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The BBC has decided to launch a new version of Top Gear to compete with the newly-launched motoring show Fifth Gear on Channel 5. This new series has seen the departure of Tiff Needell, Vicky Butler-Henderson, and Jon Bentley. Despite their departure from Top Gear, the remaining members have agreed to continue the show. Here are some of the benefits of this new format. We have indexed a number of the maximum significant modifications below.
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