Top Gear UK Season 30: Release Date, Spoiler, and Preview – Info

UK’s “Top Gear”, a British automotive magazine and factual TV program is back with its 30th season and will soon be airing its first episode. Created by Andy William and Jeremy Clarkson, the series premiered on the BBC on October 20, 2002. The program has been hosted by several artists since its premiere in 2002. The program has received good reviews from people as well as critics. In fact, the average score is 67% on Rotten Tomatoes. Now, the series is quite popular and has released a new season every year since its debut. As a result, the series has completed 29 seasons and will premiere soon with its 30th season. In any case, let’s look at everything we need to know about the upcoming season of the automotive magazine program.

“Top Gear” UK is a British automotive magazine and factual television program broadcast on the BBC. Created by Andy Wilman and Jeremy Clarkson, the series is a relaunch version of the original show of the same name released in 1977. The show focuses on the inspection and inspection of motor vehicles, mostly cars. Richard Porter, Paul Kerensa are the show writers while Brian Klein, Mark McQueen are directors. Aurora Mulligan, Clare Pizey and Andy Wilman are the executive producers of the show with BBC Studios and BBC Productions as the sole distributors. The show has been presented by many actors and TV presenters to date. However, this time, the trio of Andrew Flintoff, Chris Harris, and Paddy McGuinness will return to cheer everyone on. So, let’s take a deeper look at UK Season 30 “Top Gear” hosts.

"Upper Gear" UK Season 30 Release Date And Everything You Need To Know

Footage from the season finale which is Season 29 Episode 5 of UK’s “Top Gear”.


Chris Harris: Chris Harris is a British TV presenter, automotive journalist and racer. In addition, he has even worked as a writer, reviewer and editor for several automotive magazines such as ‘Evo’, ‘Jalopnik’, and ‘Autocar’. He has also been a part of shows such as “Chris Harris on Cars”, “Extra Gear”, and “/ Drive on NBCSN”.

Andrew Flintoff: Freddie Flintoff is a former British international cricket, television and radio show host. He is best known for being a part of shows or series such as “Flintoff: From Lord’s to the Ring”, “Freddie Down Under”, and “Love, Lies, and Records”.

Paddy McGuinness: Paddy McGuinness is a British television presenter, comedian and actor. She has been a part of several shows and serials in her career. Some of his best works include “Phoenix Nights”, “The Keith Lemon Sketch Show”, and “Celebrity Juice”.

"Upper Gear" UK Season 30 Release Date And Everything You Need To Know

A still of host for Season 30 of UK’s “Top Gear”.

What to expect from Top Gear UK Season 30?

The 30th season of England’s “Top Gear” is set to be especially exciting with the three hosts back together for an exciting new season. In this season, we will see four episodes of the three of them on our screens. So, in those 4 episodes, the show makers had a lot planned for us. In the episode, there will be an off-road special featuring a new Land Rover Defender and jumping G-Wagens. In addition, they will be towed behind the vehicle at breakneck speed. Apart from all that, the James Bond movie cars will be shown in one episode. Finally, there will also be reviews on cars such as the Lamborghini Sian, Toyota GR Yaris and Ferrari Roma. The BBC has released a trailer for the series on their official YouTube channel. You can click to watch it below.

Top Gear UK Release Date Season 30

Season 30 of the UK’s “Top Gear” will return to our screens which will air on the 14thth March 2021 which is Sunday at 8pm GMT on the BBC. You can tune in to the BBC to watch the show at certain times. However, if you can’t watch the premiere at the set time, you can stream later as well BBC official website. So brace yourself when your favorite automotive-based factual TV series returns with an amazing season. Until then, let us know in the comments section how excited you are about the return of the series. Also, let us know what you would like to see in the next season of UK’s “Top Gear” which will begin filming soon.

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