Formula1 World Championship is coming back with season 2023. The pre-season testing of the race will be held on 23-25 February 2023.
Sportlulu has listed the gorgeous F1 Female Commentators. They are 1. Rosanna Tennant 2. Natalie Pinkham 3. Rachel Brookes 4. Danica Patrick and 16 more.
Formula One, or F1, is a premier form of International racing championship authorized by the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The Championship is conducted in different countries around the world every year.
Like every previous season, you shall be able to enjoy and cheer for your favorite drivers in the championship from your comfort zone digitally. The experienced and knowledgeable commentators and presenters would accompany you to grab the highlighted moments of the race.
The authorized broadcasting channels give commentary and coverage of the race around the globe, delayed or live. The presenters and reporters would cover the detailed race from the paddock.
But unlike other seasons, this season, we may also be able to see the presence of many outstanding female journalists and commentators on the track analyzing the race.
Rosanna Tennant is a successful Formula one presenter and radio host. Rosanna is also the first woman to call a start for an F1 race.
Tennant is working as a presenter and producer at Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team for 7 years. She is also a freelancing reporter for IMG media at the Wimbledon Radio Channel.
Tennant is a leading broadcast journalist working for Formula One Television and, also hosts F1's Pre-Race show. She started her journey in F1 as a YouTube presenter for Pole Positions YouTube Channel.
The University of London's alma mater is experienced in covering the news related to motorsports. She is a host of the Weekend Debrief on Sky Sports F1.
The lead commentator of Formula One's Global Pit Lane Channel has also written many articles and publications related to motorsports. She is known among fans as a great interviewer and commentator.
As a commentator and presenter of F1, she has covered championships being at the forefront. Her expertise and knowledge of the field have been plus point in highlighting the key moments of the race.
The corporate host of Jaguar Land Rover also worked in BBC Sports as its reporter and has covered the British, Spanish, Italian, and Chinese Grands Prix among others.
She is also a pit lane reporter and has performed live interviews of drivers on the track for Sky Sports F1 and F1 TV.
She is an Ambassador of the Girls on Track program of FIA and advocates for the involvement of Women in Sports.
Natalie Pinkham is a Formula One pitlane reporter for Sky Sports F1. Pinkham is the first female commentator in F1 games.
Natalie joined Sky Sports F1 in December 2011 as a Pit Lane reporter for the 2012 F1 season. She is the first woman to give commentary on British Television for Formula One session.
Pinkham has hosted various sports championships, such as the World Cup of Poker, the Isle of Man TT Races, and the Tennis Masters Cup, before moving to F1 reporting. She was also a host of the highly popular British Factual Programme, 'Police Interceptors'.
She worked as an assistant producer for the show 'International Kings of Sports' and on a sports competition, 'Superstars' before working at the forefront. She also co-hosted the show, 'World Cuppa' which was dedicated to the FIFA World Cup in 2006.
The former panelist of 'The Wright Stuff' co-hosted the 2009 Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival in 2010.
Natalie joined as a Pit Lane reporter on BBC Radio 5 Live in January 2011. She covered the 2011 Australian Grand Prix for the commentary team of the Formula One 2011 season.
In Sky Sports, she covered the interviews and reported from the tracks on the weekend before replacing Georgie Thompson in hosting the F1 Show. She now gives live coverage of the races from the track and is a crucial member of the Sky Sports F1 commentary team.
The primary presenter of Sky Sports F1 is loved by racing fans for her neutral commentary and motivating interviews with the racers.
Rachel Brookes is a sports journalist for Sky Sports F1 covering the Formula One races from the trackside. Brookes is an experienced commentator and broadcaster.
Rachel also gives her coverage for Sky Sports News HQ as its news presenter. She is specialized in broadcasting Formula One and Cricket.
The host of 'The F1 Show' started her professional career as a presenter in GCap Media in 2001. She worked as a freelance reporter and Newsreader for two years before entering Sky Sports as its freelance reporter in 2009.
