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Discussing the changes that have been made since he took over from the controversial trio of Clarkson, Hammond and May, Chris has insisted that the new series will feature far more experts, rather than just the presenting team, and will be more centred around cars.
He tells The Mirror: “The film we made up in the north of Britain over the last few days, I counted there are 36 other people, other than Matt and I, in those films on camera, so we’re going to be much more inclusive.
It’s clear that ‘Top Gear’ has been given quite the make-over ahead of its return to our screens, which was made evident when the six-strong presenting team was unveiled earlier this month, including former ‘Friends’ actor Matt LeBlanc, YouTuber Chris Harris and racing driver Sabine Schmitz.
‘Top Gear’ will return to the BBC on Sunday, 8 May, while the former presenting trio’s new effort will begin streaming on Amazon Prime at around the same time.