Top Gear, the most popular auto show in the world, has announced the new presenter – Chris Evans, a known media personality in the UK, has been officially confirmed in this position.
Top Gear, the auto show with the biggest audience in the world, has a new presenter. BBC, the British TV post responsible for production and dissemination issue at today announced Chris Evans as the new presenter of the show. Evans is known in the UK for his passion for cars and worked before in radio and television. Producers of the show watched by over 350 million viewers have announced that filming will resume in the coming weeks and will reveal new information on the way.
Chris Evans said he was excited about his new job and promise to respect previous team work and continue to show format. Evans is an avid car collector and has a collection of Ferrari. The new presenter of Top Gear has signed a three-year contract with BBC2 and will shoot with Richard Hammond and James May, his two colleagues Jeremy Clarkson. The BBC offers two members refused to renew contracts and filming without their colleague, off the team after a scandal which started from hitting one of the producers of the show.
Clarkson’s replacement with Chris Evans was rumored by the British press in recent months, but the new presenter of Top Gear at the time denied rumors announcing this. In a twist of fate, Chris Evans was invited by Jeremy Clarkson on a Top Gear show and the two later joked about the possibility that the radio star to replace Clarkson as the presenter of the show.
via Top Gear