We are all ready to witness the start of our favorite car show Top Gear. It has been publicly announced that Top Gear will air from 29th May. In honor of the new show a tall Big Stig of fiberglass is made to remind everyone that Top Gear will air soon. Earlier this week this tall and big statue was taken around the roads of London. This is a promotional stunt just to make sure that people don’t forget to watch their favorite show on TV. BBC’s Top Gear is one of the most watched shows all around the world. Their fans are waiting for the new show from a long time.
Big Stig Statue is thirty feet tall and it is indeed a symbol of racing driver. This statue was not an easy thing to make. It took the creators two months just to made this up, and the racing suite required hand washing which was really difficult considering the size. The entire lineup of earlier Top Gear has been replaced with new ones, but as they say with time things do change. This time the show will be hosted by Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc, Sabine Schimtz, Eddie Jordan, and Chris Harris.
We are just hoping that this time this crew can make Top Gear the favorite show again. Otherwise a Big Stig symbol will be a complete waste of time. If this series fails to impress the viewers then we can obviously wait for The Grand Tour that is being made by Amazon. This new series will premiere on the Amazon Prime.