‘You will be sorely missed!’ Chris Harris, the host of Top Gear, speaks out when a team member resigns.
Chris Harris of TOP GEAR has warned fans that the show’s magazine Editorial Director Charlie Turner will be “missed” after the latter announced his resignation today.
After 18 years as editor of Top Gear magazine, Charlie Turner announced his retirement on Twitter today. The editor stepped aside as he prepares to start his new job as Ferrari’s Chief Content Officer. On his social media profile, presenter Chris Harris, 46, was one of the first to respond to the news.
“Today is my last day at Top Gear,” Charlie wrote.
“It’s been an unbelievable trip, a great honor and a tremendous privilege.
“I appreciate your friendship and support over the last 18 years. May the path rise to meet you wherever your journey leads you.
“Thank you, Top Gear, and good luck, Ferrari!”
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Chris added, “You’ll be much-missed” in light of his 330,000 followers.
Others went to Charlie’s article to leave their thoughts.
“What a fantastic legacy it is,” one person wrote. As a ten-year-old, I recall picking up my first magazine, the July 2005 edition! (sic)
“I haven’t missed a single one since! “Wishing you the best of luck at Ferrari!”
“What a legacy,” a third added. Best wishes for your upcoming great venture. “Be careful.”
“Well done Charlie – and what a tenure it’s been,” wrote a third. You should be quite proud of yourself… Let’s go on to the next step!”
Chris replaced Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May on Top Gear in 2016, as part of a new lineup.
He co-hosted the show with Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid at first, before being replaced by Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff.
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Chris explained why he dislikes watching the show return ahead of the new season.
When asked if they watch the episodes with their families, he responded, “It’s tricky.”
“My youngest son is ten, and I watch it with him on occasion.
“However, the others… There’s a dreadful self-consciousness about watching television, where you can’t take hearing yourself speak.”
“It sounds bad, but I’m quite proud of what we do, and I’ll watch their films,” he told Screen Rant.
“I’ll keep an eye on them.” Brinkwire Summary News