After a dismal Season 23, the new rebooted Top Gear has been busy filming for their second season. Under the leadership of a new Top Gear trio, Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, and Rory Reid are seen in the latest trailer performing silly car antics, reminding everyone that they still have a show. The BBC have trimmed the fat by ousting one very annoying Chris Evans off the show and putting less emphasis on Eddie Jordan and Sabine Schmitz. These changes were in response to low ratings and the viewers’ desire for the BBC to bring back Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May, who now have their very own car program on Amazon Prime called The Grand Tour.
The short trailer displaying a test of a car’s straight line tracking ability shows that the three Top Gear presenters might have some semblance of chemistry, better than what we have seen so far in Top Gear’s season 23 episodes.