Lee McKenzie is a highly respected broadcast journalist and presenter, and spent from 2008-2015 as a reporter in the F1 paddock for the BBC.
Lee started as a print journalist at the age of 15 before joining Border TV as a trainee and holds the distinction of being the youngest person in the UK to present the news having made her anchoring debut on Border TV at the age of 22 after just 12 months with the station as a trainee.
Lee has previously presented and interviewed for the BBC at Wimbledon, 6 Nations Rugby, the Commonwealth Games, and on At the Races for Channel 4.
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