Clarkson continues live tour with Hammond and May
Their Top Gear careers may be over, but Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are still entertaining motoring enthusiasts across the globe.
As part of their hugely successful self-titled tour, the trio took themselves to Johannesburg, South Africa for the latest performance on Sunday.
And their latest action-packed show - which took place at the city's TicketPro Dome - came as it was revealed that Jeremy, 55, had returned to the BBC to finish filming for Top Gear after he had been fired.
He was suspended by Tony Hall, the corporation's director general, after a 'fracas' with producer Oisin Tymon in March
Hall said at the time: 'There cannot be one rule for one and one rule for another dictated by either rank, or public relations and commercial considerations.'
But it was confirmed this week that the Top Gear presenter went back to the BBC earlier this month to record a voice-over to go with footage previously filmed for the popular motoring series before he was axed in March.
is understood the unfinished material, which would have been spread across two episodes, will be packaged together into a one-off special to be shown in the next few weeks.
It meant that the presenter had to be called away from his 'gardening leave' in order to work towards the series' conclusion.
A BBC spokeswoman confirmed: 'He has done the voice-over for Top Gear. He came in to the BBC the week before last.
'He didn't get paid to do it. Even though this happened after his contract was not renewed, it falls under his old contract. He is not banned from appearing on the BBC.'
The final Top Gear episode, which includes the three stars together for one last time, sees them become 'lifestyle leisure enthusiasts'.
Following Jeremy's departure from the global smash hit show earlier this year, Richard and James stood by him and parted from the show.
But they've been enjoying their time together as Clarkson, Hammond & May Live continues to enthral and delight car fans in venues across the UK and further beyond with their action-packed and typically humorous shows.
Sunday saw them repeat the routine that has so far been seen by thousands, involving daring stunts, supercars and, of course, the banter that made them one of British TV's most popular trios.
Clearly not afraid to make fun of himself, Jeremy was at one point seen sporting a pair of unflattering goggles, while in another segment he whizzed across the stadium floor in a hovercraft.
Top Gear is one of the world's most successful TV shows, and certainly one of the UK's biggest exports with 350million viewers.
Fans across the globe in 212 territories have been glued to their screens to watch the exploits of Clarkson, Hammond and May for years and, in 2013, it was revealed by the Guinness Book of Records that it was the most-watched factual show in the world.
So it's no surprise the car enthusiasts have prospered with their current live tour, which was changed from Top Gear Live to Clarkson, Hammond & May Live after the controversy earlier in 2015.
In one portion of the Johannesburg show, South African rugby union player Werner Kok sprinted across the floor next to one of the glamorous supercars as the ex-Top Gear presenters looked on.
The men will be performing dates in the city for two more nights, before moving on to Stavanger in Norway, followed by Perth and Sydney in Australia, Warsaw in Poland before wrapping up later this year in London.