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There’s hope for the next season of Top Gear
Top Gear returns to BBC Knowledge next month with hosts Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid.
What can you expect from the new series? The newly released trailer features a tuxedoed LeBlanc in the Aston Martin DB11 being cornered by police in Montenegro; Harris drifting the new Ferrari FXX K in Daytona; Reid crashing his Taxi in Kazakhstan; and LeBlanc and his Russian-built Avtoros Shaman coming to the rescue of a group of naked ramblers on the Isle of Man.
Monday 13 March at 8.30pm on BBC Knowledge.
Not the same as a live simulcast, but a couple of days later is better than sometime later in the year.
Hopefully it will get back on track this season.
“We’ve got big, ambitious films,” series editor Alex Renton tells Variety, reeling off a list of locations where season 24 was shot, including Kazakhstan, Montenegro, Monte Carlo, Cuba and Dubai. “We’ve had more time to prep than we did last [season],” he adds. “It’s big – the ambition is there.”
The Grand Tour is going to sue, that’s trademarked by Richards Hammond
PUT THE PEDAL TO THE METAL
AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28,
AT 7.30PM ON 9GO! AND 9NOW
Express from the UK, the world’s biggest motoring show, Top Gear, is back with all-new, high-octane action and adventure, premiering Wednesday, February 28, exclusively in Australia on 9GO!
In the Australian premiere, join hosts Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid as they trek across the world, from Japan, the USA, Portugal and Italy, with appearances from German race ace Sabine Schmitz, F1 mogul Eddie Jordan, and the international man of mystery himself, The Stig.
Not just a car show, Top Gear, now bigger and better than ever, is about friendship and adventure, so come along for the ride as the boys let you travel the world from the comfort of your own home, showcasing incredible cars and some not-so-desirable vehicles.
Watch the team as they try building the world’s fastest tractor, race up a mountain in Japan carrying giant Sumo wrestlers as cargo, put their foot down through America’s Wild West in shiny new V8 sports cars, attempt to land a NASA research plane, and much more.
This season, expect state-of-the-art supercars, celebrity guests, and a healthy disrespect for presenter safety with plenty of destruction and fiery explosions, as the team tackle the big issues in motoring.
PREMIERES WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, AT 7.30PM ON 9GO! AND 9NOW
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I think I watched about half of the previous season