Guillaume Navarro
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Guillaume Navarro

About Guillaume Navarro Guillaume Navarro is Motorsport.com's France CEO and Editor in Chief.
Guillaume enjoys a career in motorsport media & PR since 2008, initiated by the GP2 Bridgestone e-reporter Award granted by professionals of the industry. A highlight which led to a broadcaster position in 2009 covering the Formula 1 championship for RMC radio & BFM TV (France) as an FIA-accredited commentator on all rounds, and enjoying favourite driver Jenson Button's title bid. Setting up an agency in 2010 to mix PR and media roles in the motorsport & automotive industries from London, he managed accounts such as AOL Time Warner, Bridgestone, Pirelli, Red Bull Media House and collaborated with car manufacturers such as Honda and SEAT and institutions (Euro F3 championship, WSBK championship, SuperLeague Formula). Willing to not only explore the digital transformation but actively build the digital media he wanted to exist, he took part in the ToileF1 acquisition by Motorsport.com, setting up one of the first stones of the Motorsport Network worldwide expansion, and gathering a hard-working, skilled and passionate editorial team sharing similar values into an ambitious development plan. Positioned as the #1 motorsport media in France, Motorsport Network's influence extends to automotive (fr.Motor1.com, InsideEVs.fr, FerrariChat.fr) under Guillaume's leadership. He moved back to France and discovers new skills with his first daughter born during the lockdown.

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Zarco has “put too much pressure” on himself in MotoGP title race

Johann Zarco says he has to put thoughts of the 2021 MotoGP title “out of my head” as he has “put too much pressure” on himself since the summer break. 

Zarco: VR46 won't destroy Pramac/Ducati MotoGP relationship

Johann Zarco says the relationship between Pramac and Ducati “cannot be destroyed” by any potential tie-up between the marque and Valentino Rossi’s VR46 MotoGP in 2022.

Loeb will "happily" play supporting role for Neuville

Sebastien Loeb has admitted he "happily" signed up to support Hyundai and Thierry Neuville in their bid for World Rally Championship glory next season.

Bourdais: “Alonso almost had it too easy” at Indy 500

Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais believes Fernando Alonso would find it much more difficult to be competitive in the Indy 500 with the new aero package.

Gallery: Fernando Alonso's 32 F1 wins in pictures

Fernando Alonso is regarded as one of the best F1 drivers on the current grid. In a career spanning 284 races and counting, he has recorded 32 wins for three different outfits.

Remembering how Lotus F1 changed its image

Once more this year, Formula 1 teams waited until the start of winter testing to unveil their new cars, and once more this year, they did it all very modestly from the pitlane.

F1 stat attack: Vettel and Alonso level on points

Heading into the Belgian Grand Prix weekend, Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso have incredibly both scored the same number of points in their Formula 1 careers.

Muller has tough hill to climb heading into Marrakech

The Citroen driver hasn't had anything go his way thus far and faces more adversity heading to Marrakech.