Who is Naomi Schiff as she joins the Sky Sports F1 presenting team for the 2022 season? Where has she raced in her motorsport career?
As the new Formula 1 season returns, some things are different.
The likes of Zhou Guanyu joins the grid as a rookie, while Kevin Magnussen returns at Haas to drive alongside Mick Schumacher.
New graphics on the world feed are also part of the package, as broadcasters freshen up their presenting teams as well.
Joining the Sky Sports F1 team for 2022 is Naomi Schiff.
Who is she, and where has Schiff raced before in her motorsport career?
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Where has she raced?
Born in Belgium in May 1994, Naomi Schiff is a dual Belgian-Rwandan racing driver.
After starting off in junior single-seaters, she dabbled in touring and sports cars in her career.
In 2014, she won the Clio Cup China series with seven wins from 10 starts.
Fast forward to 2019, Schiff joined the women-only W Series championship.
From the six races, she took a pair of 10th place finishes at Zolder and the Norisring, taking 16th in the final standings.
In 2021, when the series returned after a COVID-19 forced 2020 hiatus, Schiff was a reserve driver.
Naomi Schiff joins Sky F1 team
Naomi Schiff was part of the line-up who helped launch Mercedes new W13 at Silverstone in February.
In her new presenting role at Sky, she hosts a new show on the broadcaster called Any Driven Monday which takes a look at the latest goings on in F1.
She will be attending races on-site, and was seen with veteran broadcaster Ted Kravitz in Bahrain inspecting Lewis Hamilton’s W13 in the garage ahead of the first practice session of the new season.
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