The British host started working as a full-time employee in 2011 and is covering the Grand Prix as the Pit land reporter. She has also covered the Russian Grand Prix in 2020 as the main presenter for Sky Sports F1.
The broadcaster is skilled in sports and media production. She got specialized in Cricket through her experience as a Cricket news presenter on 'talkSport'.
Brookes is also experienced in hosting webinars and events. She provides media skills-related training and Guest Lecturing.
Rachel is always praised for being straightforward and honest in her opinion and interviews. She has covered many pre and post-race interviews with racers in the Grand Prix.
Her knowledge and understanding of Formula One racing have always helped her in being one of the key members of Sky Sports commentator. She is loved and respected by the audiences for her expert analysis and probing questions.
Danica Patrick is a sports Commentator for Sky Sports on the 2023 F1 Season. Patrick is a businesswoman and a former professional car racer.
Danica competed in open-wheel car racing and retired as an Indy Car Series racer. She has made her name as one of the most successful racers in the history of women racing.
Patrick competed for the Toyota Atlantic Series winning the third position in the 2004 season. She was the first woman to have the most starts and most laps led in American Auto Racing.
The former NASCAR stock car racer is also the first woman to win a Cup Series Pole position. She also participated in Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500 before announcing her retirement from full-time racing.
After retiring from her racing career, she entered the wine business and sports journalism sectors. She is also hosting her podcast, 'Pretty Intense', where she talks about spirituality and mental well-being with many artists and spiritual persons.
Danica joined Sky Sports F1 as a Pundit in 2021 for the 2021 United States Grand Prix. She has also given her commentary along with Natalie in the 2022 Mexico Grand Prix.
She is an expert analyst of Sky Sports F1 and will be joining the commentary team for the upcoming season of the F1 World Championship.
Naomi Schiff is a Formula One presenter for Sky Sports F1. Schiff is also a professional car racer in the W series.
Naomi has worked as a race team manager for four years. She is now in the reserved driver category of the W series.
Schiff started driving single-seated cars at the age of 16 and has already participated in many championships. She was ranked first in the 2014 Clio Cup China Series.
She started working as a pundit and commentator of the Formula One races in March 2022. She is also a co-host of the show 'Any Driven Monday'.
Naomi also acts as an ambassador of The Diversity and Inclusion of W series. She is also collaborating with Dampfkessel as their brand ambassador.
The Belgian reporter is known for her calmness and insightful commentary from the paddock. She mixes her knowledge of motor racing while giving her opinion on the races.
She also tries to give her commentary from the perspective of the racers. She gives her coverage by remaining neutral on the outcome of the races.
Andrea Schlager is an Austrian Television presenter and sports Journalist. Schlager works for the Servus Tv.
Andrea started her journey in Formula 1 races at an early age. She used to work at many Formula 1 races since middle school and she continued her journey as an F1 reporter even after completing her graduation.
Schlager is a Sports Journalism graduate from Salzburg. She has worked at Servus Tv as its sports moderator and commentator since 2013.
She has covered Winter Olympics and World Cup in 2014 as the live reporter for Servus television. She has given her opinion and commentary for many other sports including Tennis and Hockey.
The experienced journalist also does coverage for MotoGP and is a brand ambassador for the sports car, 'Cupra'. She is respected for having an in-depth understanding of motorsports and its technique in her commentary and reporting.
Andrea covered the Formula One Grand Prix live from the Bahrain International Circuit on 24 March 2021. She also did live coverage for the F1 races from Abu Dhabi in November 2022.
The Austrian Television Host is a sports enthusiast and has been a part of the commentary team and pit lane reporting for many sports including Formula One. She is regarded as one of the ace journalists for F1 race commentary due to her expertise in the races.
Noemi de Miguel
Noemi de Miguel is a Spanish television reporter and Formula 1 host. Miguel also does coverage for the major football league.
