The Grand Tour, the Amazon Prime internet series featuring Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond, is about to start filming in-studio for season two. The second time around, the studio tent will stay in one place for the entire season, and tickets to recordings are now available.
Throughout season one, The Grand Tour used a mobile studio tent where Clarkson, May, and Hammond presented the show at a different location throughout the world for each episode. For season two, the tent will remain at a permanent location in the Cotswolds region of the United Kingdom.
Don't worry, according to Amazon's press release, the trio of presenters will still be traveling the world attempting just as many wild adventures as ever. As we've seen from Richard Hammond's horrific Rimac crash, things are already not going to plan.
Amazon has also revealed applications for tickets to the studio recordings are now available, and . The application site closes on October 3rd at 7pm EST, so you better act fast.