The new show of the former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May could be called Gear Knobs, according to a new report.

Citing trademarks registered by a law firm closely associated with Clarkson, BuzzFeed says the new show, hosted by Amazon, could be named Gear Knobs. The registered trademark ensures this name can be used for the Top Gear successor and all kinds of merchandise products.

As a reminder, the trio will be back sometime next year when the new show, produced by Andy Wilman, will be aired worldwide through the Amazon Prime online service. Word on the street says Clarkson will be getting 10M GBP per year, while his colleagues will be paid 7.2M GBP a year each.

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