Noemi started covering Formula One for Movistar+ as its host and reporter in 2016. She has also worked for Canal+ as a sports reporter.
Noemi has studied Journalism and has worked as a sports journalist for more than 18 years. She has also prepared her reporting for Tennis and Football before joining Movistar+.
Miguel used to provide coverage of the Football leagues and matches for Radio Nacional de Espana and Canal+ as the sports presenter. She debuted as a Formula One broadcaster in the 2016 Australian Grand Prix.
She has covered the various important events of sports including La Liga and FIFA World Cup. She changed her profession as a football reporter and joined Movistar+ as a Formula 1 presenter replacing Lucia Villalon in February 2016.
Noemi prepares for every motorsport beforehand by learning about technology and races through the help of experts and books. She has been a key figure in Spanish Formula 1 broadcasting.
Lee McKenzie is a professional motorsports journalist for Formula 1 coverage and the W series. Lee is working with BBC and Channel 4.
Mckenzie is a British sports broadcaster known for her coverage of Rugby, the Olympics, the Paralympics, and the world championships of many sports. She covers Formula One for Channel 4 as their deputy presenter and the W series as their lead presenter.
Lee started her career as a Rugby presenter and written journalist at the age of 15. She started her live broadcasting career at the age of 22 on Border TV.
She was a pit lane reporter at BBC before taking the role of the primary anchor at F1 Coverage. She gives her coverage of Formula 1's weekend race.
The Senior Journalist covered the Japanese Grand Prix in 2010 as the main presenter on BBC. She joined Channel 4 in 2016 as its lead presenter for Formula One coverage.
She became the first female to win the Jim Clark Memorial Award for her work in motorsports. She is also the first female to cover Formula One matches on British Television.
Lee is a professional co-driver competing in the World Rally Championship. She is a qualified holder of an international license.
Mckenzie is respected for giving professional and informative commentary on F1 sessions. Her interviews are often filled with humor and expertise.
Laura Winter is a British Sports journalist. Laura specializes in motorsports and Rugby among others.
Laura is working for F1 Tv as their lead broadcaster covering the Formula One races. She also covered the F1 testing races and Grand Prix for Sky Sports F1.
Winter is a freelance reporter working in different categories of sports. She is also a podcaster and event host.
Laura is certified by the NCTJ as a sports journalist and has been working in the field of motorsports for recent years. She also provides her freelancing services to different national and international platforms.
Laura has worked as a researcher and writing journalist. She has also worked in the area of news feed reporting.
As a lead commentator of F1 Tv, her analysis and commentary include an adequate amount of information about Formula One races and their technology. She mixes her professionalism and knowledge of motor races in her presentation.
Winter conducted virtual communication with the drivers of the F1 in 2020. She usually covers the pre and post-race interviews with the drivers in her broadcasting.
The former stadium presenter gives live coverage of the Grand Prix from the paddock and also covers the testing races. She has broadcasted the 2021 Grand Prix for F1 TV and Sky Sports F1.
Jennie Gow is a radio and television presenter for BBC F1. Gow hosts the show Drive to Survive on Netflix.
Jennie is an F1 Expert and commentator covering the race since 2010. She also gives her comments on the racing series Extreme E.
Gow works as an F1 correspondent and pit lane reporter for BBC Radio 5 Live. She is an ambassador of the FIA program of motivating woman empowerment, 'Girls on track'.
She worked as a presenter for 9 years at ESPN and Sky Television before joining BBC Radio 5 Live in 2012. She is skilled in voiceover and radio broadcasting.
The English commentator has covered the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix and Hungarian Grand Prix as a pit lane reporter. She has also performed as a deputy presenter at the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Ariana Bravo is the F1 presenter for Channel 4. She also hosts the podcast, 'Driven By Diversity' with Steph Turner.
Ariana joined the broadcast team of the F1 after being recognized for her live videos about F1 on her Instagram handle. She started as a host of a podcast covering F1 in AutoSports.
