Confirmed by host Tiff Needell, and it seems Jason Plato is back, too.
We have no idea who is going to replace him.
The last episode of the latest BBC Top Gear season was just shown in the UK. If that makes you sad, there's another reason to feel wistful: as has been reported for over a decade now, the Dunsfold Aerodrome runway and Top Gear test tack will eventually be replaced by housing. Last week the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government personally greenlit the project.
Today in silly automotive stunts comes news that there's a new world record for fastest modified farm tractor. It comes courtesy of the folks on BBC's "Top Gear"; the actual show airs Sunday on BBC 2.
Richard Hammond had his own clever response to the jab from Rimac.
There's even a glimpse of The Stig.
In the end, there wasn't much left of the Alpine.
Imagine trying to outrun Block in a 4x4 off-roader.
How will the show replace him?
The trio goes off-road.
Applicants must be entertaining, engaging and willing to pause before delivering the final word.
Hey look, it's Magnus Walker on Top Gear America in a Porsche in downtown Los Angeles.
This week's episode is all about movie cars.
William Fichtner says it's "the American incarnate."
Other vehicles include a tank and a McLaren 720S.