The former Top Gear presenters are bringing their new worldwide tour to the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield next month.
And we have a pair of tickets to give away for the show at 12.30pm on Sunday, 7th June.
Clarkson, Hammond & May Live promises to electrify audiences with incredible stunts in a high-octane arena show only for 2015.
Fans of Jeremy, Richard and James will be able to enjoy an action packed 90-minute arena show with new, never before seen sequences, as well as all of the supercars, stunts, explosions, tyre smoke and irreverent humour you’d expect from the three biggest car presenters on the planet.
Other highlights include the world’s largest ‘Cage of Death’, where seven motorcyclists use centrifugal force to circle the inside of a giant globe and a spectacular driving sequence featuring two custom built BMW M3s covered in over 600 metres of LED – a collaboration with LED performance company, Feeding the Fish.
Creative director Rowland French said: “The three presenters have been working incredibly hard to make sure it’s better than ever before, and I’m certainly looking forward to seeing them back doing what they do best.”
The tour is at the Motorpoint Arena from 5th to 7th June.
Tickets are £38.50, £49.50 & £60.50 (including booking fee) when purchased through the Arena ticket hotline on 0114 2565656 or online at www.motorpointarenasheffield.co.ukk
Tickets are £36.75, £47.25 & £57.75 (including booking fee) when purchased in person from the venue box office.
For show times, call the Arena Box Office or visit the website.
However, we have a pair of tickets to give away to the lucky reader who can answer this simple question:
Which TV show did Jeremy Clarkson used to present? a) Top Gear, b) Bottom Gear or c) Low Gear?
Send your answer, together with your name, address and daytime contact number to Clarkson, Hammond & May competition, Worksop Guardian, 21-27 Ryton Street, Worksop, Notts, S80 2AY.
Alternatively, email your answer to: [email protected]
The closing date for entries is Thursday, 21st May and normal competition rules apply.