Inspirational motorsport speaker, Tom Gaymor was forced to retire as a professional racing driver after breaking his back. A fourteen month journey that changed his life forever, but helped shape who he is today.
Tom now works as a TV commentator and presenter. Best known for his work on Sky Sports F1, Eurosport, and BT Sport. Tom has also appeared on ITV Sport and BBC 5LIVE. Most recently Tom’s voice will be familiar to motorsport fans in Britain and throughout the world as the lead commentator on Sky Sports Indycar and Indy 500 coverage, F1TV, and Discovery/Eurosport’s coverage of Olympic Games, World Superbikes and Le Mans 24.
Tom is also passionate in his support for all the emergency services and is a Trustee for Flint House, the national rehabilitation centre for Police Officers.
Alongside Tom’s TV duties he works as a consultant in the motorsports industry providing a vast spectrum of deliverables, ranging from brand acquisition, brand engagement and athlete management, to performance development and strategy. Clients include; Motorsport UK, Carlin and Crown Talent and Media Group. Tom has also featured on the Boundless Body podcast speaking about Mindset and Performance.
Working underneath Director of Development and Communications Ben Taylor and alongside Greg Symes, Tom headed up the creation and completion of the inaugural MSA Participation Level 2 Coaching Qualification. Tom is currently the Quality Control Officer and Internal Verifier for the MSA’s centre of delivery. Tom also helped create the MSA Performance Masterclass delivery matter as well as coaching within the AASE program.
He is a popular choice for corporate events as a motivational speaker or event host. Key presentation themes include:
“We had an outstanding Fireside Lecture by Tom Gaymor. He shared his inspiring journey of ‘swapping the steering wheel for a microphone’ after a life-changing injury forced him to give up motor racing and pursue a career in broadcasting. His story encouraged our students to focus on strengthening their strengths.” Wellington College 2023