Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid are confirmed for Top Gear in 2017

Matt LeBlanc Top GearThe first season of Top Gear without the trio skull has been a roller coaster. We saw as the main presenter, Chris Evans, left the program with some controversy. Now the BBC reveals some important news of face to the next year 2017. The main one is that Matt LeBlanc, the popular american actor, has been renewed for a two seasons. Some of his current colleagues will accompany you.

The journalists of the motor, Chris Harris and Rory Reid, who made appearances in a few chapters, will now be in the program full-time. With the collaborations will continue to the professional pilot, Sabine Schmitz, and the owner of the old team Jordan Formula 1, Eddie Jordan. As expected, the character most mythical of the program will also continue, The Stig also will miss the upcoming seasons.

Chris Harris Top GearAlthough the current season of Top Gear has been seen by many less viewers, the BBC does not lose the hope with the program. This year has served to lay a foundation and critics have spoken well of the presenters that have been renewed. You must also take into account the strong competition that has gone out with The Grand Tour Clarkson, Hammond and May; a program that will be released the next November 18.

The director of the british network, Mark Linsey, states that “Matt was very popular among the spectators in the last season of Top Gear with their humour, warmth and passion for cars and the show, so I could not be more delighted that you have agreed to stay and do more for us.” Still no date for the the season premiere, 24, but are known to begin filming this month.

Source – BBC