Murray Walker is a distinguished English journalist and semi-retired Formula One motorsport commentator. Walker’s big gig as a commentator was for the British Grand Pix, Silverstone on the BBC Radio. Murray continued as a commentator for Formula 1 in BBC for most of his career. Murray was equally active with his writing and used to publish his journals. He wrote a series of annuals titled ‘Murray Walker’s Grand Prix Years’ for Grand Prix season which became a major hit amongst the enthusiasts and are popular as collectors’ items as they consist of the summary of the season along with Walker’s comments. In the year 2000, Murray announced his retirement as a commentator but returned back in 2005. A year later he was declared as the ‘Chief Ambassador’ of David Ormerod Hearing Centers. He later appeared in ‘Free Practice 3’ for BBC F1. Murray Walker’s legendary voice, his thoughts and views on speed, racing cars, life, happiness and more are very realistic and relatable. Read through the quotes and sayings by Murray Walker whose moments of magic in front of the microphone are fondly remembered and quoted extensively.
Anything happens in Grand Prix racing, and it usually does.
IF is a very long word in Formula One; in fact, IF is F1 spelled backwards.
There's nothing wrong with the car except that it's on fire.
I wish we had a system where you are given a bill including service and that people were paid properly so they didn't have to rely on tips. In different restaurants there are different policies and it's all very confusing.