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The Grand Tour: Series 2 Episode 2 Preview – ‘The Falls Guys’

The Grand Tour Series 2 is off to a flying start – after being very well received online by fans around the world. Naturally, their focus will now turn to the second episode – so what can they expect?

In this episode, Jeremy Clarkson drives the all-new, 647 horsepower Ford GT from New York City to Niagara Falls, a trip that is made more challenging by the car’s uncompromising, racing-car-for-the-road design.

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James May who, using only public transportation, is trying to beat Jeremy to the finish line. May’s trip is also more complicated than necessary because he is accompanied by Richard Hammond and the leg he broke in a previous show.

Photo: Amazon Prime Video

Can a carbon fibre bodied, twin turbo missile make it to the Falls before a disgruntled man forced to drag a moaning, wounded colleague onto buses, trains and planes?

Photo: Amazon Prime Video

Also in this show, Jeremy takes to the Eboladrome track in the Mercedes-AMG GT R, and another burning question is answered by Celebrity Face Off as cricketer Kevin Pietersen and baseball’s Brian Wilson go head-to-head to find the world’s fastest who makes a living from hitting and throwing and catching small balls.

The Grand Tour Series 2 Episode 2 will be available Friday 15th December 2017 on Amazon Prime Video.

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2 comments

MrM3 December 11, 2017 at 7:24 am

What happend to the board with lap times? They remove it? I miss that I think that when they test new hot cars they should have laptimes to compare them with others like they used to. Anyone said anything about why they removed? I mean they don’t really need a special driver, just let one of the show hosts do it.

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Antonio Manoel December 12, 2017 at 1:49 pm

They didn’t removed it, just changed to the digital lapboards because of copyright. Yes, they can’t do it by hand.

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