Due to the coronavirus outbreak, even ‘The Grand Tour’ aka Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammon are known for their motor tours but are now ‘working from home’.
Highlights: The Grand Tour is ‘Working From Home’ Amidst Coronavirus Concerns
- New Employee of The Grand Tour Must Be Able To Handle Grumpiness
- The Grand Tour is Touring From Home
- Jeremy Clarkson has a tough time travelling
Recently, Jeremy Clarkson and the rest of The Grand Tour sent out a comic application for a new logistics employee, amid the delay in shooting for more episodes of Season 4. Several fans responded to the post.
The 4th season of the show has only been able to shoot 1 episode until now as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. It seems strange that such fearless drivers would fear anything, but this is the kind of impact the virus can have on people.
The Grand Tour Seeks New Logistics Employee Who Can Handle Grumpiness
As per the latest news from The Mirror and The Mail, The Grand Tour team are looking for a new employee. One of the requirements is that the employee must be able to handle the logistics for complex foreign road trip shoots.
However, the more important requirement is that the employee “must be persuasive with grumpy officials at three in the morning.” Such comic requirements of “handling grumpiness” are going to make fans wonder which of the three hosts is this job requirement referring to.
Fearless Grand Tour Afraid Of Coronavirus
However, the most comic moments were when fans began to joke around with the hosts about them fearing coronavirus. When the hosts said that they were going to be “working from home,” one of the fans joked, “You’ve survived greater calamities.”
It is no secret that the hosts of The Grand Tour, Clarkson, Richard Hammond and Jeremy May take great risks when they present their motor show. However, considering how quickly the coronavirus has spread across the world, even the hosts of The Grand Tour seem to be afraid of moving outdoors, and hence, are working from home.
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When Jeremy Clarkson was asked about more episodes for The Grand Tour Season 4, he responded in a comic manner, “Maybe you haven’t heard. There is “a virus you see and it’s making international travel tricky.”
Coronavirus has definitely shaken the world as people worldwide are now taking precautions by “working from home” and avoiding moving outdoors as much as possible.