There's no shortage of both haters and lovers of America's version of Top Gear. Where you stand depends as much on your sense of humor as it does your love of cars, but whichever side you're on, you'll get to experience a third season of the show.
The return of Top Gear USA for season three was confirmed by Adam Ferrara last night via Twitter
. Ferrara was at the A&E Networks 2012 Upfront (A&E Networks is the parent company of the History Channel, home to Top Gear USA) with co-host Rutledge Wood to announce the show's return.
While we're largely (still) on the fence about Top Gear USA, we admit it has had its moments--both good and bad--and perhaps that's what matters. Whether we agree or not, whether we always like it or not, it's a show about cars, and there are few enough of those to begin with, though Seinfeld's potential addition to the fold
has us looking forward to what might be possible with some real comedic genius in the mix.