Jeremy Clarkson confirms The Grand Tour season 4 delays over coronavirus

Jeremy Clarkson has confirmed The Grand Tour’s series ofroad trips has suffered setbacks from the outbreak of coronavirus.

The latest run of The Grand Tour follows Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May branching out on epic adventures for standalone feature-length instalments, rather than their traditional weekly episodic series, which Metro.co.uk readers are all for according to a recent poll.

In December they released The Grand Tour Presents… Seamen, which saw the trio almost killed at sea in Vietnam and Cambodia, while their next stop sees the boys in Madagascar.

Hammond already confirmed there is another huge disaster in that special too.

However, with the threat of coronavirus only soaring more and more each day with greater measures being implemented to slow down the spread, The Grand Tour will have to take a step back – for now.

One impatient fan tweeted the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? presenter: ‘@JeremyClarkson I starting to think Amazon Prime isn’t worth having without The Grand Tour.”(sic).’


The 59-year-old – who got rinsed by his daughter on Instagram over the weekend – replied: ‘We have one pretty much ready to go and when this virus business is settled, we will head off to do two more.’

As fans continued to barricade the host with calls for moreThe Grand Tour, he fired back: ‘Maybe you haven’t heard. There’s a virus yousee and it’s making international travel tricky.’

Just last week, Clarkson assured the next episode of TheGrand Tour would be ‘coming soon’.

And, even better than that, his co-star May promised it will be ‘fantastic’.

The Grand Tour is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

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