The trio launched the Amazon Prime series in 2016, after parting ways with Top Gear.
The Grand Tour presenter admitted he'd been "saddened" by the news.
Top Gear ceased production on its upcoming series following the accident in December 2022.
“I wouldn’t have written that," the Grand Tour presenter said, revealing he does not share is co-star's views.
The presenter was in an accident while shooting a challenge for the Amazon Prime Video show.
The controversial former Top Gear star recently accused Greta of "killing" the car show, but his co-presenter doesn't agree.
He and co-presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May have sparked controversy on a number of occasions with their remarks.
"Many gay people said they couldn’t see a problem. None of my leftie friends could either."
"How DARE you, you obtuse, bigoted immature babies of men."
He's pledged to donate £10K to charity if anyone finds anything sexist he's "ever uttered on TV".