Marc Priestley has had a busy summer travelling through Europe for BMW and Mini bringing his incredible depth of automotive expertise to the screen.
Here he previews the fabulous new first ever BMW M8 on the racing circuit with BMW works driver Timo Glock.
We’re sure you’ll agree it’s a superb result, even more so in the fact that heading out to the shoot he had his car written off by another motorist ‘T Boning’ his car on the way to Heathrow Airport!
Fortunately, he came to no serious harm other than a few bandages in A+E and cool as ever then flew to Germany to take part in the shoot as scheduled!
To find out more about the TV presenting skills of Marc Priestley go to his Great British Presenters bio page HERE
Marc Priestley Speaking
To find out more about having Marc Priestley and his keynote talks involving performance improvement and big data go to his Great British Speakers bio page HERE
As a speaker, Marc Priestley examines how split-second actions and decisions affect the outcome of every race, under the microscope of the worlds media. Marc looks in detail at the communication, teamwork, pressure and strategy involved in being and staying ahead of the competition.
He will take you through the McLaren team ethos of communication, responsibility, accountability, personal and team development, accepting change relates to the broader commercial challenges away from the racing circuit.
All this adds up to Marc’s unique position as a really inspirational keynote and after dinner speaker.
Achieving high performance under intense pressure
Creating the right environment for success
Incremental improvement and productivity
Using big data to implement a successful strategy
Take a look at the M8 film with Timo Glock below:
To book Marc Priestley to speak, host or present for events worldwide contact Jane Farnham at Great British Presenters 0044 1753 439 289 firstname.lastname@example.org
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