Bryn Lucas

Bryn Lucas

After landing his first television role in 2008 hosting a newly-formed show on Sky, Bryn went on to become a popular, regular presenter of Supercasino on Channel 5. With a love of all things ‘sport’ he began to target work he was truly passionate about. This determination led him to secure a role presenting coverage of a number of motorsport championships for Motors TV (now Motorsport TV).  

This was the start of a career in motorsport that has seen him present the live coverage of Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Festival of Speed, Autosport International, Silverstone Classic, TCR UK  as well as multiple drag car racing shows. More recently he has presented and commentated on the pinnacle of Japanese open wheel formula racing Super Formula for Red Bull TV and is the current presenter and pit reporter for the British GT Championship broadcast on Sky Sports and part of the presenter and commentator line-up for the  global coverage of the FIA World Rallycross Championship, FIA European Rallycross Championship. 

After diversifying into commentary, Bryn adds further credits with coverage of a number of championships for Motorsport TV including Brazilian Stock Car Racing (often described as touring cars on steroids!) and Super GT, the pinnacle of tin-top racing in Japan. 

In 2021 Bryn was delighted to become one of the main anchors for a brand new motorsport news show called Motorsport tv Live for Motorsport Network, with a global audience reach of over 50 million! High-profile positions such as this mean that he has often worked comfortably alongside some of the world’s most notable stars, past and present. 

With his strong broadcast reputation, Bryn has been chosen to front many other high profile sporting events for a variety of television and online platforms, including the ITV (and international) coverage of the Oxford and Cambridge Varsity Rugby matches from Twickenham, Le Mans E-Sports Series Final from Le Mans, the Red Bull Bassline tennis tournaments from Vienna to name a few, as well and taking on commentary duty for BBC radio National League football broadcasts.

Away from the sporting world, Bryn has a diverse career in Lifestyle Television and live events, hosting stages at some of the biggest consumer shows in the UK (Ideal Home Show, This Morning Live, BBC Good Food Show, National Pet Show); presenting motoring features and reviews for Autocar and Whatcar? magazine online channels and has even fronted his own cycling travel show City Guides. Most recently, he has taken on a role for FINN (Farnborough International News Network), presenting features for the aviation industry from various airshows around the world and taken on fronting property tours for Move iQ and property market reports for internationally renowned Garrington property finders. 

In addition, he has hosted awards ceremonies for the motorsport, motoring and travel industries in various global locations including The O2 in London, the Bellagio in Las Vegas and Epcot Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. In early 2022 he was thrilled to be part of the presenter line-up at the delayed Autosport Awards held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, returning to the role for the 2022 season awards later in the year.

Not content with television and live events Bryn has also presented radio shows regularly on Surrey and Hampshire's Eagle Radio.

Bryn grew up in Farnborough, Hampshire and is the second oldest of four boys. He has experienced much of the UK in his working life but can name Monmouth, Kidderminster, Bognor Regis, Fulham and numerous other places as ‘home’. He now resides in Surrey with his fiancée Natalia and steadily growing daughter Ella!  

Away from his work life, Bryn is a huge football fan, supporting Liverpool and Aldershot Town. He is also extremely active, often taking on challenges to keep himself in decent shape. He has flung himself out of an aircraft at 14,000ft, ziplined across mountain peaks, run countless 10km and half marathon races and in 2020 his first ever full marathon, once again hitting the tarmac for the 2022 London Marathon. Who knows what's next?! 

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