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Red Bull TV Presenter Mike Chen

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Former Racing driver turned presenter, Mike Chen, shares his story of how it all happened. Of course being a Red Bull presenter doesn't just include talking to a camera but also getting thrown out of a plane and even competing in Wales Rally GB himself. Mike even gives us his predictions for the World Rally Championship.

Enjoy!

(Note: Apologies the quality of the sound isn't 100% I had some microphone issues! All fixed for next time)

Get in touch and let me know your thoughts @jadepaveleymotorsport

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