Bravo joined Formula 1 as its presenter in June 2021 and has been working as its freelance reporter since then. She loves to prepare Fan-facing content for delivering the audience side of the F1.
Ariana mostly covers the F1 races from the fan zone and performs pre and post-race interviews with drivers. During the French Grand Prix, she interviewed all 20 drivers of the season at Circuit Paul Ricard.
She has covered the driver's parades, pre-race shows, and post-race interviews of drivers.
Nicole Briscoe is a Sports Center anchor covering the F1 races. Nicole also hosts the repeat telecast of F1 races on ESPN.
Briscoe has also hosted the race of NASCAR and the Indianapolis 500. She joined ESPN in 2008 and has been working as its sports presenter since then.
Nicole gave live coverage of the 2021 US Grand Prix where she conducted the pre and post-race interviews with the drivers. She was also the part of ESPN team covering the Grand Prix in the US in 2022.
The American Sports Commentator worked as a sports reporter for motorsports before joining ESPN. She also worked as a pit lane reporter while covering the motor races.
The sportscaster will be joining the 2023 season of the F1 World Championship as the live anchor.
Federica Masolin is an Italian television presenter for Sky Sports Italia. Masolin covers the races of Formula One.
Federica joined Sky Sports at the age of 20 and worked as a correspondent for Volleyball, Football, and the Olympics. She joined the team of Formula One in 2014.
The ambassador of Laureus Sports worked as a sideline reporter for Football Series. She has broadcasted the summer and winter Olympics, international football matches, and leagues.
Masolin has also conducted the pre-season presentation of the team Ferrari after joining the Formula 1 team in Sky Sports. She is regarded as the 'Queen of Paddock' by the fans of F1.
She has been covering the Formula One Grand Prix since the 2014 season as the lead presenter. Her interviews and paddock reporting are most loved by Italian F1 Fans.
Federica has professionalism and simplicity in her coverage. She always gets prepared for the live broadcast four hours ago the scheduled time.
Amanda Davies is an anchor and Sports Commentator for CNN International. Amanda hosts the monthly show 'The Circuit'.
Davies works as an English reporter for CNN based in London. She has been working as a sports anchor on CNN for 10 years since April 2012.
The former BBC Sports News Presenter worked as a producer in Sky Sports News for four years before joining BBC Sports. She has covered a wide range of sports, including the Olympics, the Football Leagues, and the FIFA World Cup.
The sports Commentator hosts the live shows from the Paddock on race weekends and has also interviewed many champion race drivers of F1. She gave her live coverage from the Silverstone Circuit in the 2022 British Grand Prix.
She is also the part of 2023 season of the FIA F1 World Championship and will be covering the live race from the paddock giving her analysis and comments on the race.
Claire Cottingham is a pit lane reporter of the F1 races for BBC Sports. Claire was the Formula One reporter for ITV Motorsports.
Cottingham is a freelance journalist for Formula 1. She has been working as a Formula 1 pitlane reporter and live host at BBC 5 Live for 5 years.
The Eurosport presenter is also working as a podcast host and producer for various sports agencies like The Race and Formula E Holdings. She is also a freelance producer at Formula 1 Management.
The experienced F1 presenter covered the 2012 Grand Prix and worked as a sports broadcaster before joining BBC. She was a motorsport commentator at BT Sports for a year and she has also worked for national newspapers as an F1 reporter.
After being part of BBC in 2015 as a freelance broadcaster, Claire has proven her digital reporter and sports producer ability. She covered the 2022 season of the F1 Grand Prix from Mexico and Abu Dhabi.
Tara Rushton is an Australian sports presenter for Formula 1 on Network 10. Tara has also hosted the MotoGP and World Championships.
Rushton also works for the channel Paramount+ as their sports journalist. She has covered various areas of sports like football, motor racing, and Asian Cups.
Tara worked as a broadcasting reporter for Fox Sports Australia and Fox Sports News for 7 years before joining Network 10 in 2021. She joined the co-host Scott McKinnon in covering the 2022 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix.
