The Beeb have just released their official line up for the new Top Gear launching in May. And here they are in all their glory...
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From left to right, we have car reviewer Rory Reid (who was successful through the 'open auditions'), German racing driver Sabine Schmitz, Matt LeBlanc (no intro required), Chris Evans (ditto), petrolhead YouTuber and motoring journo Chris Harris, Formula 1's Eddie Jordan (founder and owner of Jordan Grand Prix and Dublin native), and - of course - The Stig.
Speaking of his new post, 67-year-old Eddie said: “I have such enormous respect for all my fellow presenters and I politely ask that they go easy on these old bones.”
YouTuber Harris added: "Top Gear is the thing that helped shape my life with cars, my perception of cars and my obsession with cars, and I’m raring to give it a go.I'm also quite gobby and happy to get into trouble. And if it all goes wrong, well, I can say I was once on Top Gear, and just head back to being that annoying small bloke off YouTube."
Sabine said: "I grew up next to the Nürburgring and have been racing for most of my life... the chance to combine both driving and filming was too good an opportunity to pass up."
Giving a nod to the audition process, Reid said: "When I submitted my 30-second audition tape, I knew the odds were very firmly against me. To be the only person to make it through the open audition process makes me immensely proud. I’ve been a Top Gear fan for decades, but more than that, I live and breathe cars in a way that is perfectly compatible with the show."
As for the other three, well, you know yerselves.
For further updates in the run up to the show's launch, keep a peeper on TopGear.com