With the demise of Top Gear USA, there’s a new American Top Gear coming later this year! This time, though, it’ll be called—wait for it, wait for it—Top Gear America, and will be hosted by actor William Fichtner, drag racer Antron Brown and auto journalist Tom “Wookie” Ford. Can this succeed where Top Gear USA didn’t?
Chris Harris is the co-host on the robooted Top Gear, on the follow up Extra Gear, and he also has his own web-only show The Drift on TopGear.com. Now he’s getting a fourth hosting gig on BBC America called, imaginatively, Chris Harris On Cars.
How much longer will you have to wait to see Clarkson, May and Hammond—sorry, habit!—I mean Evans, LeBlanc, Harris, Schmitz, Jordan and Reid? Just about two weeks and change.
The TV wizards at the BBC are about drop a new car show on the world, and it's just plain rare when they make it with Americans in mind. So that might go a long way towards explaining why were are so, so excited for Mud Sweat & Gears. And now, hosts Jonny Smith and Tom "Wookie" Ford are here to answer your questions.
With the original British version of Top Gear now being simulcast in the US, BBC America was faced with a bit of a dilemma. Namely, what should they broadcast immediately after it? They didn't have Top Gear USA; that's on the History Channel. So the answer is Mud, Sweat and Gears, a show about building stunt cars and…
If you're interested in the saddest father-son automaker story since Edsel Ford handed the family business over to Henry Ford II, dooming William Clay Ford to forever own the worst football team in existence, you may want to turn on BBC America at 7:00 PM EST. More details below.
Apparently folks across the pond are as enamored with our fearless leader as we are. The BBC's asked him to get in front of the camera for the second time today. Watch him tonight at 7PM EST on BBC America. He'll be talking about what everyone else is talking about — the not-so-Big Three's homework from Congress. For…
OMG! OMG! OMG! Top Gear's on twice on BBC America tonight! And it's the Corvette Z06 episode! Epic!
It looks like the world's highest production cost car show, Top Gear, is coming to America. BBC America that is. That's right — Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May won't just be stopping by to hoon around a bit like they did last time, instead it looks as though they'll be coming stateside to a local…