This is a bit over the top, even for Clarkson.
Given the types of pranks that Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May pull, it’s plausible to think that Bam Margera from Jackass spinoff "Viva La Bam" could get a job at the BBC hosting "Top Gear." Hey, the network needs to do something to recapture lost viewership. Maybe increased pranking is the answer. Unfortunately for the BBC, we doubt that even Margera could recreate some of the automotive anarchy that our favorite trio pulled off on a weekly basis.
According to the trailer, the third episode of "The Grand Tour" goes a bit over the top, much like the previous episodes.
A parade of drool-worthy cars is of course present, including a Dodge Challenger Hellcat, Aston Martin DB11, and drop-top Rolls-Royce, the latter of which is the only one missing from the track scenes. However the end of the trailer leads us to conclude that Clarkson actually has his house demolished on television, if anything for the sake of your entertainment. Given that "The Grand Tour" is a traveling TV show, it would appear that Clarkson doesn’t need his house anymore. Still, the threatening earth mover that tramples his fence and continues towards his home means he may want to hold off from punching any Amazon producers in the near future.