When Jay Leno steps away from The Tonight Show next year, fans of Jimmy Fallon – and Conan O'Brien – will surely be happy, but it could be automotive enthusiasts who benefit the most. According to a blog posting at The Wall Street Journal, without his late-night talk show, Leno would be able to focus more of his efforts on automotive-related content including the Jay Leno's Garage webisodes.

Fallon will take the reins at The Tonight Show after the 2014 Winter Olympics next spring, which will be about the same time when the show moves from its current venue in Burbank, CA to its original home at 30 Rockefeller Center – NBC's headquarters. Furthering the hope of more car-related Leno appearances, after the announcement was made earlier in the week, the comedian was quoted by ABC News as saying: "If you need me, I'll be at the garage."

Sounds good to us.

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