Anthony Davidson, a veteran of 24 grands prix, will turn to full-time formula one commentary this year.

Anthony Davidson, a veteran of 24 grands prix, will turn to full-time formula one commentary this year.

The British broadcaster BBC revealed in a statement that the 29-year-old driver, who raced most recently until the Super Aguri demise last year, is joining the 5 Live radio team.

Following the end of his Super Aguri duties in 2008, Davidson - who has also filled in for broadcaster ITV's television commentary in the past - called the British and European grands prix.

"Commentating gives me the chance to explain what it feels like to drive an F1 car to the limit, and to share the inside view on all of the demands that a driver faces over the weekend," the Briton said.

 

Be part of something big