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LEAKED: First footage of Clarkson, Hammond & May's new show

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While the new-look Top Gear has attracted the vast majority of the headlines and speculation, Clarkson, Hammond and May have been strangely quiet while they've gone about putting together their rival show for Amazon Prime - save for Clarkson apologising and settling-out-of-court with the BBC producer he punched.

Filming began back in October last year, with a 'skeleton crew' but since then, details have been scarce.

However, footage has now emerged of the trio filming scenes in Surrey last week - and it looks like it's back to the same old ridiculousness as before.

A passing fan filmed them riding in a vintage Mercedes modified with monster-truck style wheels with Clarkson at the wheel on Thursday afternoon. As they approached the cameraman, Clarkson then asked, "Are you filming this car because it's excellent?"

Let's hope the new show, rumoured to be called Gear Knobs, is excellent too.

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