Behind the scenes of The Grand Tour Season 2, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May talk about what to do with celebrities and Celebrity Brain Crash. Does that mean it’s not coming on then?
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A Halfa Romeo, as he calls it. He takes a power saw to an Alfa 156, and like that The Grand Tour has a new segment. Only problem is no one can drive it. James May tries, and then two of the show’s production staff have a go—all of them spin.
After a short discussion, his solution is to cut a front-wheel drive Alfa Romeo in half, because that’s what Clarkson does.It would seem, then, that the plan is to have guests on the show drive the half-Romeo around a track. Because that won’t lead to certain death, either.
This is just one change to “The Grand Tour’s” format for season two. So, will celebrities attempt to set lap times in the Halfa Romeo in season two? Or was this just a one-time gag to let us know “Celebrity Brain Crash” is no more?