Top Gear, the popular motoring show, is facing axing after host Freddie Flintoff was seriously injured in a high-speed crash last December. The 45-year-old former England cricket captain was rushed to the hospital after the accident, which occurred at the Top Gear test track in Surrey. As a result of the incident, the BBC has announced that the show will be rested for the “foreseeable future.” In a statement to the PA news agency, the BBC expressed its commitment to Flintoff and his co-hosts Chris and Paddy, who have been central to the show’s success since 2019. Despite the hiatus, the BBC indicated that it is excited about new projects being developed. The future of Top Gear remains uncertain as the show faces the possibility of being taken off the air.
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