Top Gear reunited for Clarkson, Hammond and May Live tour
Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are working on a re-branded 'Top Gear' show.
Jeremy Clarkson has reunited with James May and Richard Hammond to film for their 'Clarkson, Hammond & May Live' tour.
The 55-year-old presenter - who was axed from 'Top Gear' last month after attacking a producer - was spotted getting back to work with his former colleagues in Hampshire earlier this week.
The trio - who are said to have considered setting up their own band - were forced to rebrand their 'Top Gear Live' tour after Jeremy was sacked.
And James and Richard have since hinted they will not return to the BBC motoring show now that Clarkson's fate has been sealed.
However, Radio 2 presenter Chris Evans has sparked rumours the trio are now working on a new "secret" project after claiming they met with Brand Events, the company behind 'Top Gear Live', at Goodwood Motor Circuit, which a spokesman has since denied.
Meanwhile, a number of celebrity names - including Philip Glenister, Will Mellor and Jodie Kidd - are still in the running to take over from Clarkson when the show returns.