Listeners to the Chris Evans breakfast show have suggested that the outgoing presenters of Top Gear could start a new 'star in a reasonably priced car' leaderboard when the DJ takes over.
Evans, who was announced as the new Top Gear host yesterday, invited his listeners to call in to give him some tips on what he should do with the show.
Evans said: "If you were in charge of a really well-known successful car programme, what might you do with it in the future? Let's start work here and now, people."
When one listener suggested he invite Clarkson to take part in the popular segment 'star in a reasonably priced car', Evans eagerly agreed.
That's a good idea. What about all three of them in the reasonably priced car?
They go up against each other and they start a brand new leaderboard.
Jeremy Clarkson has claimed he was offered a return to Top Gear but had to turn it down as "too much has gone on" since he left the show.
Chris Evans said anyone from around the world was welcome to apply as long as they knew about cars.
Chris Evans has signed a three-year deal to be the new host of Top Gear, the BBC has said.