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Commentator Kelvin MacKenzie was one who shared his thoughts as he posted: "And so we say farewell to Clarkson, May and Hammond. After 20 years together through Top Gear and for the last 7 years with The Grand Tour, the trio have let it be known they will not be resigning with Amazon Prime and will go their separate ways.
"They have bought great entertainment to millions and will be missed."
His sentiments were echoed by another fan who commented: "I know there probably are not that many car enthusiasts in my list, but the news of both Top Gear and The Grand Tour ending at the same time kind of hits hard. I grew up on these shows and learned so much about cars as well."
While another weighed in: "I remember watching the OG top gear I never really watched the grand tour but i wished i did. Thank you Jeremy, James and Richard for making us simile and laugh for 21 years." (sic)
Amazon declined to provide an official comment when contacted by GB News. The Zimbabwe special will air next year while another special set in Mauritania will be released in early 2024.