The first proper look at the next series of Top Gear sees star presenter Matt LeBlanc rescuing a group of naked ramblers on the Isle of Man.
The new 90-second trailer, which aired just before Let it Shine on Saturday night on BBC1, also features LeBlanc and fellow presenters Chris Harris and Rory Reid enduring an awkward BBC car insurance interview with a strict risk assessor.
LeBlanc tells the interviewer that there will be “no fire” on the second series of the rebooted show before The Stig emerges with a small flame burning his sleeve.
It is also interwoven with clips from the new series including a moment when Reid is seen crashing his taxi in Kazakhstan and Harris drives a Ferrari FXX K in Daytona, Florida.
The new series will, of course, also be without Chris Evans who quit the show after one series, saying he gave it his best shot but that his efforts were “not enough”.
This left the show’s producers in a race against time to make new episodes of the rebooted show.
As RadioTimes.com revealed last year, the BBC motoring programme initially committed to making up to 18 episodes in its first year, including two Christmas specials. So far only six have been shot and broadcast.
Ben has worked as a professional journalist specialising in TV and the arts for nearly twenty years. After a two year stint on local newspapers in the mid 1990s, he spent more than 5 years as the broadcast reporter at the Stage newspaper. Following that he enjoyed staff reporting positions at the Sunday Mirror and the Sunday Times breaking stories and writing features before settling as a full time freelance writing for an array of newspapers and magazines - but mainly for the Guardian, Evening Standard, Broadcast, Independent and the New Statesman where he wrote a column.