Top Gear Teases Series 25 With High-Speed Milk Run

The next season of Top Gear will rally towards our TV screens on February 25th, featuring loads of cars, stunts, drifts and quite a lot of track time.

As for the US audience, the new Top Gear series will premiere March 3 on BBC America.

Highlights will include the review of an old Citroen 2CV, a Camaro ZL1 1LE blasting around Willow Springs and a V8 supercar test between the Hennessey-tuned Mustang GT350R, Jaguar F-Type SVR and the McLaren 570GT, with Ken Block getting in on the action as well.

In this new teaser for Series 25, dubbed ‘The Milk Run’, the trio of Chris Harris, Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid set out to get some milk (the old fashioned way) while behind the wheel of three very special cars. Reid picked the massive 4×4² G-Wagen, LeBlanc chose the all-new 2018 Aston Martin Vantage, while Harris went with a Skoda Fabia R5.

It’s safe to expect many of humorous situations and conversations, after all, this is Top Gear, and entertainment has always been a primary objective.

Sadly, not all news has been positive concerning Series 25. Just days ago we learned about an incident involving Chris Harris, Eddie Jordan and an Alpine A110.

The two presenters were driving the French sports car in Monaco when all of a sudden, a technical issue forced them to pull over – which is when Harris noticed flames coming from beneath the car. Thankfully, both of them managed to get out safely before the car was completely destroyed by fire.

 

  • TrevP

    I honestly wish I cared.

  • Bo Hanan

    Much better than 3 old British ladies.

    • Eunos

      Why you always lying?

      • Bo Hanan

        Gurl Bye!

    • LeStori

      The three stooges are as pointless like a fart-in-a bottle at the politically correct BBC Top Gear.

  • robotlogic

    Really, a milk run?? Are you FN serious?? The BBC still doesn’t get it. I’ll help them out: 100% OF THE WRITERS, DIRECTORS AND EDITORS FOR TOP GEAR NEED TO BE TRUE CAR NUTS OR YOUR SHOW WILL CONTINUE TO SUCK OUT LOUD!

  • Shtekeris

    This looks cool. Professional and stuff. Grand Tour hosts are simply a bit too old to pull off crazy stunts and trips, so it’s a bit slow naturally. Looking forward to this.

  • Jay

    When will TopGear stop trying to emulate the glory days of the previous three hosts and just move on and focus on the cars instead of forced entertainment?

  • Knotmyrealname

    So contrived.

  • The trailer looks good, I hope we can get some TG revival.

  • Zed68

    Can’t wait!

  • Donal Maher

    Cool. Can’t wait.
    I find it funny people banging on about the scriting/acting etc.
    Have you actually wathced the GT guys trying to act? It’s painful.
    Both shows are struggling to appeal to both sets of fans, the car people, and the people who just want to be entertained.
    To be honest, I enjoyed last season’s Top Gear more than GT (brain crash etc.) and based on the GT episodes I’ve seen this year, I can’t see that changing.
    Top Gear is ahead by a nose.

  • fabri99

    I’m actually interested. I didn’t have great hopes for new Top Gear, but I would trust Chris Harris with my…car. So yeah, I’m confident Harris will make a great show out of revamped Top Gear.

  • Vassilis

    Still very awkward between them I see.

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