The photo was taken as the ink on their new contract with Amazon was drying. A huge splash for the hosts and the crew that believed in them. They finally got the three cars everyone said was impossible to bring together for one show.
With a skeleton crew, filming for Amazon Prime's new motoring programme has begun. pic.twitter.com/8PaYvke5il
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) October 7, 2015
One month later, Chris Harris and his YouTube crew were at the same exact track, testing the same three hypercars, but before that happened, Chris Harris acknowledged the true car show gods with a tweet of his own.
At least Chris knows what’s about to come down on November 18th.
All kidding aside, one of the real tragic by-product of the whole Steak fracas was the career of Chris Harris. I really saw him as the person who was in the best position to pick up the torch once the guys decided to hang up their racing gloves.
I hope Chris steps up to the challenge, which in effect will make the boys step up their game as well. The real winner will be us, the fans, of these great hosts.
h/t: Reddit | swskeptic