Anthony Davidson will remain involved in the FIA World Endurance Championship after his retirement from professional racing, as a member of the official commentary team.
The WEC has announced its TV broadcast lineup for the 2022 season, with 2014 world champion Davidson coming on board as a co-commentator alongside Martin Haven and Graham Goodwin.
The former Toyota LMP1 driver replaces fellow WEC champion Allan McNish in the commentary booth, while Louis Beckett will continue as a pit lane reporter.
Davidson announced his retirement from professional racing at the end of the 2021 season, which marked his third in the LMP2 category and his second with JOTA.
His broadcasting role as an analyst for Sky Sports F1 ran concurrently with his racing activities for several years.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the commentary team this season to cover the FIA World Endurance Championship,” Davidson said.
“To have the opportunity to be involved in the series that I’ve been a part of since 2012, now from behind the microphone, fills me with excitement and I’m really looking forward to getting started.”