Top Gear/Grand Tour Team Filming in Zadar

By , 09 May 2017, 15:19 PM Lifestyle
Top Gear/Grand Tour Team Filming in Zadar Source: Dominik Brkljača

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are in Croatia.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, who used to present famous TV show “Top Gear” on the BBC before leaving for the Amazon where they now present similar show called “Grand Tour”, were seen in the Zadar area on Tuesday, filming material for new episodes, reports on May 9, 2017.

BBC’s version of the show was one of the most popular factual TV shows in the world while it was presented by Clarkson, Hammond and May. After Clarkson was suspended, he and his colleagues left the BBC and created “Grand Tour”, which also tours global destinations.

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They are currently filming in the Zadar area, so they naturally wanted to come to the Zadar waterfront for a cup of coffee.

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The fans who saw them could not believe their eyes. The legendary Top Gear team came to Zadar! Of course, photos were taken, autographs given, and words exchanged with the presenters of the legendary British TV show. The trio was a pleasant surprise for the tourists as well, who did not expect to see them in Zadar.

After Zadar, the team went to Šepurine and to Pag Bridge.

We look forward to the episode featuring Croatia, and until then we can all enjoy the video filmed by Dominik Brkljača.

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