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Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond have invited fans to join the audience of their first episode of their new Amazon car show, 'The Grand Tour'. But there are some stipulations.

Firstly, you can't drive a Peugeot. Secondly, no morons.

Those were the rules laid down by Clarkson in a Facebook Live video he posted. Meanwhile, Richard Hammond pretended to be outraged ("You can't say that!") at the pusillanimous presenter's demands. So it looks like the new show will be business as usual.

Clarkson also unveiled the logo for the new show, which you can see at the head of this story. Some applauded it, while others mocked it for its 1980s stylings.

'The Grand Tour' sees the ex-'Top Gear' trio film in a new location each episode, with a new setting and audience. The first episode will shoot on July 17th in Johannesburg, and will have an audience of 250. There will be 12 episodes in total.

The first series will air on Amazon Prime Video in the autumn. Clarkson and co have signed up for three series, for a reported fee of £160 million.

Source: Facebook

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