Versatile presenter Suzi’s credits range from MotoGP and speedway to F1, as well as The Gadget Show.


Biography

Suzi Perry was the first permanent female anchor of BBC One's Formula 1 coverage. She returned to the world of motorcycle racing when she joined the BT Sport team as channel ambassador and host of their Moto GP and Speedway GP series. Travelling the World to report from trackside and speaking to the biggest names in motorsport for more than two decades, makes her the Queen of the Pit Lane.

Her other sport hosting credits include the BBC's live coverage of Royal Ascot, Wimbledon, the London Marathon, the Trooping of the Colour, the London Olympics, the Great North Run and the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.

Suzi has a deep love for radio and live performances. She is regularly called upon to cover the early breakfast show on BBC Radio 2 and has covered the drivetime show, and fronted a documentary looking at the music playlist choices of the World’s leading F1 drivers.

Also known for her love of technology, Suzi hosted The Gadget Show for eight years, covering seventeen series. During this time, she also presented The Gadget Show Live at the NEC and held the role of technology ambassador for the Ideal Home Show.

Suzi's numerous TV credits include, How to Take Stunning Pictures, Operation Homefront City Hospital, Superstars, Watchdog, the National Lottery, Treasure Hunt, and F1 Rewind.

She appeared in the celebrity specials of A Question Of Sport and Robot Wars, and has guested on Saturday Kitchen, The One Show, They Think it's all Over, Nevermind The Buzzcocks, Eggheads and Pointless, as well hosted features on This Morning.

Suzi is also a contributing journalist, working with titles such as The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, Motorcycle News, T3, Stuff Magazine and MSN.

As well as sport, music and technology, Suzi loves travel, cooking and natural history. She has an honorary degree with Wolverhampton University and supports many charities including Sport Relief, Great Ormond Street, Promise Dreams, Marie Curie, UK Youth and Burn Aid.

Videos

Suzi Perry Presenting Showreel

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