The Grand Tour Comes to the USA, UK, and Germany

Good news! Oh wait, that’s Top Gear. In the case of The Grand Tour, we should go with something else. How about great news? After South Africa, The Grand Tour will put up its big green tent in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
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According to a recent post on the Facebook page of the Amazon Prime car show, the crew will hit the road “this autumn to film shows in the UK, USA and Germany. To celebrate, we're giving away tickets to fans in each location so you can come and join us.” Wanna to get up close with three middle-aged men this coming fall?

All you have to do to get a chance at winning a ticket is to enter a prize draw. If Lady Luck smiles upon you, you’ll be attending the studio shoot in the green tent and The Grand Tour will pay your travel and accommodation expenses. 
Pretty cool, isn’t it? But then again, Jeremy, Richard, and James have a much bigger budget from the peeps at Amazon compared to what the three amigos had from the BBC.

The dates and locations haven’t been made known to the public just yet, so let the speculation begin. Dear people at the BBC, this! This is how you sell a motoring show and this is how you raise the hype and enthusiasm of its potential audience. Signed, everyone that saw the horror known as Top Gear Season 23.

When will the first episode of The Grand Tour air? According to James, that’ll be Octoberish.” For the first season, the three amigos will prepare no less than twelve episodes which are scheduled to be released on a weekly basis. Oh, and another thing: the picture format for The Grand Tour is Ultra HD (4K). Guess that means I need to upgrade my computer monitor or TV if I want to see TGT as crystal clear as possible.

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About the author: Mircea Panait
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After a 1:43 scale model of a Ferrari 250 GTO sparked Mircea's interest for cars when he was a kid, an early internship at Top Gear sealed his career path. He's most interested in muscle cars and American trucks, but he takes a passing interest in quirky kei cars as well.
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