F1 » Brundle: You can't force commentary box chemistry


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It might work, we're going to have to see! I didn't have a problem with Jonathan Legard, to be honest. He had excitability and the right "kind" of voice. Why is it always assumed that the lack of chemistry was Legard's fault? It was surely his job to broad brush and ask Martin Brundle for the details. I always missed Murray Walker, the "voice of motorsport". When I think of classic moments from past eras I can hear his commentary in my mind with the remembered images. But you know what? When I watch the classic F1 races on Red Button, commentary on some of the 70s and 80s ones is, overall, quite amateurish when the rose tinted specs come off.



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