By Shirley Li
Updated February 11, 2016 at 01:20 PM EST
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Four more hosts have buckled up to join Top Gear, rounding out the car entertainment show’s lineup.

BBC America announced Thursday that Formula 1 heavyweight Eddie Jordan, German racing driver (and the show’s first female presenter in 15 years) Sabine Schmitz, and motoring journalists Chris Harris and Rory Reid (a find from the show’s public auditions last year) will join the previously unveiled hosts Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc when the series returns.

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The new team of hosts is expected to bring their shared automotive interests, along with unique tastes that cater to every Top Gear viewer. “We really do have a bit of everything for everyone,” Evans said in a statement. “A fellow lifelong petrolhead from the other side of the pond in Matt; a fearless speed-demon in the irrepressible and effervescent Sabine; the encyclopedic, funny and wonderfully colorful character that is EJ; Chris, one of the world’s top no-nonsense car reviewers; and Rory, who simply blew me away in his audition and fully deserves his place on the team.”

Top Gear returns in May to BBC Two and BBC America.

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