BBC has finally presented the entire team of the revamped Top Gear TV series.
As rumoured previously, racing driver Sabine Schmitz and YouTube star, Chris Harris has been confirmed as part of the lineup, along with F1 pundit Eddie Jordan and motoring journalist, Rory Reid. They crew is joined by Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc and of course, the super mysterious Stig.
Speaking of the reveal, Chris Harris said: “Top Gear is the thing that helped shape my life with cars, my perception of cars and my obsession with cars, and I’m raring to give it a go. I’m also quite gobby and happy to get into trouble. And if it all goes wrong, well, I can say I was once on Top Gear, and just head back to being that annoying small bloke off YouTube.”
When asked for his comments, The Stig said: “-.-. …. . .– .. . –..– / .– .–. .—-. .-. . / …. — — . .-.-.-“
Journalist, Rory Reid, was reportedly picked after BBC organized public auditions last year in the search for new co-hosts.
Top Gear returns in May.