The Grand Tour Series 3

The Grand Tour: Series 3, Episode 10: ‘The Youth Vote’

  • Clarkson, Hammond and May celebrate the wonder of hot hatchbacks.
  • Hammond and May compare the Lamborghini Countach and the Ferrari Testarossa.

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Episode Guide

In this episode, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May celebrate the affordable, practical and fun wonder that is the hot hatchback. With Clarkson in the VW Polo GTI, Hammond in the Ford Fiesta ST and May in the unpronounceable Toyota Yaris GRMN, the three head to the Grand Tour rallycross track until they’re told to stop mucking around and make these cars appeal to the young. Armed with stickers, slogans and social media, the three embark on a series of challenges involving fake punctures, mis-spelt rappers and a juicing disaster.

Also in this show, Hammond and May are at the Eboladrome comparing two icons of the ‘80s, the Lamborghini Countach and the Ferrari Testarossa.

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Rating: 9.6/10. From 23 votes.
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5 comments

Andy Chen March 15, 2019 at 12:29 pm

I love the 80s Supercar part.I bet if Clarkson also join this part,he may reuse the Pantera LS7 from previous episode

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Aaron C March 16, 2019 at 12:24 am

Loved the Contach but Hated the Testarossa. It was slower in a straight line, no where near as Good Looking and 6 seconds slower round the Eboladrome. The whole point of a Ferrari is to be the better drive than the Lambo and for it to be slower shows how bad it is.

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Andy Chen March 16, 2019 at 1:17 am

TR is more of a mid engine GT than pure supercar,it is acceptable that it is slower than Countach

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Aaron C March 16, 2019 at 9:35 pm

Sorry, but I disagree. A Ferrari is built be the ultimate expression of a racing car for the road, A Lamborghini is built to be the best bedroom wall pinup. Ferrari’s are meant to have that magic in the drive that you just don’t get from the other cars. Most of their cars do this, but not Testarossa.

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Andy Chen March 17, 2019 at 1:24 pm

Just as I thought,the official game failed to get Yaris for Toyota stop licensing non-Japanese game(Senna and XE SV P8 are lacked for exclusive in EA games and FH4)

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