The BBC isn't looking to replace Chris Evans after his shock resignation as host of Top Gear.
Evans quit Top Gear this week after suffering weeks of abuse from viewers over his loud-mouthed presenting style, as well as falling ratings.
Stepping down from Top Gear. Gave it my best shot but sometimes that's not enough. The team are beyond brilliant, I wish them all the best.— Chris Evans (@achrisevans) July 4, 2016
But The BBC has reportedly confirmed it isn't looking to replace Evans in the Top Gear presenting line-up.
That leaves Evans' co-hosts Matt LeBlanc taking on a bigger role to fill in the gap, along with The Stig and regular guest hosts Eddie Jordan, Chris Harris, Sabine Schmitz and Rory Reid, reports The Independent.
Evans' exit comes after weeks of falling ratings for the rebooted show, which saw him replace formers host Jeremy Clarkson.
Evans has also been criticised for his over-the-top antics on the show, which involves plenty of shouting.
Full steam ahead then with Radio 2, CarFest, Children In Need, 500 Words and whatever else we can dream up in the future.— Chris Evans (@achrisevans) July 4, 2016
Filming of the show's second season is set to start in September.
Evans is also reportedly being investigated over a historic sex assault claim.