Mark Blundell

Racing Driver and Commentator

Born in 1966, Mark Blundell is a former Formula One, sports car and CART racing driver. For almost two decades he competed at the top of world motor sport.

Martin Brundle

Former British Racing Driver

Martin Brundle's love of racing began when he started competing in grass track racing at the age of twelve. 1975 saw him move to hot-rod racing, where considerable success beckoned. He was offered a seat in Formula Ford in 1979, and in 1983 he signed for Eddie Jordan's Formula Three team, famously battling against Ayrton Senna in the 1983 Championship.

David Coulthard

Formula One Racing Driver

One of the top motor racing drivers of his generation, David Coulthard competed in fifteen seasons of Formula One and finished in the top three of the world championship five times.

Carl Fogarty

Superbike Racer

Carl Fogarty, or 'Foggy' as he is known to his legions of fans around the globe, is one of the most successful superbike racers of all time. The motorcycling legend was known for his high corner speed riding style, competitive streak and fearless approach. During his career he achieved an incredible fifty nine victories and took the title at four World Superbike Championships.

Johnny Herbert

Racing Driver

One of the most famous faces in motor racing, Johnny Herbert began his career at the age of ten when he took up karting. Four years later he was the British Junior Karting Champion. He soon progressed through the ranks, taking victory in the 1985 Formula Ford Festival. His skill and talent brought him to the attention of Eddie Jordan who signed him up for the 1987 Formula 3 season - a good move as he went on to win the British title.

Damon Hill

Racing Driver

Retired British racing driver who won the Formula One World Championship in 1996. During his career he won an incredible twenty two Grands Prix titles.

Eddie Irvine

Racing Driver

Eddie Irvine is a former motor racing driver who competed in Formula One between the years of 1993 and 2002. Born into a family of motor sport enthusiasts, Eddie spent family holidays attending the British Grand Prix. Initially he was interested in motorcycle racing, but his father encouraged him to race in Formula Ford instead. This proved to be highly successful - he went on to win the Esso Formula Ford series, the RAC Formula Ford series, and the Formula Ford Festival. The years that followed saw him progress through the ranks, competing in Formula 3 and then Formula 3000.