Steve Matchett is a well-renowned English columnist, author, editor and works for Fox Sports on its Formula E programming as a television broadcaster. He has also served for NBC Sports Network as a commentator for Formula One(F1).
Steve Matchett Age
Steve Matchett was born in England on December 23, 1962. He is 60 years old.
Steve Matchett Height
Steve stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Steve Matchett Family
Steve was born in England. He grew up in the heart of central England, near Donington Park. Furthermore, his family owned a racetrack near their home. His family, on the other hand, had no interest in racing. Furthermore, he spent his childhood in a small English village.
Steve Matchett Wife
Steve is from Charlotte, North Carolina. Previously, he lived in a remote area of France between Cognac and Bordeaux. On the other hand, he has been so private about his personal life that he has not revealed his current marital status. As a result, the public is left to speculate on whether he has a wife, children, or when he exchanged his marriage vows.
Steve Matchett Education
From 1979 to 1982, Steve attended Loughborough University. He is also a City and Guilds London Institute graduate with a major in Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship.
Steve Matchett Salary
Steve annually receives salary of $112,000.
Steve Matchett Net Worth
Steve’s approximated net worth is $5 million.
Steve Matchett Career
Starting with the 2013 Formula One season, Steve worked as an announcer for NBC Sports Network alongside Leigh Diffey and David Hobbs as a motorsports commentator. However, after the Formula One broadcast was moved to ESPN during the 2018 season, he stopped calling races. He worked as a mechanic for the Benetton F1 team from February 1990 to February 1998 before embarking on his broadcasting career. He retired as a mechanic after working for Benetton Formula One and purchased an old house in France, which he renovated while writing his first book.
While in France, Steve received an email from Frank Wilson asking him to announce one race. As a result, he joined Speedvision as a substitute commentator for the Canadian Grand Prix weekend. He later worked for Speed Channel after Speedvision was purchased by Fox Television. As a result, he moved from France to Charlotte, North Carolina. As a result, he stayed with the network until the end of the 2012 season, when he left for NBC Sports. Between 1996 and 2008, he was a regular contributor and columnist to F1 Racing magazine as a journalist. In addition, from 1998 to 2008, Steve was the technical editor of F1 Racing magazine.