Season 27 of Top Gear will see yet another reboot of the British TV program with new hosts as the BBC tries to reclaim the ‘pull’ the program once had.
The BBC has announced another line-up change for Top Gear with Paddy McGuiness and Freddie Flintoff joining Chris Harris for Series 27 in 2019.
Some say he’s made of Lego… oh, wait, he is… Lego has imagined the Stig as a Disney Pixar Cars character alongside Lightning McQueen.
Announced last year, there’s a new trio in control of Top Gear USA and it’ll be a return to the tried and tested format of the UK show from next week.
We get Top Gear’s Chris Harris on the phone to talk about cars, his motoring heroes, and why he wants a Chevrolet Camaro Z28
Top Gear’s The Stig has set a world speed record by driving a modified dodgem car at more than 160km/h…
Different is not necessarily bad… and I reckon the new Season 24 of Top Gear is good.
Forget the back-story and the atrocious return to the screen last year, there’s a new Top Gear on TV, but I’m not so sure it should be.
An extended trailer for Season 24 of Top Gear has hit You Tube offering a glimpse at what we can expect…
Top Gear might have limped on without them, but car fans the world over have been holding their breath for Clarkson, Hammond and May to return in the Grand Tour.
The BBC has confirmed that US actor Matt LeBlanc will front the next season of Top Gear supported by Rory Reid and Chris Harris.
In news that is not unexpected and will delight the show’s many fans, Chris Evans has officially stepped down from Top Gear.
Rory Reid is the least known presenter on the new series of Top Gear which returns to TV later this month, but we’ve got a Q&A with him…
After months of hype, and not all of it good, the new Top Gear series, minus Jeremy Clarkson and Co, has been teased in a new trailer.
Jeremy, James and Richard are gone, and we have four replacements for the new Top Gear, Or is that two?