The Grand Tour

Land Rover’s hilarious parcel mix-up replaces one angry short bloke with another

Richard Hammond is no longer a presenter on The Grand Tour according to Land Rover’s PR department, after a hilarious mix-up was made by the UK firm.

An Instagram post (below) by Clarkson revealed the blunder, showing three parcels from Land Rover addressed to himself, James May and Chris Harris – with the latter currently being a presenter on the rival BBC show Top Gear.

“Land Rover has sent us some parcels this morning…..,” Clarkson wrote.

His followers commented on the mistake with one calling for a Top Gear and Grand Tour crossover episode.

@Fireking posted: “What there ….. is going on , #BringBackRichardHammond.”

@Tomcsee wrote: “Topgear cross over? Like topgear UK vs topgear usa lol.”

@AidMason posted: “Just another short angry man hahaha I see no difference.”

@MarkKSimmons commented: “Glad to see you have replaced hamster with a real car enthusiasts not a short bloke from the cotswolds.”

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