Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid may not be in Top Gear anymore, but their memory remains. The show Top Gear is all set to return for 27th Season this year with two new additions as hosts. Replacing Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid will be comic Paddy McGuinness and retired cricket player Andrew Flintoff. They will join automotive journalist Chris Harris for the 27th run of Top Gear.
We had the fortune of looking at the brand new trailer released by BBC, here take a look:
Frankly, it doesn’t matter who helms Top Gear because there’s so much on the show. A ton of vehicular shenanigans on display for Season 27, that you may have just seen in the trailer. Your eye may have caught Jaguar hearse, getting just a little too sideways. Harris seems trying his hands on Mario Andretti’s 1978 F1 championship-winning Lotus 79. So who really cares about Matt LeBlanc anymore?
I mean, it is difficult to argue that the ghosts of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May still look large on the show, but the show must go on. LeBlanc and Reid, on the other hand, will still host the web-only Extra Gear.
For Season 27 of Top Gear, we do not have ayet, but reports suggest that the show is highly likely to premiere sometime this summer.