Hammond heads to France to learn the art of driving sideways with a professional drifter which sounds promising. This could be The Grand Tour’s equivalent to when Hammond was let loose in an F1 car in Top Gear. Meanwhile, May’s suffering is showing no signs of ending this season. After struggling through the Maserati challenge with a broken arm, the team subject him to further humiliation. It’s all just an excuse to splash him with copious amounts of mud. Best of all, the Bugatti Veyron
, which frequently appeared in Top Gear, gets a send-off in a drag race against its current hypercar equivalent, the Porsche 918 Spyder
. Will it have met its match? Find out in the final episode this week. Can’t wait.