this year.”

Andy Wilman, Executive Producer of The Grand Tour, added: “It’s clear that the most popular ‘Grand Tour’ element of the show is when the chaps are roaming the globe on their big adventures and road trips, so that’s what we’re doing a lot more of for this series. We’ll keep the studio in one place, and given how accident prone they are at the minute, that can only be a good thing!”

Series one of The Grand Tour with Clarkson, Hammond and May broke records when it launched in November 2016, becoming the biggest show premiere ever on Amazon Prime Video.

As part of a three-series deal, The Grand Tour will be back for two more series with the second series coming to Amazon Prime Video later this year.

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