Suzi Perry thoroughly enjoyed being the first permanent female anchor of BBC One’s Formula 1 coverage. Having broadcast MotoGP, World Superbike and Speedway over 2 decades, she is truly the Queen of the Pit Lane.
Her sporting credentials also include BBC’s live coverage of Royal Ascot, Wimbledon, the London Marathon, Trooping the Colour, The Olympics, the Great North Run and the Boat Race.
Renowned for her love of technology, Suzi presented Channel 5’s hugely popular and successful The Gadget Show for 8 years covering 17 series. During this time, she presented Gadget Show Live at the NEC, where the show was performed over a 5 day period to over 75,000 guests. Her in-depth knowledge also led her to become the technology ambassador for The Ideal Home Show, a role she still adores.
Suzi’s numerous TV credits include, How to Take Stunning Pictures and Operation Homefront for Channel 5;, House Call, City Hospital, Superstars, Watchdog and the National Lottery for BBC One and Treasure Hunt and F1 Rewind on BBC Two.
Suzi has also appeared as a guest on many shows; Question of Sport, Saturday Kitchen, The One Show, They Think it’s all Over, Sarah Millican, Never mind the Buzzcocks, Eggheads and Pointless to name a few as well hosting features on This Morning, The Alan Titchmarsh Show and Daybreak.
Suzi has a deep love for radio and is regularly called upon to cover shows on BBC Radio 2.
She also enjoys her work as a journalist, contributing over the years to many newspapers, magazines and websites; The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, Motorcycle News, T3, Stuff magazine and MSN.
Being an in demand corporate host, she is often called upon to present events for companies such as; Karcher, IMI, Global Mobile Awards, The Boat Show, HSBC, BT, DELL, Suzuki, Fiat, Yamaha, Zoom Auction for F1, Phillips, EE, O2, Nikon, Honda, Mercedes, Royal Mail and Honda.
Apart from sport and technology, Suzi loves travel, music, cooking and natural history. She has an honorary degree with Wolverhampton University and supports many charities including, but not limited to Sport Relief, Great Ormond Street, Promise Dreams, Marie Curie, UK Youth and Burn Aid.