Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May might have cut ties with Top Gear, but 55 year-old Jeremy has promised Australian crowds the boys will return to the small screen.
'There will be a car show on the Internet or in your house,' the former host promised the audience.
The trio kicked off their newly named Clarkson, Hammond & May Live Australian tour earlier this month, delighting 14,000 fans with their British humour and swish cars.
And during the show, the former BBC stars, who had to to strip all Top Gear branding from their live show after being sacked by the network in March, played up to the whole media saga, making jokes about how they can't talk about 'that time' for legal reasons. In an indication that the TV co-hosts of 12 years are in fact set to make a return to the small screen, the group appeared in a pre-taped video "pretending" to be TV presenters of a new car show.
After playing a clip of themselves making mistakes on screen- looking at the wrong camera, and mispronouncing 'Porsche 911'- Clarkson joked that he is 'too shy for television"
'Maybe you're better suited at being the producer...or a diplomat,' May replied.
'Welcome, to what for legal reasons is now called Clarkson, Hammond and May Live,' Clarkson said after entering the arena on a hovercraft.
'For legal reasons, nothing we have ever done together has ever happened,' he joked dryly, adding: 'Our lawyers tell us that, for legal reasons, we have never met.'
As the show went on, Clarkson appeared to have the most fun when he was on two wheels, pumping his hand up in the air as he rode a motorbike wearing a comical red helmet.