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2017 Joins Eurosport as World Superbike commentator, joining former race winner James Whitham; commentary is taken by British and International Eurosport and includes support categories World Supersport, Supersport 300 and Superstock 1000. As well as live race commentaries, there are on-camera features and Facebook broadcasts. Also attends six BSB events

2016 Becomes lead commentator for Dorna's international television feed of the World Superbike Championship, broadcasting alongside Stephen English. Also commentates on World Supersport, Superstock 1000 and Asia Talent Cup. Commentary used on WorldSBK website, ITV4 in the UK, YouTube and English-speaking TV networks in Africa, America, Asia and Oceania

2015 International commentary feed for World Superbike. Calls the action with Steve Day (commentary used in UK by Channel 4) and produces features between race weekends, including on-screen pieces to camera for US broadcaster beIN Sports. Also commentates on WorldSBK support classes and FIM CEV Repsol, broadcast live on BT Sport in UK

2014 Travels to all MotoGP events with Dorna Sports as television commentator on live international feed, alongside Nick Harris and Dylan Gray. Also presents motogp.com's After the Flag and Off-Season Show as well as becoming the face of MotoGP on Fox Sports coverage in the USA

2013 Joins Dorna Sports in Barcelona as reporter and presenter for motogp.com, official website of the MotoGP World Championship; makes live TV commentary debut for MotoGP international feed at Catalan GP

2012 Makes television debut on Motors TV for Barcelona 24 Hours and becomes motorsport correspondent for Barcelona Metropolitan Magazine

2011 Learns to drive on old Montjuïc Park circuit in Barcelona

2010 Becomes Chief English Editor for GPUpdate.net, attends F1 tests

2009 Selected by GPUpdate.net to become English editor

2008 Achieves A-Levels in English, Spanish and Business Studies

2005 Obtains international license for operating power boats

2002 Moves to Barcelona, Spain and attends first F1 Grand Prix

2000 Attends BTCC meetings at Donington Park and Silverstone

1997 First plays TOCA Touring Car Championship PC game

1993 Moves to Warwickshire, England

1989 Born in Worcestershire, England


List of co-commentators
(In order of first commentary with each fellow broadcaster / guest)

1. Nick Harris (MotoGP, 2013-14)
2. Gavin Emmett (MotoGP, 2013)
3. George Tidmarsh (Asia Talent Cup, 2014)
4. Martin Raines (MotoGP, 2014)
5. Dylan Gray (MotoGP, 2014)
6. Nicky Hayden (MotoGP, 2014)
7. Tom Jojic (MotoGP, 2014)
8. Barry Veneman (CEV, 2014)
9. Freddie Spencer (MotoGP, 2014)
10. Matt Birt (MotoGP & CEV, 2014-15)
11. Chris Carr (Superprestigio, 2014-15)
12. Dennis Noyes (Superprestigio, 2014-15)
13. Steve Day (WorldSBK & CEV, 2015)
14. Luke Wilkins (CEV, 2015)
15. Steve McLaughlin (Superprestigio, 2015)
16. Steve English (WorldSBK, 2016)
17. Michael Laverty (WorldSBK, 2016)
18. Jack Miller (WorldSBK, 2016)
19. Eugene Laverty (WorldSBK, 2016)
20. Alex Baldolini (WorldSBK, 2016)
21. Gino Rea (WorldSBK, 2016)
22. Scottie Deubler (Superprestigio, 2016)
23. James Whitham (WorldSBK, 2017)
24. Michael Guy (WorldSBK, 2017)
25. Niall Mackenzie (BSB, 2017)
26. Paul Knapton (BSB, 2017)
27. James Haydon (WorldSBK, 2017)

Unexpected cameo appearances in the box!
Valentino Rossi, Aleix Espargaro and Max Biaggi

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