More at http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/top-gear-review-matt-le-blanc_uk_58bc4b60e4b0d2821b4ecfe7?zsix7oiqy4zog8pvi&‘Top Gear’ returned to our screens on Sunday night, and from the off, it was immediately clearly that the new team of Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid, has worked tirelessly to play to its strengths, previously overshadowed by former frontman Chris Evans.
This meant we had an hour of three blokes, who clearly love cars, get on with one another enormously well, but are in no rush to emulate the much-prized chemistry, often with an edge, that made ‘Top Gear’ with Clarkson and Co such compulsory viewing beyond the nation’s rev-heads.
The "red-headed dude" has been given the boot less than a week after the S23 Finale aired last year.So I've not seen the new Top Gear, mostly because the red-headed dude annoys me. Worth the watch, or should I just stick to TGT?
He does, bit later in the ep. I also thought that was a bit odd but ohwell. Still enjoyed ep.Buddy watching it now so I'm not sure, but does McAvoy actually set a time in the celeb car? Right now they just showed him spinning on some practice laps, then he's sitting there while they're mumbling on about unrelated stuff, then they cut to a cheap car challenge :wtf: