Well, this could be interesting news for Top Gear fans.
A new report from the U.K.’s Telegraph says Chris Harris and race driver Sabine Schmitz could be joining Chris Evans as new hosts for the relaunch of BBC’s Top Gear.
Schmitz is from Germany and is an established TV host and professional racing driver for BMW and Porsche. Known as “Queen of the Ring,” she is very familiar with the infamous Nurburgring and would be the show’s first female host. Harris, who used to host Drive, write for Jalopnik and Evo, and host the Chris Harris on Cars YouTube channel, is well known for being an outspoken and sometimes controversial automotive journalist, which would make him a good replacement for the loud-mouthed Jeremy Clarkson. He is also a racing driver.
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Another report says that Formula One driver David Coulthard could join the show as a host.
The show suffered a setback yesterday when its executive producer quit months before the show’s relaunch.
It was originally thought that the new Top Gear would be ditching the three-host format, but this report throws a wrench into those rumours.
The new show is set to debut on May 8.