Former Top Gear trio Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have finally given a title to their new motoring show on Amazon Prime. With the new show due to be filmed on location across the world, the three presenters have decided to call the new show the appropriately titled 'The Grand Tour'. The new show will be touring various locations during its opening season, with a live studio audience to be housed in a giant tent... just to be a little bit different. Amazon Prime purchased the rights to produce 3 seasons of the new series following the well published sacking of Clarkson following a fracas with a member of his production team during filming of the final Top Gear season back in 2015. Costing a reputed £160m to secure the dynamic trio, Amazon will no doubt be sparing no expense to bring 'The Grand Tour' show right to the top of the ratings chart. In other motoring news, BBC have confirmed that the newly re launced driving show Top Gear will air for the first time on Sunday May 29th. The BBC have confirmed filming of the new series has taken place in nine countries over eight months with the six new presenters racking up over 7,500 miles... no bad work if you can get it. BBC Top Gear will feature a new presentation team of former TGI Friday favourite Chris Evans and Friends star Matt Le Blanc. Who's going to win the war of the car shows? Let's discuss below!