With Chris Evans’s Top Gear having just received a new trailer, Jeremy Clarkson has gone out of his way to bring attention back to his upcoming Amazon Prime show, teasing viewers about the ‘most dangerous stunt’ he has ever attempted.
In a Twitter update, the host posted a photo of himself covered in soot, blood smudged on his face, just one day after Tweeting out the message: “Tomorrow morning, I'm doing the most dangerous stunt I've ever attempted. This may well be a goodbye.”
Luckily, Clarkson doesn’t seem to phased by the whole thing, writing “I survived the day. Just.” alongside the photo.
Co-host Richard Hammond was also on hand to speak about the life endangering stunt, writing from his profile: “Unlike m'colleague, our shoot this week never put my life in danger. But it was bloody unusual.”
Clarkson, Hammond, and James May infamously left the BBC’s Top Gear following Clarkson’s ‘fracas’ with one of the production team.
Recently, May has updated viewers on when we can expect the show to finally reach Amazon Prime, revealing it should be this Autumn, or Fall in the US.
Last month, the trio were spotted filming their new car show - which has a reported budget of £4 million an episode - in Surrey, with fan-filmed footage of the incident appearing online.
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