The Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond addresses James Might’s automobile crash

Richard (left) addressed James’ (proper) accident (Image; Getty)

The Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond expressed his shock over James Might’s ‘limbs’ nonetheless being intact after his high-speed crash took a horrifying flip whereas filming.

Earlier this month, the TV presenter was believed to be participating in a harmful drag-style race when the accident occurred.

It was reported that James, Richard, and Jeremy Clarkson took turns to rally vehicles alongside a tunnel in the direction of a rock wall whereas participating within the problem at a Norwegian naval base. 

Nevertheless, James hit his brakes too late, whereas driving at 75mph, and crashed into the wall.

After the ordeal, it was reported that the 59-year-old was given the all-clear, however was taken to hospital for a mind scan, in addition to a damaged rib.

Addressing the accident, Grand Tour co-star Richard branded the second as a ‘singular lack of judgment on James’s half.’

Richard spent two weeks in a coma in 2006 after his automobile flipped over (Image: David Fisher/REX)
James was hospitalised after the accident (Image: Getty)

‘He’s form of held along with bits of cotton and sponge. So it was a hell of an affect. It’s fairly ­dramatic,’ he added to The Solar.

‘And I used to be shocked that every one his limbs didn’t simply fall off.’

James not too long ago reassured followers that he was ‘completely OK’ following the incident.

‘Thanks for all of your variety feedback and humorous jokes re my crash, however it was some time again, not that unhealthy, and I’m completely OK,’ he mentioned.

He then added: ‘Apologies to Evo followers for binning the VIII. #Bell**d.’

In 2006, Richard – who co-hosted BBC Two’s High Gear from 2002 to 2015, alongside Clarkson and Might – spent two weeks in a coma and sustained life altering mind accidents following a catastrophic automobile crash.

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The close to deadly accident occurred whereas filming an episode of High Gear on the RAF Elvington airfield close to York.

He was driving at 317mph in a Vampire dragster – a jet-powered automobile that may attain as much as 370mph – when the entrance tyre of the automobile unexpectedly failed. This triggered the automobile to violently flip and roll.

Reflecting on his horrific incident, Richard revealed that he discovered it ‘very flattering that he [James] would think about that stage of impersonation, however I’ll let him have that.’

The trio final thrilled followers with their Carnage a Trois – the second of their lockdown specials which launched in December 2021.

And now followers will see them head to the icy waters of the Scandinavian Arctic Circle. 

A synopsis from the community reads: ‘The boys are lastly again.

‘Strap yourselves in for a wild trip by way of Scandinavia with Clarkson, Hammond and Might, as they take their favorite rally vehicles for a chilly grand tour by way of “Europe’s final nice wilderness.”’

Metro.co.uk has reached out to James Might’s reps for remark.

The Grand Tour presents: A Scandi Flick launches on Prime Video on sixteenth September 2022. 

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