It’s pretty obvious that the BBC understands what it lost with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. The revamped Top Gear could only hold onto Chris Evans for six episodes and with the signing for Chris Harris for BBC America, is there room for more?
The BBC certainly thinks so and they just announced that they are bringing on board the main baker in charge, Paul Hollywood.
It looks like Hollywood is going to host a new motoring show that travels to other countries to understand their car culture. Don’t ask me why, but the first thought that ran across my head was the scene from Tokyo Drift:
Most likely, he’ll probably visit cars and coffee type meet-ups all over the world, specializing in super cars like the Running of the Bulls in Australia:
What have you thought of the latest efforts of the BBC to replace the trio of Clarkson, Hammond and May?
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