Gary Anderson receives honorary doctorate for contribution to motorsport

Gary Anderson receives honorary doctorate for contribution to motorsport

1004LB1D6096Gary Anderson has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Ulster today for his outstanding contribution to motorsport over the past four decades.

Anderson worked his way up the ranks in motorsport before eventually becoming technical director at Jordan Grand Prix. He also spent time with Jackie Stewart’s team, and in recent years has become a leading broadcaster specialising the technical side of the sport.

Currently, he works for Autosport and Formula One Management, and is also involved with commentary for the GP3 Series.

The 63-year-old became an honorary Doctor of Science (DSc) in a ceremony today at the University of Ulster. You can see an extended gallery by clicking here.

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Luke Smith

Luke Smith

Luke Smith is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Richland F1. Having started the website in March 2012, he has gone on to become one of the youngest members of the Formula 1 paddock after joining American broadcaster NBC Sports at the beginning of the 2013 season. Luke now works as the network's lead F1 writer, supporting the TV coverage on nbcsports.com. Luke's work has also been featured on NBC News, Yahoo! Sports, Driven Magazine and the Bahrain Mirror, and he has also appeared on CNBC's TV series "One Second in F1 Racing".


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