James May Hurt His Hand On Amazon's Grand Tour

Posted: Jul 22 2016, 8:27am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
James May Hurt His Hand on Amazon's Grand Tour
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Former Top Gear presenter James May suffered a hand injury on the Grand Tour car show.

The former Top Gear hosts are busy filming their new car show. The Grand Tour will launch this fall exclusively for Amazon Prime members. Richard Hammond just tweeted a photo of his co-host James May. He is seen typing with his thumb, as the rest of his hand is bandaged. Hammond says: "Don't worry, he can still type. And no, I can't tell you how he hurt it."

As its a secret how May Hurt his hand, it must be related to the show. Did a prank by Jeremy Clarkson go haywire? We will have to wait for the show to be released on Amazon Prime to find out.

A couple days ago the first audience show of the Grand Tour took place in South Africa. The show put up a big tent apparently in the middle of nowhere. The Grand Tour seems to continue what the three guys did on Top Gear. Crazy missions, hot cars and studio shows with an audience. Amazon gave away tickets to the studio shows as part of the Prime Day 2016.

Yesterday the Grand Tour published a video of a Land Rover that they damaged on the show. It is going to be fun.

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