Jeremy Clarkson, one of the former Top Gear hosts, has leaked out that the ex-Top Gear trio have started filming their new Amazon Prime show. It seems that the great showdown of hypercars LaFerrari, Porsche 918 and McLaren P1 is finally happening.

Early this year, Clarkson, together with his co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond, left BBC and reportedly signed a very high-priced offer to come up with yet another Top Gear-like program with the online streaming service.

On Wednesday, Oct. 7, Clarkson posted a tweet, stating that their new motoring program with Amazon Prime has already commenced. He even affixed a photo showing off the three of them standing before the show's "skeleton crew" along with, of course, the three stars of the show: the LaFerrari, Porsche 918 and McLaren P1.

Hammond then posted a similar photo, saying the band is back together.

May also made a post on Twitter, also hinting about their new show.

Interestingly, while the team was busy filming, Chris Harris, an auto journalist, tweeted a photo to Clarkson showing the McLaren doing a slide while being followed by the other two hypercars.

Harris then posted another tweet, suggesting he was not filming in the track in connection with the trio's new Amazon Prime show.

"For the avoidance of doubt, our film has nothing to do with a parcel delivery company. Well, we do use the Royal Mail occasionally," writes Harris.

The decision of Clarkson to move to Amazon came after the BBC refused to renew his contract after an alleged fight with one of his producers. Hammond and May then followed the footsteps of Clarkson.

While the name of the trio's new car show has yet to be revealed, it is rumored that this will debut late next year on Amazon Prime.

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