Richard Hammond faces angry driver as he blocks traffic in trailer for The Grand Tour

Richard Hammond was confronted by an angry driver in the new trailer for The Grand Tour Presents: Carnage A Tois.

The presenter, 51, is back with co-hosts Jeremy Clarkson, 61, and James May, 58, for the new special where the trio explores French cars.

In the clip, Richard can be seen in his car explaining to an angry driver that he was driving ‘the French way’ over a roundabout.

Awkward: Richard Hammond was confronted by an angry driver in the new trailer for The Grand Tour Presents: Carnage A Tois

This refers to a unique traffic rule in France where drivers entering a roundabout are given right of way, unlike in most countries where vehicles already on the roundabout are given right of way.

Richard is seen saying to a man, “I’m doing the roundabout the French way.”

The man yells back, “I don’t care! You’re in line here. Just move it.

Richard then looks at the camera in his car and says, ‘This is what happens’

Confrontation: The clip shows Richard in his car explaining to an angry driver that he was driving 'the French way' through a roundabout

Confrontation: The clip shows Richard in his car explaining to an angry driver that he was driving ‘the French way’ through a roundabout

Rule: This refers to a unique traffic rule in France where drivers entering a roundabout are given right of way, unlike in most countries where vehicles already on the roundabout are given right of way

Rule: This refers to a unique traffic rule in France where drivers entering a roundabout are given right of way, unlike in most countries where vehicles already on the roundabout are given right of way

The man then yells, “Move the damn vehicle!”

Elsewhere, the trio travels to France and is seen racing around a racetrack as Richard jokingly says, “Stop! One of a number of things has gone wrong. You must stop or die immediately.’

In a voice-over, Jeremy says: ‘France. We love their food, their wine, but French cars are a little weird.

“The French pretty much invented motorsport and certainly today we will abide by the French rules.”

New special: The host, 51, is back with co-hosts Jeremy Clarkson, 61, and James May, 58, for the new special where the trio explores French cars

New special: The host, 51, is back with co-hosts Jeremy Clarkson, 61, and James May, 58, for the new special where the trio explores French cars

Show: The trio travels to France and are seen racing around a racetrack as Richard jokingly says, 'Stop!  One of a number of things has gone wrong.  You must stop immediately or die'

Show: The trio travels to France and are seen racing around a racetrack as Richard jokingly says, ‘Stop! One of a number of things has gone wrong. You must stop immediately or die’

Action: In a voice-over, Jeremy says: 'France.  We love their food, their wine, but French cars are a little weird

Action: In a voice-over, Jeremy says: ‘France. We love their food, their wine, but French cars are a little weird”

In another scene, a car can be seen hovering in the air, cutting the camera away the moment it falls.

The full synopsis reads: ‘In this second lockdown special, the trio delves into the bizarre world of French car culture.

‘On an epic road trip starting in the Welsh hills, they take a hair-raising mountain climb, defusing bombs, propeller-driven cars, helicopter stunts and the most thrilling race of their lives before reaching the English Channel for a breathtaking medieval climax. And a soupcon of French arthouse cinema’

He adds: 'The French pretty much invented motorsport and certainly today we will abide by the French rules'

He adds: ‘The French pretty much invented motorsport and certainly today we will abide by the French rules’

Dramatic: In another scene, a car is seen in the sky as the camera cuts away just as it falls

Dramatic: In another scene, a car is seen in the sky as the camera cuts away just as it falls

Meanwhile, co-host Jeremy adds his homegrown produce by launching his own beer.

The presenter will be selling his new lager, Hawkstone, in the shop of his Diddly Squat Farm, his adventures that were the subject of a popular Amazon Prime series.

Speaking to The Sun, Jeremy admitted that his marketing ideas have been shot. His slogan encouraging alcoholics to try his drink was rejected by the Advertising Standards Authority.

“If you’re an alcoholic, don’t fight it, but feed him” was a regulator violation,” he admitted.

“There’s so much you can’t say. For example, “This is a delicious breakfast beer” – they will not allow it. It’s very boring. Actually I can only say: “This is lager”.’

Business: It Comes After Co-Host Jeremy Adds His Homegrown Products By Launching His Own Beer

Business: It Comes After Co-Host Jeremy Adds His Homegrown Products By Launching His Own Beer

While he grows the barley on his farm, the lager will be available online and in Jeremy’s farm shop, but he hopes it will eventually be sold in pubs and supermarkets.

The star admitted he was inspired to start the new venture after being told at school that he “couldn’t organize an ap***-up in a brewery.”

“I wanted to have a brewery so I could have a ***-up in it. Now I can go back to my old career teacher and say, “See? I told you I could!” It is a very well made beer. I am out for world domination. Nothing less will do.

The Grand Tour Presents: Carnage A Trois launches on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, December 17.

Release: The Grand Tour Presents: Carnage A Trois launches Friday, December 17 on Amazon Prime Video

Release: The Grand Tour Presents: Carnage A Trois launches Friday, December 17 on Amazon Prime Video

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