Jennie Gow is regarded as one of motorsport's foremost media professionals and uses her well-honed presentation skills, interjected with her great sense of humour, to be the perfect after-dinner speaker or event facilitator.
Jennie Gow is a well-respected and widely recognised presenter within motor racing and sports in general.
Having honed her skills at Sky Sports News for several years, Jennie now presents and reports on Formula One for both BBC and ESPN. Previously the lead presenter for ITV's Formula E Championship and the BBC's MotoGP coverage, Jennie has used her considerable talent and expertise over the last several years to present the annual Motorsport Hall of Fame Awards in London.
Away from the track, Jennie has also presented The Friday Sports Panel, Netball, The London Marathon, World Cup Rowing, T20 World Cup Cricket, the FA Women’s Cup Final and she is a regular pundit (and show winner) on BBC Radio 5 Live’s ‘Fighting Talk’.
Jennie was nominated for the SJA’s ‘Best Radio Documentary of the Year’ for her work on the BBC’s James Hunt special and last year she won great acclaim for originating, producing and presenting the grid girls documentary on BBC Radio, which started the debate on the subject. She is currently working on several more documentaries.
Jennie has been made an ambassador for the Dare To Be Different organisation that promotes and supports women working in motorsport, a sector which has been traditionally male dominated.
A dedicated professional with a great sense of humour and passion for everything she does, Jennie will apply the skills learnt interviewing the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso when presenting, speaking or hosting an event.