James May hasnt watched’ Clarksons Farm Difficulty believing Jeremys any good

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Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond are back for a brand new lockdown special of their hit Amazon Prime Video series – The Grand Tour Presents: Lochdown. Fans of the former Top Gear hosts have been waiting patiently for the trio to return but have been kept entertained with Clarkson’s Farm. However, James admitted he hadn’t had the chance to see much of the series.

The Grand Tour presenter revealed he had “difficultly believing” Jeremy would be any good at managing his 1,000-acre farm.

Speaking to Express.co.uk and other press, James revealed what he thought of Jeremy’s latest show: “Surprising, really. 

“I haven’t watched very much of the series yet because it only came out a few days ago and I’ve been out shall we say.”

“But I have difficulty believing that he would be [any good],” he continued. 

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“Well, he’s not really good at attaching things to the tractor or any of that sort of vaguely intelligent stuff.

“But he also does actually have to do some physical work. 

“I can imagine he was moaning like an absolute b*****d about it and they had to edit around some of that or at least reduce it, otherwise the programme will be hundreds of weeks long.”

“I think it’s a great idea for a show,” The Grand Tour presenter added. 

“I couldn’t do it because I don’t have a farm, I only have a small field, and nothing grows in it.”

Supporting his co-star, he added: “I can see it coming back for another one. 

“Although I don’t know what you do in the next year that you didn’t do in the previous year because I think farming is the same every year.”

“I don’t know anything about farming, sorry, I’m not a very good person to comment on that,” James quipped.

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“Maybe you can grow different breeds of potato in the next series I don’t know.”

Jeremy isn’t the only one to have branched out on Prime Video, James released shows Oh Cook and Our Man In Japan in 2020. 

Meanwhile, Richard Hammond teamed up with Mythbusters’ Tory Belleci for The Great Escapists. 

Revealing whether the presenters are competitive, he continued: “I don’t know if we’re actually competitive about it, are we?”

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“I wouldn’t want the other’s shows to fail, or anything like that would just be churlish,” James remarked. 

“But I suppose it is competition in the sense that we spur each other on. 

“If you think, ‘Bollocks Jeremy’s made a series I better make another one.’ 

“Although I am ahead because I’ve made two, so I want to do another travel one and I hope we can quite soon.”

The Grand Tour Presents: Lockdown launches Friday, July 30 on Amazon Prime Video.

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