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The Grand Tour Full Episode Italian Lessons Season 1 Full Episode 11.
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In the Season 1 Full Episode 11 the Grand Tour tent is on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland, from where Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May introduce their experiences of buying used Maseratis with their own money and then using them to tour the drizzle flecked landscapes of the North of France. Along the way, Clarkson Hammond and May encounter worrying noises, unusual electronics, a small engine fire, and the cruel delight of watching James May trying to drive with a broken arm. Also in this programme, Richard Hammond is at the Eboladrome track trying out the Abarth 124 Spider as he discovers if it’s a real Italian sports car or just a Mazda in a fancy suit.

Italians In France
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were given the task of getting a used Maserati for £8,000, which seems optimistic on paper but all three managed to do it in albeit very similar models. This was a point Jeremy was quick to point out when he compared his very bold Maserati Biturbo to Richard’s rather ugly Maserati 430. James May turned up in an equally ugly Maserati, only this time it was a convertible but more importantly, an auto. The reason for this became self apparent when Captain Slow try to clamber out of the ageing Italian car to reveal a broken arm. This kick started a good flow of banter throughout the film, which involved a knob gag (watch out for that) as well some other interesting things fitted to the steering wheel of May’s Maserati including something ‘prickly’.
In the Season 1 Full Episode 11 the Grand Tour tent is on the shores of Loch Ness in Scotland, from where Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May introduce their experiences of buying used Maseratis with their own money and then using them to tour the drizzle flecked landscapes of the North of France. Along the way, Clarkson Hammond and May encounter worrying noises, unusual electronics, a small engine fire, and the cruel delight of watching James May trying to drive with a broken arm. Also in this programme, Richard Hammond is at the Eboladrome track trying out the Abarth 124 Spider as he discovers if it’s a real Italian sports car or just a Mazda in a fancy suit.

Italians In France
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were given the task of getting a used Maserati for £8,000, which seems optimistic on paper but all three managed to do it in albeit very similar models. This was a point Jeremy was quick to point out when he compared his very bold Maserati Biturbo to Richard’s rather ugly Maserati 430. James May turned up in an equally ugly Maserati, only this time it was a convertible but more importantly, an auto. The reason for this became self apparent when Captain Slow try to clamber out of the ageing Italian car to reveal a broken arm. This kick started a good flow of banter throughout the film, which involved a knob gag (watch out for that) as well some other interesting things fitted to the steering wheel of May’s Maserati including something ‘prickly’.

The next morning, they race back to England via the Port of Le Havre, with the loser selling his Maserati. Jeremy Clarkson’s Biturbo dies, but he continues the race with it on a tow truck. He reaches the ferry port, but discovers that his Biturbo fell off the tow truck while chasing Richard Hammond. James May launches his Spyder toward a boat and crashes in spectacular fashion.The presenters conclude that buying a second-hand Maserati will result in a 66% chance of it working.

For “Celebrity Brain Crash”, Chris Hoy rows toward the tent, but his boat hits an underwater mine. To fill in the time, Clarkson uses a Bulgarian man to demonstrate a new hands-free system for any car and a Thai woman as an inexpensive massaging back seat.
A VW Commercial: You may recognize this bit from an old VW Golf GTI commercial from many many years ago and they did a damn good job on it’s recreation.
Jeremy Clarkson’s opening to part 2 of the Maserati film is an homage to the VW Golf GTI ‘Casino’ ad, first shown in the UK in 1987. Although the last line is a tribute to ’70s Brit sitcom Fawlty Towers. The Grand Tour Maserati ad is a good creation!

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