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Revised WEC TV Broadcast Team Announced

Allan McNish, Toby Moody, Martin Haven announced as WEC TV team…

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The English language FIA World Endurance Championship broadcasts will have new voices, with Martin Haven, Toby Moody and three-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner Allan McNish confirmed in the revised TV talent lineup.

Haven and Moody will split duties as lead commentator in the six-hour races, with Haven covering the Spa, Mexico, COTA, Fuji and Shanghai rounds and Moody in for Silverstone, Nürburgring and Bahrain.

They replace John Hindhaugh, who has been the voice of the WEC since its inception, and returns to radio coverage. 

McNish, meanwhile, will be in the commentary booth for six of the eight races, with Graham Goodwin set to return, although in a yet-to-be-detailed role.

Louise Beckett, meanwhile, remains on board as the pit lane reporter for her fifth season in the championship.

“We believe that one of the reasons for the WEC’s current success in today’s motorsport world is that we try not to rest on our laurels; we are always looking to innovate and re-energize the championship in every area,” said WEC CEO Gerard Neveu.

“John Hindhaugh, who has been our lead commentator until now, has decided to return to his first love of radio commentary, and we want to thank him for the great job he has done, and for his contribution to the championship.

“We are sure we will have an opportunity to work together again in the future but, for this year, we are very enthusiastic about our new broadcast team and the season ahead.”

John Dagys is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Sportscar365. Dagys spent eight years as a motorsports correspondent for and SPEED Channel and has contributed to numerous other motorsports publications worldwide. Contact John


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