Matt LeBlanc will leave Top Gear after one more season hosting the British car show, reports the BBC, which also airs the series.

He was fairly well-received by viewers, but said the U.K.-based show was putting too much of a strain on his personal life.

LeBlanc told the BBC that Top Gear was “great fun,” but that the “time commitment and extensive travel … takes me away from my family and friends more than I’m comfortable with.” He added that “it’s unfortunate, but for these reasons I will not be continuing my involvement with the show.

Thanks for a great drive.”

LeBlanc joined Top Gear in 2016 as part of an ensemble of new hosts brought in to replace Jeremey Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May.

Clarkson was fired for punching a producer during an argument over catering, and Hammond and May left with him in order to keep their team together.

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