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In his 13 years at the helm of ‘Top Gear’, Jeremy rounded the track on a countless number of occasions, driving a whole variety of cars.
However, he revealed on his Twitter on Monday that he was about to do his last ever lap, and called on advice from his followers about which sports car he should do the honours in.
It was confirmed earlier this year that Jeremy will not be returning to ‘Top Gear’, following a violent bust-up with a producer, while filming on location.
His co-presenters, Richard Hammond and James May, confirmed shortly afterwards that they would also be stepping down from the show, while the BBC have since announced that Chris Evans would be taking the wheel (see what we did there?), when ‘Top Gear’ returns next year.
It’s not yet known who’ll be joining him on the presenting team, though he’s made it known he’d like to have a female co-host, and has also revealed that there will be open auditions for anyone who’s always fancied themselves as a ‘Top Gear’ presenter.
Chris recently told the official ‘Top Gear’ magazine that the presenting team was “nearly in place”, revealing the official announcement wasn’t far off.