Top Gear hosts compare Toyota and BMW partnership to Charles Dickens and Emily Brontë writing a book together.
Harris described the Rolls-Royce, saying, “It is, to use a technical, automotive term, utterly hideous to look at.”
Matt LeBlanc, former star of 1990s U.S. hit comedy “Friends”, said on Thursday he will step down as co-host of the BBC motoring programme “Top Gear” after the next series. The American actor, who achieved global fame as Joey Tribbiani in the NBC sitcom, was the first non-British host of the show when he started in 2016. The BBC said Le Blanc, 50, was finding the travel demands of the show too taxing.
Matt LeBlanc has said in the past that he would like to retire in his 50s. When asked about that, the actor said, “I would like to retire earlier than later because I think I would like to do not a f***ing thing.”
Top Gear America invited actor Haley Joel Osment to drive a timed lap around their race track in a manual transmission car. But like many former child actors, he had trouble shifting gears later in his career.
"Top Gear America" host William Fichtner took the rough out of roughing it when he rented a 2017 XV-LTS by EarthRoamer for some camping.
On the Top Gear season finale the, Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid decided to perform vehicle reassignment surgery on the much maligned SsangYong Rodius, by turning it into a boat.
Top Gear hosts Rory Reid and Chris Harris threw on their guayaberas and headed to Cuba to create the first Cuba Grand Prix held in 57 years.
Matt LeBlanc is one lucky guy. The Top Gear host is not only wealthy and successful, he also got to be the first person to test-drive and review the brand-new 2017 Ford GT supercar.
"Top Gear" is known as one of the most innovative car-enthusiast shows in the world. See Rory Reid review the Renault Twingo on a giant Pac-Man style track.
On “Top Gear,” host Rory Reid was joined by driver Sabine Schmitz to see how the new Volkswagen GTI Clubsport S compares with other sports cars on the Nürburgring racetrack.
Chris Harris said he could slide a Alfa Romeo Giulia anywhere on a previous episode of Top Gear, and this week Rory Reid dared him to prove it. Technically, Chris was right, he could the car anywhere — he never said he wouldn’t damage the car while doing it. Rory challenged Chris to slide the Giulia through a Giulia-shaped hole in a giant gray wall.
Season 24 of Top Gear premiered in the U.S., and there were some noticeable changes since last year’s massive overhaul. The show now has 100 percent less Chris Evans. After last season’s tepid reception, producers parted ways with Evans and promoted Extra Gear hosts Rory Reid and Chris Harris to full-time hosts of Top Gear.
For the past four years, Game of Thrones has held the dubious honor of being the most illegally downloaded show on television. MUSO, a data analyst group that studies piracy, published a new report that reveals the opening three episodes of The Grand Tour’s first season have been downloaded nearly 19 million times. To put that in perspective according to MUSO’s 2015 report, Game Of Thrones’ Season Five finale was downloaded roughly 14.4 million times.
The original Top Gear trio is back — Richard Hammond, James May, and of course, the controversial Jeremy Clarkson. Exact streaming numbers are known only to Amazon, but the company announced that it had become the service’s most-watched series ever. The Grand Tour‘s audience is already global, with millions of viewers in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Austria, and Japan.
Top Gear alums Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May took a break from filming their new show, The Grand Tour, to join James Corden and The Late Late Show in the Mojave Desert for some good old fashioned dangerous fun.
Top Gear, the US version, was officially cancelled this week. Adam Ferrara, Rutledge Wood, and Tanner Foust travelled to the island of Cuba where they were the first Americans to legally race in over 50 years. In fact no one had done much legal racing in Cuba since it was outlawed in in 1962.
Kevin Hart got his motor running when he stopped by the UK’s Top Gear. The movie star and comedian showed off his car collection and did a timed lap around the show’s new rally track.
The new Chris Evans era of "Top Gear" is upon us as the premiere of the popular television series swept across the world. The show is now hosted by Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc.
While the ratings will most likely be kind to the premiere of the rebooted "Top Gear," Twitter was not. The vast majority of tweets about the show and its new hosts were negative.
BBC Top Gear's new host, Chris Evans, was blunt in discussing his compensation for working on the program, saying TV hosts “get paid too much money.”