Christopher Parsons: Born into a family of “petrolheads”, introduced to motorsport at the British Grand Prix in 1954 at the age of 7 and attended most British GP’s and major Sportscar races throughout the 50’s & ’60s before starting marshalling as early as possible. Since then he has raced a Mini, part-owned a race car building company and a motor racing management company, managed a
the team, was an accountant to the Hesketh Formula 1 team, coordinated the World Endurance Championship, been a member of the FISA/FIA Sportscar Commission, attended 40 Le Mans 24 Hour, numerous Daytona 24 Hour and Sebring 12 Hour races, and for the last 10 years has been a
member of the Eurosport and Motors TV commentary team at Le Mans and other major sports car races.
Born in 1947, lives in Buckinghamshire and Edinburgh with his wife Sally, has recently sold his Alvis, but retains his Triumph TR3A alongside his rare Jaguar XF Sportbrake
R-S everyday car.