Richard Hammond Walked Away From A Fiery Crash

The Grand Tour team has been in Switzerland shooting Season 2. And Richard Hammond was behind the wheel of a Rimac Concept One, an electric supercar from Croatia, when something went wrong. The Rimac Concept One is a limited edition of just 8 electric hypercars, which are equipped with four electric motors for a combined output of 1224 horsepower and 1180 ft.-lb of torque. But luckily, Hammond had no serious injury, and was able to climb out of the wreck on his own, according to Road and Track.

The Grand Tour issued a statement saying that Richard Hammond was involved in a serious crash after completing the Hemburg Hill Climb in Switzerlan. Richard was conscious and talking, and climbed out of the car himself before the vehicle burst into flames. We’d like to thank the paramedics on sight for their swift response. The cause of the crash is unknown and is being investigated.

He was air lifted to a local hospital to be checked over revealing a fracture to his knee. Nobody else was in the car or involved in the accident. Thoughts go out to Richard Hammond for a quick recovery!

Starting at 9am this Sunday, in Xtreme Off Road Ian trail tests a Jeep JK before and after a round of upgrades.

Then this 1963 Chevy C10 is Katie’s featured ride on PowerNation. She’ll be joined by one of the builders on the project, Nick Roberts from Nichols Paint & Fab. The owners gave the team a truck in decent shape and after a yearlong build this is what they did. Everything has been handmade from the inner fenders to the unique front end that held four headlights and now has just two with Harley Day Markers. It’s got a 5.3 liter making about 400 horsepower. Plus Marc drops by to talk about the Power Stop Ultimate Mustang he and Tommy are creating with drift champion Vaughn Gittin, Jr. And this is a pony car you can enter to win on our website. It’s a full block so make sure you join us.