Things Keeping Getting Worse For The New ‘Top Gear’


As if things could get even worse.

After hearing about the troubles that the new “Top Gear” production was facing, we thought it couldn’t get any worse. How things could continue to spiral downward after the show’s new lead presenter, Chris Evans, managed to crash a Jaguar on his first time around the test track is a true mystery to us. However, a recent report from UK’s Sun Motors says that Evans is having a hard time with driving and talking at the same time. We hate to be downers, but that’s the only thing that he really has to do.

Previous hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May would talk to a camera in the passenger seat, while driving the vehicles. Apparently, Evans is having a difficult time with talking to the camera while driving. Sources state that it takes Evans up to 10 attempts to perfect a single item. That’s not good. An unnamed source told The Sun that, “Chris is really struggling to master the art of driving and talking to a camera, which is crucial. It’s a skill. Jeremy, Richard and James could do it no problem, in one or two takes. Chris is in a massive sweat about it because he often ends up fluffing his lines.” Who knew driving and talking was that difficult? It looks like things are only getting worse for the new "Top Gear."

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