Here's What Clarkson And May Did Immediately After Hammond's Crash

Rimac Automobili

Hint: it involved an Aventador S and an NSX.

The Grand Tour must go on, right? Of course, and the fact that co-host Richard Hammond is going to be just fine following a near-death crash in a Rimac Concept One guarantees that. Longtime co-hosts and pals Jeremy Clarkson and James May weren’t too far away when the crash happened and they were among the first on the scene. Once they got the all clear and huge sigh of relief that Hammond managed to escape moments before the Rimac went up in flames, the show’s production team decided to film some final shots of the episode they were shooting.

What will be episode one of the upcoming second season, due in October, will undoubtedly be quite interesting, to say the least.

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As for Clarkson and May, those additional shots required them to hop back inside a Lamborghini Aventador S and Acura NSX, respectively, for another run at the Bergrennen in Hemberg, Switzerland. And yes, both completed their runs accident-free.