Career & Background

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Interview time in the World Superbike Championship

TV BROADCASTERS REPRESENTED
– Directly or through world feeds

UK & Ireland:
– BBC Sport
– BT Sport
– Channel 4
– Eurosport
– ITV Sport
– Motors TV

Other:
– beIN Sports (USA, Canada & Puerto Rico)
– Eurosport (International)
– ESPN Carribean (Carribean)
– Fox Sports (USA & Asia)
– Network Ten (Australia)
– One (Australia)
– OSN Sports (Middle East & North Africa)
– Sky Sports (Australia & New Zealand)
– Star Sports (South Korea)
– SuperSport (Sub-Saharan Africa)
– TEN Sports (India)

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Live in the commentary box

CO-COMMENTATORS
– In order of first commentary with each individual

1. Nick Harris (MotoGP 2013-14)
2. Gavin Emmett (MotoGP 2013)
3. George Tidmarsh (ATC 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 ’14, WSB ’18)
10. Matt Birt (MotoGP 2014-15)
11. Chris Carr (DTX 2014-15)
12. Dennis Noyes (DTX 2014-15)
13. Steve Day (WSB 2015)
14. Luke Wilkins (CEV 2015)
15. Steve McLaughlin (DTX 2015)
16. Steve English (WSB 2016)
17. Michael Laverty (WSB 2016)
18. Jack Miller (WSB 2016)
19. Eugene Laverty (WSB 2016)
20. Alex Baldolini (WSB 2016)
21. Gino Rea (WSB 2016)
22. Scottie Deubler (DTX 2016)
23. James Whitham (WSB & BSB 2017-21)
24. Michael Guy (WSB 2017-18)
25. Niall Mackenzie (BSB 2017-21)
26. Paul Knapton (British Sidecars 2017-19)
27. James Haydon (WSB & BSB 2017-21)
28. Steve Parrish (WSB 2017)
29. Steve Plater (BSB 2017-18)
30. Alex Murley (KTM & BSB 2017-18)
31. Luke Stapleford (WSB 2018)
32. Shane Byrne (WSB 2018)
33. Julian Ryder (BSB 2018 & WSB ’19-20)
34. Barry Nutley (Brackley Festival & Sidecars 2018-21)
35. Kade Verwey (BSB 2018)
36. Dave Neal (BSB 2019)
37. Trystan Finocciaro (BSB 2019 & 21)
38. James Toseland (WSB 2021)

Unexpected cameo appearances!

Rossi, A. Espargaro and Biaggi

Live
WorldSBK, Magny-Cours 2016

RACE SERIES COVERED AS COMMENTATOR
– MotoGP World Championship
– Moto2 World Championship
– Moto3 World Championship
– Superbike World Championship
– Supersport 600 World Champ.
– Supersport 300 World Champ.
– European Superstock 1000
– European Superstock 600
– British Sidecar Championship
– Moto3 Junior World Champ.
– British Motostar Champ.
– British Junior Supersport
– KTM RC Cup
– KTM World Final
– CEV Moto2
– CEV Superbike
– Asia Talent Cup
– Ducati Trioptions Cup
– Superprestigio DTX dirt track
– Formula Renault Eurocup

Research at Misano
Evening work in the press room

FURTHER RACE SERIES COVERED AS JOURNALIST
– Formula 1
– Formula 2
– IndyCar
– British F3
– F3 Euro Series
– Formula Renault 3.5
– BTCC
– DTM
– WTCC
– GP2
– GP3
– A1GP

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In vision with Eurosport, 2017


SIGNIFICANT HAPPENINGS…
2021
Presents ITV MotoGP coverage
2019
Becomes MCN BSB reporter
2018
Joins ITV as BSB presenter
2018
 Joins MCN as WSB reporter
2017 Joins Eurosport in WSB
2016 Lead commentator, WSB
2015 Commentator, WSB
2014 Commentator, MotoGP
2013 Reporter for motogp.com
2012 TV debut on Motors TV
2011 Learns to drive in Barcelona
2010 Chief English Editor, GPU
2009 English editor, GPUpdate.net
2008 Achieves three A-Levels
2005 Obtains powerboat license
2002 Moves to Barcelona, Spain
2000 Attends BTCC race meetings
1997 Plays TOCA PC game
1993 Moves to Warwickshire, UK
1989 Born in Worcestershire, UK