Rushton is one of the most experienced sports journalists in Australia. She is known for having a deep understanding of sports.
She was also nominated as a Most Outstanding Female reporter by ASTRA Award in 2015. She was also made an ambassador of the Formula 1 Heineken Australian Grand Prix 2022 on 5 April 2022.
Tara was praised by the F1 fans for her accurate, informative, and engaging broadcasting in the Australian Grand Prix of 2022. She was appointed as an ambassador for the Best wheel-to-wheel action in 2022.
Mariana Becker is a Brazilian sports presenter for Rede Bandeirantes. Becker is an experienced reporter and analyst of Formula 1.
Mariana worked for the TV Globo as a sports presenter and pit lane reporter for 25 years. She became the first reporter to cover the World Championship of motor racing on Brazilian Television.
Becker joined Rede Bandeirantes in 2021 as their sports journalist. She has broadcasted different sports categories in her career as a sports journalist.
The radio Journalism degree holder has worked as a freelance journalist for local press and networks in Brazil. She has also written articles about successful sportspersons.
Mariana has been part of motorsports races broadcasting for 20 years. She has already completed her thirteenth season of covering the Formula One races.
The Bandeirantes presenter broadcasted the 2022 season of the F1 Grand Prix from the paddock as a part of the commentary team. She also covered the five races of the 2020 championship of Formula 1 by traveling in her car.
She is known for her dedication, professionalism, and outstanding post-race coverage in the Grand Prix.
Sandra Baumgartner is a German Sports journalist and presenter. Sandra is covering Formula One for Sky Sports News HD.
Baumgartner started her career as a television trainee journalist after finishing her high school education. Before joining Sky Sports in 2011, she worked as a presenter for Motorvision GmbH and on television stations like RTL and VOX.
The experienced motorsports journalist is working as a moderator and reporter in Formula 1. She also hosted the 2014 FIA Motorsport Conference.
Sandra is a core part of the editorial and commentary team of Formula 1 on Sky Sports channel in Germany. She is one of the established and experienced experts in Formula One in Germany.
Baumgartner started as an editorial producer and freelanced for many years before working in the forefront. Currently, she is also doing podcasts about the F1 races and behind the scene.
Her commentary is loved by the fans of F1 for being professional, informative, and relaxing. She also does interviews with drivers in the paddock.
Mara Sangiorgio is an Italian sports reporter at Sky Sports Italia. Mara performs the pit reporting for Formula One.
Sangiorgio has already completed the tenth season of formula 1 coverage as a presenter and correspondent. She works as the forefront presenter for the Sky Sports F1 in Italy.
Mara along with the presenter Federica covers the live race of F1 from the paddock and gives a live analysis of the race to the fans. She is known for her competence in her coverage.
Sangiorgio is a motorbike racer and performs racing as her hobby. She has also volunteered for the racing in November 2022.
Her understanding of motorsports and technology is always seen in her coverage and analysis of the race. She is known for having flawless interviews with drivers.
Mara has interviewed Mclaren F1 Team, Sebastian Vettel, and Daniel Ricciardo among other. She covers practice matches, and testing races, and does the live coverage for Sky Sports Italia.
Nira Juanco is a Spanish television sports presenter for DAZN F1. Nira is working as a sub-director of the broadcasting team.
Juanco was the Formula One broadcaster and commentator of the Antena 3 till 2015. She later joined Canal F1 Latin America as their commentatory team member.
Nira has been working as an F1 presenter since 2009. She is known for having distinctive objectivity in her interviews and coverage of the races.
Juanco has studied Journalism at the Carlos III University of Madrid. She is also a law degree holder from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
She gives detailed coverage of the race with her commentary team from the paddock. She gives her coverage along with the pit lane reporter Noemi de Miguel.
Nira already started filming for the 2023 season of F1 on the DAZN's show 'True Driver'.