The roar of engines and the thrill of speed, once a constant companion to Jay Leno, have been silenced. The former late-night host, known for his love of all things automotive, has reportedly seen his beloved “Garage” show come to a screeching halt. The cause of this sudden cessation of the program? A string of accidents that have left the beloved comedian nursing a broken collarbone and cracked kneecaps, according to

It is a sad turn of events for a man who has spent a lifetime surrounded by the mechanized marvels of the world. Leno’s passion for cars is well-known, and his “Garage” show was a beloved staple for gearheads and car enthusiasts alike. But now, that joyride has come to an end, leaving a gaping hole in the hearts of those who have followed his journey.

For Jay Leno, the road ahead is uncertain. Will he be able to recover from his injuries and return to the world of cars and speed? Or will this be the end of an era, with the former late-night host forced to hang up his keys for good? Only time will tell, but for now, the need for speed has been put on pause, and the garage door has been closed.

Leno’s car series has allegedly been axed by CNBC after seven seasons. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news on Friday, citing a source. reached out to the network for comment.

Jay Leno’s Garage featured a slew of vintage hot rods, which Leno and his celebrity friends like Kelly Clarkson, Joe Biden, Elon Musk, and more would take out for a spin.

The reported cancelation couldn’t have come at a worse time.

Leno is currently recovering from a recent motorcycle accident, which left him with several broken bones. He spoke about the incident in an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, revealing he suffered a broken collarbone, two broken ribs, and cracked kneecaps after being “knocked off” the bike.

According to Leno, he was driving his 1940 Indian motorcycle on January 17 in Las Vegas when he noticed the smell of leaking gasoline. Just months ago, the star was badly burned in a garage fire in Los Angeles.

“So I turned down a side street and cut through a parking lot, and unbeknownst to me, some guy had a wire strung across the parking lot but with no flag hanging from it,” he explained. “So, you know, I didn’t see it until it was too late. It just clothesline me and, boom, knocked me off the bike.”

As reported, Leno was rushed to the hospital in November for second-degree burns. He was working on one of his beloved vintage cars when it caught fire and sprayed him with gasoline.

After a 10-day stay at a burn center, which included surgeries and skin grafts, he was released.

Leno later detailed the scary experience.

“The fuel line was clogged so I was underneath it. It sounded clogged and I said, ‘Blow some air through the line,’ and so he did. And suddenly, boom, I got a face full of gas. And then the pilot light jumped and my face caught on fire,” he stated.