Chris Evans, left, standing with "The Stig" in Cannes, France, Oct. 6, 2015.
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"Top Gear" host Chris Evans announced Monday that he's quitting the BBC's flagship car show after just one season. "Stepping down from Top Gear," Evans, 50, who also hosts a popular BBC radio breakfast show, told his 2.31 million Twitter followers.The adrenaline-fueled car show has struggled to draw a big audience since it was relaunched in May, hosted by Evans and former "Friends" star Matt LeBlanc.The revamped show attracted just 1.9 million viewers to its season finale Sunday, down from 5.8 million viewers when outspoken trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May were at the helm.
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