Chris Harris, the head of the British Top Gear program, has been hit by a car accident. This was reported by BBC News.
The crash took place in Stockholm on 12 November in Wales. Harris turns black Porsche GT3 Touring and has fallen into the load-lifting machine.
Together with Harris, the car "Top Gear Wye Wally" (Wye Valley) was the leader. According to journalists, no one was injured in the accident, but both were harmed.
Harris and four lead members have joined Top Gear since 2016. The program was invited to the show after Jeremy Clarkson. The BBC has been dismissed for failing to beat one of its producers, but after Clarkson left her colleagues, Richard Hammond and James May.
Shortly after the first season with new network users, the show has changed slightly. In the view of the audience, the team could not convey the old Top Gear atmosphere.