Nick Fry

Nick Fry was appointed the managing director of the BAR Formula One team in 2002, which became the Honda F1 Racing Team in 2006. When Honda pulled out of F1 in 2008, Fry led a management buy-out with Ross Brawn, becoming CEO of the Brawn GP team. After the sale of the team to Mercedes he became CEO of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport before leaving in 2013. He is currently chairman of the professional e-sports team Fnatic.

Ed Gorman was a foreign news correspondent for The Times, covering wars in Afghanistan, the Balkans and Sri Lanka, before becoming the paper's sailing and Formula One writer. He attended sixty consecutive F1 races between 2006-09. In recent years he has been editorial director of the sports management company OC Sport and has published a memoir, Death of a Translator.