Late last year, the Top Gear presenter Freddie Flintoff He suffered a high-speed accident while filming the series, which forced him to be airlifted to hospital after sustaining facial injuries and broken ribs.
Now, three months later, the BBC announced that it will not continue filming the current season of the show and will launch a review of the show’s health and safety guidelines, and as to what this means for Top Gear, a spokesperson for the BBC made the following statement to Guardian:
“Dadas las circunstancias, creemos que sería inappropriado reanudar la realization de la temporada 34 de Top Gear en este momento. This year.”
While that means Top Gear is in the danger zone, given that the show has been plagued with countless mishaps and mishaps throughout its 21-year run, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to think that it will reappear in the future. However, with Flintoff having reason to sue the BBC over the incident, it’s questionable whether this will be the final nail in the driving show’s coffin.
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