This comes as officials continue the health and safety investigation into the hit BBC show.
The accident involving Flintoff happened at Dunsfold Park in December, leaving the presenter with broken ribs and facial injuries.
Top Gear remains off air as the investigation into Freddie Flintoff’s crash continues
Flintoff is said to have had an accident in an open three-wheeled Morgan Super 3 car, which rolled over and skidded along the track while traveling at high speed.
A formal one BBC The studios’ investigations found there was no evidence of serious failings by health and safety officers.
However, an independent third party review is currently underway Top equipment Production for BBC Studios.
However, production of the BBC show will not continue until the BBC sees results and puts any recommendations into practice.
This comes after the show’s editorial director, Clare Pizey, announced her resignation, causing uncertainty about the popular series.
There are concerns that other members of the creative team could follow suit if the production pause continues.
Insiders reveal there is a team in Bristol waiting to get back to work but may seek employment elsewhere if the show doesn’t go ahead.
In addition, a “core team” is currently preparing behind the scenes for a possible resumption of production, some of which has been assigned to other projects.
When the show eventually resumes, it is expected to place less emphasis on “daring stunts” and prioritize environmentally friendly filming locations across the British Isles.
https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/23767659.top-gear-stay-off-air-freddie-flintoff-crash-solved/?ref=rss Top Gear will remain off the air until Freddie Flintoff’s crash is resolved