2022

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After the thrilling 2021 season, Formula 1 undergoes a huge shift in 2022 with a brand new set of regulations set to shake up the order and bring the field closer together than ever. With Max Verstappen defending his title from a resurgent Lewis Hamilton hungry for an 8th world crown, Will is set to be at the heart of the action throughout the year. 

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Will joined Motorsport Network in 2021, bringing his popular YouTube show "This Week" to the global racing platform. His Le Mans special was launched to rave reviews and high praise from the industry. Will is set to continue his association with Motorsport into 2022, including his role as host of the renowned and highly respected Autosport Awards ceremony.

2022 sees the release of the fourth series of Drive to Survive, the hugely successful Netflix F1 documentary made by Box to Box films. Will's commentary and views on the season played a key role in the first three series, and he returns in Season 4. 

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2020 saw Will's first appearance in the Official Formula 1 computer game, "F12020." Working with the world renowned Codemasters again in 2021 and 2022, Will's immersive appearance in the game brings with it his continued enjoyment of Motion Capture acting at studios such as the legendary Pinewood Studios, near London, UK. 

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Will made his debut on BBC Radio 5 Live's award winning sports comedy show "Fighting Talk" in 2021 and is set to continue as a panelist throughout 20222.

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An exciting opportunity led to a new avenue for Will, the result of which can be seen on ITV later in 2022.

2019 saw the release of Will's first book, My Greatest Defeat. An immediate best seller, 2022 sees the continuing promotion of the book with numerous appearances and signing sessions organised for the year ahead.