Top Gear returns this month with Paddy McGuinness, Chris Harris and Freddie Flintoff taking the 32nd series of the BBC show to Florida, USA. The car show that was made famous by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May, has had to remain within the UK for a couple of years due to the pandemic, but the presenters were delighted to start exploring other countries.
Freddie told Express.co.uk:
Harris continued, adding that the show needed a new “look and feel” after spending so much time confined to the country:
The series begins June 5th with all three presenters taking part in a touch of motorsport. Paddy, Chris, and Freddie now all have racing licenses, so this fits the bill nicely for the first episode as they explore motorsport in Florida.
They’ll race in dank-car drag racing, dabble in NASCAR styled racing, and take to swamp buggies as they begin their travels across the state in an RV. The series continues with the presenters training to become HGV drivers, and Flintoff will once again take on huge dangers as he attempts bob-sleighing. And of course, in true Top Gear style, there will be a £500 cheap car challenge.