Channel 4 F1 Commentators team is led by Steve Jones, and has former veteran drivers like David Coulthard along with new entrant Billy Monger.
Steve Jones is Channel 4 regular, leading the F1 coverage team since 2016. This is after BBC conceded their F1 rights to the Channel 4 network. He has also hosted the popular reality show The X Factor USA with Lewis Hamilton’s ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger. He has also appeared as a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
David Coulthard is a veteran F1 driver, having raced in 246 Grand Prix with teams like Williams, McLaren and Red Bull. He is now a regular as a commentator and presenter in F1, even seen taking podium interviews in the past. Coulthard’s production company produces the F1 coverage of Channel 4, and does punditry himself on the network.
The Irish businessman, popularly known as EJ, has a strong association with Formula One. He is the founder-cum-owner of the Jordan F1 team, which operated in F1 for 15 years. He has covered F1 for BBC in the past, serving as their chief F1 analyst from 2009 to 2015. Since then, he has done quite a few guest appearances as an expert on Channel 4.
Another F1 driver on the team, Mark Webber does punditry on the network alongside pal David Coulthard. He had a fairly successful F1 career, winning 9 Grand Prix races. Webber raced for teams like Minardi, Jaguar, Williams, and Red Bull. The Australian provides an expert view on the Channel 4 F1 coverage.
Lee McKenzie is the deputy presenter of the F1 coverage for the Channel 4 network. She also doubles up as a news reporter for the same. She also presents the World Endurance Championship for the network. In the past, she has covered various sports like F1, tennis and rugby, for the likes of BBC and Sky Sports.
Billy Monger is a former British F4 driver, racing in the 2016 and 2017 seasons. In April 2017, a crash left him critically injured, which led to both his legs being amputated. For the Channel 4 F1 coverage, he works as the analyst, touch screen presenter and paddock reporter. He is popularly known as “Billy Whizz”.
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