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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

This Presenter No Longer in MotoGP

Last season, MotoGP fans who witnessed the most prestigious show via the BBC Sport must be very entertained. Not just because I could see the action of the menggeber bike rider, but there is another side that is not less interesting (perhaps most interesting), namely the presence of beautiful presenter Jennie Gow.

However, in MotoGP in 2011, the figure of woman born May 20, 1977 was not seen again on screen. The beautiful, who started his work experience in the media in 1992 at The Henley Standard, announce it on your Twitter account on Tuesday (25/01/2011) morning.

"Just wanted to let you know, I would not be in MotoGP again for the BBC this year. Last season was a pleasant experience and I met great people."

"I'm working on some exciting new projects that will see you guys soon. Thanks for all the support and friendship!

"Oh yes, good luck with the 8 British rider in the MotoGP, 125cc, and Moto2 this year-I will always follow you from wherever I was in this world:)."

Gow became a presenter on BBC's motor racing for the 2010 season, replacing the position of Suzi Perry, who has long become a presenter race speed "iron horse"is. She worked with the commentator Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish, plus a pitlane reporter Matt Roberts.

There was no immediate confirmation from the BBC about who will replace such beauty.

In addition to the Motorsport, Gow is also famous as a presenter of football, rugby, and cricket. He also had been a presenter for Sky Sports News over the past two years.

This Presenter No Longer in MotoGP Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: Admin


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