Most young motorsport fans dream of becoming a racing driver. Unfortunately, even low-level karting is massively expensive and so out of reach for most.

But there are other ways of making a career in motorsport. Being a TV motorsports presenter, for instance.

That’s the path 14-year old Lewis Maundrell has chosen and he’s already making a name for himself in his favourite race series, the British Touring Car Championship. With just a microphone, an iPad and help from his dad, Lewis has access to all the biggest names in the paddock and has built a big following on Youtube and social media.

Only Motors met Lewis to find out what it’s like being perhaps the youngest motorsports presenter in the country.

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