Chris Harris (Chris Harris), chief executive of the UK's Top Gear program, went through an accident while working on a material magazine. It is reported by BBC News.
An accident occurred on November 12th in Monmouthshire District, Wales. Harry drove with the black Porsche GT3 Touring when he fell to the pickup that turned.
Together with Harry's car, the top magazine magazine Top Gear Wye Wally (Wye Valley) was run. According to journalists, nobody injured in the accident, but both vehicles were seriously damaged.
Harris and four other executives have been Top Gear since 2016. They were invited to the show after leaving Jeremy Clarkson. The BBC Corporation has been relieving him of a blow to one of the producers, but after Clarkson, his co-chairmen Richard Hammond and James May left.
Shortly after the first season's release, the new leading network users noted that the exhibition has changed to the worst. According to the audience, the team failed to transfer the old "Top Gear" atmosphere.