The Grand Tour: Jeremy Clarkson Driving Mike Brewer’s Citroen SM For Next Special Episode
While Jeremy Clarkson was spotted driving a white Citroen CX through Warwickshire only a day or so ago alongside fellow presenters Richard Hammond and James May, he’s now posted another car to his Instagram account that he’s also been driving.
The Grand Tour crew was behind the wheels of three french cars: Richard Hammond was driving a Talbot-Matra Murena, James May a Renault Avantime, and as mentioned, Clarkson was driving a Citroen CX.
“What an extraordinarily beautiful car this is,” Clarkson writes.
Now, Clarkson has revealed his latest wheels, a Citron SM, which is actually owned by Mike Brewer.
He posted the following on Twitter, saying:
“My friends at @thegrandtour are using my #Citroen SM .. @JeremyClarkson seems to like it.. thanks fella. @RichardHammond @MrJamesMay”
My friends at @thegrandtour are using my #Citroen SM .. @JeremyClarkson seems to like it..👍 thanks fella. @RichardHammond @MrJamesMay pic.twitter.com/U9bsABnoAG
— Mike Brewer (@mikebrewer) April 27, 2021
Of course, fans were quick to reply with the standard Hammond orientated comment…
Make certain Hammond doesn't drive it or you might get it back upside down on its roof on fire 🙃
— Josh C (@Minion_Josh_) April 27, 2021
The Citroen SM was spotted as The Grand Tour team headed to Beachy Head, Eastbourne beside a film crew and helicopter. According to onlookers (and the post below), both Clarkson and Hammond were in the SM, with James watching wearing a bright orange puffer jacket.
The 3 stars of the popular motoring show, The Grand Tour, were spotted driving around Beachy Head, #Eastbourne this afternoon. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were snapped by Jacek Wyszynski Photography today, during filming for the series in the area. #GrandTour pic.twitter.com/JHtRF0iN5f
— Sussex News – Breaking News for Sussex (@SussexIncidents) April 27, 2021
We’re not quite sure what The Grand Tour’s doing at this location, but with a helicopter in play, we’re sure there are going to be plenty of incredible aerial shots of these cars surrounded by the beautiful British landscape. Thankfully, we’ve had a few days of nice weather, so hopefully the team was lucky!