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When is the next Grand Tour special? Trio spotted filming new challenge

Published: 30/Sep/2020 16:56

by Kieran Bicknell


With their fans on tenterhooks waiting for the next special, The Grand Tour has been spotted by numerous passers-by while in Berwick, North England. 

Since the ‘Seamen’ special late in 2019, fans of The Grand Tour have been left waiting with bated breath for the next installment. Well, it seems that they may not have much longer left to wait, judging by photos that have surfaced on Reddit and Instagram.


Posted to Reddit by u/beerisforwinners, the photo shows the trio with an extensive camera crew on a quay near Scotland. Not only that, but it also shows a triplet of American Muscle cars, suggesting the theme for the next special.

TGT Seamen special
YouTube: The Grand Tour
The trio’s last adventure was the aptly-named ‘Seamen’ in 2019, which saw them command boats in S-E Asia.

The Grand Tour new special

With the current crisis placing severe restrictions on travel, it seems the boys have stuck to the UK for their next episode. Previously, May had said they “would not be filming locally” but with ever-changing restrictions, other plans may have been canceled.


Since the trio has been spotted in such unusual cars, many Redditors have been questioning whether this could be one of the infamous ‘cheap car challenges’ that the team became known for.

Unfortunately, we don’t have any confirmed information regarding what the exact plot of the episode is. That having been said, the video below shows all three cars as part of a big filming convoy around Berwick, suggesting that the show will take a ‘road trip’ format.

The Grand Tour release date

Other posts shared by the Richard_Hammond_TR Instagram account also show the trio on the move, again seemingly in Berwick.


With Hammond’s well-publicized love for all things American and V8-powered, there’s a fantastic shot of him behind the wheel of his chosen vehicle. While it doesn’t give us an insight into the model of the car, his trademark cheesy grin suggests the trio are still having as much fun as ever.

There’s also an interesting potential spoiler from Twitter user Alan Geere, showing a piano being dropped onto a car. While the picture is somewhat fuzzy, the car does seem to be a Morris Marina, echoing a long-standing joke that originated on Top Gear, and has been carried across to TGT.

With the long-rumored Madagascar special yet to hit our screens, we may be waiting a while to see this special. Sadly, we don’t have a release date for this episode but if previous performance is anything to go on, however, it will be well worth the wait.


Supercar Blondie reaches insane Facebook milestone

Published: 7/Oct/2020 17:05 Updated: 7/Oct/2020 17:10

by Kieran Bicknell


YouTuber and presenter Supercar Blondie is one of the best-known car YouTubers out there. Now, she has smashed all previous records and broken an important Facebook milestone.

With a cool 4.65 million subscribers on her YouTube channel alone, Supercar Blondie has made a name for herself as one of YouTube’s best automotive content creators.


Earlier in 2020, SB made headlines after amassing an incredible number of Facebook views, reaching over one billion views in the month of August alone.

Now, it seems that the ‘Supercar Blondie Family’ is only set to grow even bigger, after an incredible announcement via her YouTube channel and Instagram feeds.

Supercar Blondie with McLaren Speedtail
Instagram: @Supercarblondie
Supercar Blondie has made a name for herself as one of the biggest automotive YouTubers on the planet.

Supercar Blondie hits 30 million Facebook followers

In spite of her massive following on YouTube, her biggest audience is actually on Facebook.

With her incredible viewing figures for August 2020 still at the forefront of her mind, Blondie has revealed another exciting piece of news in the development of her brand. As of October 6, 2020, she now has over 30 million followers on her Facebook page.

“Wow wow wow! If you follow me on Facebook as well, thank you! The Supercar Blondie family just grew to 30 million! Insta fam next. Much love guys; Come join us and see why we get a billion views a month!”


Clearly not content with hitting a cool 30 million Facebook followers, she states that it’s the “Insta fam next.”

Blondie still has a long way to go on her Instagram page, however, as it currently sits at around seven million followers. Impressive, but that’s a whopping 23 million behind her Facebook page, so it might take a while to catch up.

With her recent successes — including being crowned the richest car influencer on YouTube — it’s been one heck of a year for Supercar Blondie. We can’t wait to see what she has in store for the remaining months of 2020.