Rev up your engines as Amazon’s Grand Tour prepares to hit our screens later this month, including the season finale filmed in Lincoln which will be aired this Spring.
The final episode of the third series was filmed in the the county in late October, starting with Jeremy Clarkson driving a classic Ford Cortina on the circuit at Cadwell Park near Louth.
The Grand Tour posted on social media that the show returns to Prime Video on January 18, with the first episode Motown Funk. The episode filmed in Lincoln is listed as episode 12 of series 3 and will air on March 29 2019.
Dozens of classic Fords gathered around Lincoln Cathedral on October 26, with the presenters – Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond – seen getting out of different models and going inside the iconic building.
Filming at Lincoln Cathedral
Hundreds of people with audience tickets queued to get in the cathedral for the secret filming part on Friday, October 26. The Lincolnite went for a sneak peak of what was happening inside.
The choir and the audience sang a hymn – “Dear Ford & Father of mankind” – as a tribute to the original mass producer of vehicles, which is set to close the last episode, and possibly the last episode ever.
Filming at Lincolnshire Showground
The cars then went on a procession through to Lincoln Cathedral.
Previous Lincoln visit
Clarkson and May stopped in Lincoln in 2011 while filming an episode for series 17 of Top Gear.
In the episode, the pair tried to cross the country in the new Nissan Leaf and Peugeot iOn, two fully electric cars, but Clarkson ran out of battery and had to recharge at the University of Lincoln to a delighted crowd.