Emanuele is an Italian racing driver who has raced in Formula 1, touring cars and endurance races, winning the 24h Le Mans a total of five times, the ALMS Championship twice, the 12h Sebring twice and the 24h Nurburgring. He also won the Italian touring car championship twice, the German Touring car championship and many others. He is a regular competitor in historic racing today (he has won the Goodwood TT twice), has many active roles in the FIA including being an F1 driver steward and is president of the Formula 1 Grand Prix Drivers Club.
Craig Pollock is a British businessman who was the manager of 1997 Formula 1 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve throughout his top level career. He was the Founder, Chairman and CEO of the British American Racing Formula 1 racing team from 1999 to 2002 and remains an entrepreneur at the cutting edge of motorsport to this day.
Internationally famous, Sir Jackie is a triple Formula 1 World Champion who was also instrumental in improving the safety of motorsport, amongst many other outstanding achievements. He was team principal of Stewart Grand Prix F1 racing team in partnership with his son Paul and has commentated for various television networks since his retirement from racing. He is still a very welcome, regular presence at current F1 Grand Prix and historic events throughout the world.
Son of three times world Champion Sir Jackie Stewart, Paul raced competitively in Formula 3 and Formula 3000 for his Paul Stewart Racing team alongside David Coulthard, Marco Apicella and Gil de Farran. The Team won eight Formula 3 championships between 1992 and 2000. In 1996 he formed the Formula 1 Stewart Grand Prix team with his father, which they sold to Ford in 1999, later becoming Jaguar Racing and finally Red Bull Racing in 2005.
One of the world’s most recognised sports personalities, “DC” is a former Formula 1 Grand Prix driver, television broadcaster, author and entrepreneur. He competed in 15 seasons of Formula 1, driving for McLaren for nine seasons and finishing in the top 3 in the World Championship on no fewer than 5 occasions, clocking up numerous victories including the British and Monaco GrandPrix. David is a regular TV commentator on F1 alongside his friend, Mark Webber.
Claude finished 11th in the 1964 24h Le Mans with Herbert Muller in a Porsche 904 GTS and was a director of the Scuderia Filipinetti for 10 years. In 1974 he founded a company to become the distributor of Honda automobiles for Switzerland and remained at the head of Honda Automobile Suisse until 2002 when he was elected president of the Geneva International Motor Show. Since 2008 he has been the managing director of Circuit Paul Ricard and the associated hotels, and Le Castellet Airport.
Sebastien is a Swiss racing driver, currently competing in the FIA Formula E Championship with Envision Racing. He won the Formula E Championship in 2015-16. He raced for Scuderia Toro Rosso in Formula 1 from 2009 to 2011 and has driven for Toyota in the FIA World Endurance Championship since 2012, winning the 2014 WEC LMP1 class. He won the 2018-19 WEC Championship and also the 24h Le Mans in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2022.
“Ago” is an Italian Grand Prix motorcycle racer who won the World Championship an incredible 15 times. He is perhaps the greatest Grand Prix rider of all time, and also raced in non championship Formula 1 races in 1978, the European Formula 2 series and British Aurora Formula 1 with his own team and a Williams FW06. He became the Marlboro Yamaha team manager in 1982 and managed many successful riders for them until the early 1990s, winning numerous championships.
Damon Hill is a former British Formula One racing driver who won the 1996 Formula One World Championship and achieved 22 Grand Prix wins during his F1 career. As the son of Graham Hill, another F1 world champion, he joined Nico Rosberg as one of only two sons to win the title themselves. Hill's intense rivalry with Michael Schumacher in the mid-1990s produced many unforgettable moments in F1 history. He received the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in both 1994 and 1996 and was appointed an OBE. After retiring from motor racing in 1999, he became President of the British Racing Drivers Club, following in the footsteps of Sir Jackie Stewart. Hill is now a member of the Sky Sports F1 broadcasting team, providing expert analysis throughout the season.