"Top Gear" Isn't Going To Win Any New Fans, Or Keep The Old Ones, With This New Video

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BBC has stooped to new lows.

There was international outrage when the beloved Jeremy Clarkson and his buddies, James May and Richard Hammond, departed "Top Gear." That is old news however, and BBC’s replacement, Chris Evans, is ready to take over. Will it be the same? No. Will we love it? Maybe. Will we watch it? Sure. Recently, BBC announced it would utilize crowdsourcing to increase the co-presenter candidate pool, and this new promotional video for the stunt makes us cringe.

BBC simply states that if you know your cars well enough and can make a video you might be qualified to host. No offense, but no viewer is qualified enough to to replace Hammond or May.

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