Alexandra Legouix is a professional TV presenter, vlogger and corporate events host. She is currently the main pit lane reporter for Eurosport's live coverage of the World Touring Car Championship. This sees Al tour the globe to 14 different countries, presenting to around 600 million viewers per show. She also presents the championship's YouTube series 'Through My Eyes' as well as their live studio show 'Over The Line'.
Al is also the presenter for the newly introduced live TV coverage of the BRDC British GT Championship which is available to watch on Frontrunner TV - the UK's only free sports network (Freeview Channel 91, SKY468, Freesat250)
In January, she presented the Autosport International Live Action Arena alongside F1 commentator David Croft and YouTube star Shmee150; she presented the launch of the London Boat Show 2017 alongside the lovely Joanna Lumley; she filmed 'Petrolheads' - a 30 minute doc on her life as a presenter which aired on OnlyMotors TV; and she spent time in Norway where she filmed a 45 minute documentary in which her and BTCC ITV presenter, Louise Goodman, battled in out in a head to head Ice Driver competition to see who drove best on ice... Al won!
In addition to her Eurosport duties, Al has also presented the live coverage of the Singapore GP interviewing all drivers and key names in F1. She additionally interviewed the drivers for the Formula One worldwide live TV coverage of the 'Drivers Parade'; she presented the live coverage of Silverstone Spectacular for BT Sport; she competed in Rally Marrakech Sahara - a 6 day endurance rally accross the desert in Morocco - and crossed the line in 3rd; she climbed Mount Kinabalu for Dementia UK; and became an ambassador for Revo Sunglasses and Sporting Memories... the latter she threw herself out of plane for in Dubai Palm in November raising almost £800.
Over recent years Al has worked on other fantastic events. Highlights include presenting the London Boat Show alongside Hugh Bonneville and Nicole Scherzinger; the Cake and Bake Show alongside Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood; Fast, Furious and Funny alongside Top Gear main man, Rory Reid; and the Fast, Car Festival with Tiff Needell to name a few.