Top Gear returns next month
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The show is making a return to British screens on March 5 this year.
However Top Gear's 2017 comeback has been met with huge backlash from fans - after the rebooted series, which featured a brand new line-up, received flat reviews last year.
Viewers took to Twitter on Tuesday to vent their frustration over the car series' return, with many claiming the show is 'over' and has no hope of success following the failed 2016 series, starring Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans.
The show was given a revamp in May last year, when host Jeremy Clarkson's contract was not renewed - causing his popular co-stars Richard Hammond and James May to quit.
Top Gear presenter Rory Reid. Picture/Suplied
Matt and Chris were then drafted in as the new front men, but the show suffered a huge drop in ratings - causing Evans, 50, to quit after one series.
However, the Friends actor is making a return to the 2017 edition of the show, alongside motoring journalists Chris Harris and Rory Reid - although many fans have been left questioning why it has been brought back at all.
One fan wrote angrily on Twitter: 'Top Gear is over!! #BBC needs to accept that!' while another questioned in agreement: 'How is this [show] still a thing?'
Meanwhile a third disappointed fan added bluntly: '@BBCTopGear is dead' before referring to the original hosting trio's new car show on Amazon Video: 'Grand Tour is killing it.'
Yet, many other fans expressed hope that the new version of the beloved car series will find its feet once again without Chris, who was met with negative reviews last series, as presenter.