Media outlets are reporting that Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and Andy Wilman have all struck a deal with each other to safeguard their business interests in case they ever fall out.
The men all signed on the dotted line at the end of the rather thorough 46-page document, that details what they would do in the event of a fallout between them, which means they’d either have to set aside their differences or go their separate ways should there be any dispute in the future.
“Jeremy Clarkson is well known for having disagreements with people. It’s better that they have taken these steps at the outset so they can avoid things coming to blows later on,” an inside snitch told The Mirror.
The foursome have apparently worked a company called Chump Holdings, where fairness appears to be the name of the game, with each of them holding an equal share of the Chump. It was logged by the government business site Companies House on October 6th.
The contract was drawn up by law firm Olswang and all disputes would have to be agreed upon by the directors of the company.
While the ‘Chump Holdings’ name most likely has nothing to do with the actual name of the show, we can’t wait to see what these four chumps have planned!