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The original Top Gear may have hit the skids without Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May at the wheel, but BBC America has no intention of giving up on the beloved franchise. 

The network just greenlit eight episodes of Top Gear America, a U.S.-based spinoff featuring three new presenters: racing enthusiast and veteran film and television actor William Fichtner, British automotive journalist Tom “Wookie” Ford, and world champion drag racer Antron Brown.

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William Fichtner, Tom “Wookie” Ford and Antron Brown.

Image: bbc america

The original series — now hosted by Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid — is currently airing Season 24 on BBC America, but has thus far failed to spark with critics or viewers, while Clarkson, Hammond and May have taken their schtick over to Amazon’s The Grand Tour (which hasn’t fared much better with reviewers). Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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