“I’m really proud”: Jeremy Clarkson boosts anticipation for Lincoln Grand Tour episode

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The Grand Tour star Jeremy Clarkson is proud of the Lincoln episode due to air this week which he poured his “heart and soul into writing”.

As previously reported, the season three series finale (episode 14) of Amazon’s The Grand Tour will air on Friday, April 12.

‘Funeral For A Ford’ is listed as the final episode of the latest series starring Clarkson, Richard Hammond and May.

James May and Richard Hammond. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

The most recently aired episode saw the crew head to Mongolia.

Clarkson posted on Twitter afterwards saying: “The Grand Tour Mongolia Special is the best we’ve ever done.

“I’m glad so many people liked our Mongolia show. But I’m more proud of next week’s (April 12) Grand Tour. I put my heart and soul into writing that one.”

James May in Lincoln. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

Lots of classic Ford cars. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

‏Filming in Lincolnshire

Clarkson drove a classic Ford Cortina on the circuit at Cadwell Park near Louth.

Dozens of classic Fords then gathered around Lincoln Cathedral on October 26, 2018 with the presenters seen getting out of different models and going inside the iconic building.

Sneak peek inside Grand Tour filming at Lincoln Cathedral. Photo: Michael Kheng

Hundreds of people with audience tickets queued to get in the cathedral for the secret filming part.

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 of the series.

Hundreds of classic Ford cars gathered at the Lincolnshire Showground on the Saturday for the last part of filming.

Photo: Sean Strange for The Lincolnite

Photo: Sean Strange for The Lincolnite

Photo: Sean Strange for The Lincolnite

Photo: Sean Strange for The Lincolnite

Photo: Sean Strange for The Lincolnite

Photo: Sean Strange for The Lincolnite

The cars then went on a procession through to Lincoln Cathedral.

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