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Steve Parish, Motorsport Legend ,BBC Commentator and World –Class Joker
Steve is a former motorcycle and truck racer; a successful Yamaha factory racing team manager; and currently working as a leading British motorsport commentator. Team mate to Barry Sheene and now commentator for the BBC on MotoGP.
On the show he talks about Barry, his books, truck racing with Mercedes Benz life on the MotoGP circuit and chooses some of his favourite music.
MotoGP is the premier racing class of World Championship motorcycle racing. Watched by more than 350 million people worldwide, the most talented riders and biggest motorbike manufactures compete in a eighteen-race series visiting fourteen countries throughout the year.
Steve started commentating on BBC’s MotoGP coverage in 2002. Currently working along-side his good friend Charlie Cox, the pair are joined by BBC presenter Matt Roberts and pit-lane reporter Azi Farni.
Steve and the rest of the BBC MotoGP gang travel around the world to bring you the best coverage of the MotoGP World Championship - including pre-race build up, exclusive rider interviews, live race coverage and expert post-race analysis.
In 2013 MotoGP visits the USA at circuits of: GRAND PRIX OF THE AMERICAS Austin, U.S. GRAND PRIX Mazda Raceway, INDIANAPOLIS GRAND PRIX all sponsored by Red Bull.
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