‘Top Gear’ will be getting its own sister show named ‘Extra Gear’ when it returns to our screens next month, the BBC has announced. The show will be available to watch on online-only channel BBC Three, the moment BBC Two’s ‘Top Gear’ episode has finished.

Top Gear teamRory Reid will host ‘Top Gear’ spin-off ‘Extra Gear’.

The show will be presented by Roy Reid, who earlier this year was unveiled as one of the seven-strong team who will be hosting the new ‘Top Gear.’ "'Extra Gear' is hugely exciting," Reid said of his new role.

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"The 'Top Gear' fans are some of the keenest in the world and with this show I'm giving them a chance to really get a peek behind the curtain."

"I'm looking forward to showing them how the show is made and what goes on behind the scenes, giving viewers a different perspective on some of the coolest cars on the planet.”

Damian Kavanagh, Controller BBC Three, added: “'Top Gear' has always been a favourite with BBC Three fans so I’m delighted we can give them something new and innovative from BBC Three. BBC Three will allow fans to get closer to the 'Top Gear' action and feel part of the show.”

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‘Top Gear’ is set to return to our screens in May, with Chris Evans and ‘Friends’ star Matt LeBlanc heading up a presenting team which also includes Reid, Sabine Schmitz, Chris Harris, Eddie Jordan and The Stig.