Jeremy Clarkson has teased fans with a photo from the set of his new show, revealing what they can look forward to when it arrives on Amazon Prime next month.
Proving the Chris Evans-fronted reboot of ‘Top Gear’ is going to have some competition in terms of stunts, Jeremy shared an image of his charred and bloody face.
He joked: “I survived the day. Just.”
Prior to that, he’d admitted that he was attempting his “most dangerous stunt” yet during the day’s filming, adding: “This may well be a goodbye.”
And judging from this snap, Richard Hammond - who will present the new series alongside Jeremy and fellow former ‘Top Gear’ co-host James May - got off lightly, remarking: “Unlike m’colleague, our shoot this week never put my life in danger. But it was bloody unusual.”
Last year, Jeremy was famously let go from ‘Top Gear’, following a controversial 12 months which culminated in a much-publicised “fracas” with a producer while filming on location.
However, despite the absence of Jeremy Clarkson, ‘Top Gear’ has still managed to garner controversy, most notably last month when a stunt filmed at the Cenotaph in London was heavily criticised in the media for being “disrespectful”.
After being fired by ‘Top Gear’, Jeremy and his co-presenters revealed in the months that followed that they’d signed a new three-year deal with streaming service Amazon Prime to helm a new motoring show, the name of which is still to be revealed.