Mark Blundell is a former F1 Racing Driver.
For over three decades Blundell has honed his expertise in the upper echelons of elite global sport, firstly in a professional sporting career, then TV pundit and in more recent years, as a successful businessman.
Mark started his sporting career at just 14, originally on two wheels racing in schoolboy motocross.
Having achieved all he felt he could achieve on two wheels, 17-year old Blundell transferred his abilities onto four wheels.
Mark’s career included 61 Formula One starts, 3 podiums and 25 top-ten finishes racing for the likes of McLaren, Brabham and Ligier.
He then became the first UK driver to forge a successful career in the States in IndyCar, before latterly even taking in World Rally.
His wins even include the prestigious Le Mans 24-hour endurance race in 1992 as well as breaking the Le Mans lap-record in qualifying in 1990.
For nearly 20 years Mark Blundell competed at the very top of world motorsport.
From 2001 through to 2008, he was integral to ITV’s multi BAFTA award winning presenting team for Formula One.