The gang are back together - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May start filming The Grand Tour

Jeremy Clarkson has officially got his show back on the road today.

The ex Top Gear presenter may not be primetime property for the BBC any more, but he’s got the old team back together for his new Amazon Prime show, The Grand Tour, and it looks like filming is still taking them to some far-flung locations.

Petrol head Jeremy has been in Los Angeles this week, as his Twitter followers will know because of his complaints about not being able to find anywhere to smoke.

But this morning heralded the start of something exciting for him, as he warned…

Yes, The Grand Tour is under way – and is it just us, or is there a slight whiff of foreboding here?

And in case you needed picture evidence that Richard Hammond and James May are absolutely, totally, definitely back on board with Jeremy, here it is, straight from set.

We can’t wait to see what that “complicated filming” resulted in.

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