BBC Formula One presenter Jennie Gow says she has had a serious stroke

BBC Formula One presenter Jennie Gow, who regularly appears on Netflix’s series Drive to Survive, has said she has had a “serious stroke”. The broadcaster and journalist, 45, said her speech has been affected and thanked the medical teams at Frimley Park hospital in Surrey and St George’s hospital in London for taking care of her. Gow, who broke into the world of F1 motor racing in 2010, presents F1 coverage for the BBC and is a commentator on racing series Extreme E. She also appears as an F1 expert on Drive to Survive, which returns to Netflix on 24 February.

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