Who Are The New Top Gear Presenters?
With Clarkson, May and Hammond having already signed a deal with Amazon, the original trio are off and a new Top Gear series, complete with new presenters, has been reported to start as early as May 2016. As many already know, Chris Evans has been confirmed as the new presenter for the show for a short while now but there have also been new revelations this week. Lisa Clark. Top Gear’s executive producer, has left this week lasting only five months working for the TV show, and Script Editor Tom Ford has been confirmed as not renewing his contract. But enough about those who aren’t staying, let’s meet the ones who we’ll soon be seeing on our screens…
Most famous for being “Queen of The Ring”. The Nurburgring taxi driver that beat Jeremy Clarkson around the track when she completed the German circuit in under ten minutes with a Ford Transit – with a 0-60mph of 21 seconds! A worthy Top Gear presenter we’re sure you’ll agree.
You may not have heard of Chris before but he is an automotive journalist for magazines that you will have, including: Evo, Autocar and online-magazine Jalopnik. He has also presented a number of TV series in the past as well as having his own YouTube channel.
We assume you already know who “DC” is. Being a retired F1 driver for McLaren he makes an ideal role model for future generations. Coulthard was karting since he was 11 years old, netting 13 wins from 62 podiums.