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Sky Sports Presenter to be Voice of SpeedFest

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Sky Sports NFL Sunday presenter, Kevin Cadle, will make his first trip to Brands Hatch in June as he becomes the ‘Voice of American SpeedFest II’.

Cadle has been the face of Sky Sports’ American sports coverage for over 16 years, having previously been the GB Basketball coach. The TV presenter, from Buffalo, New York, will be stationed in the commentary box alongside SpeedFest commentators Mark Werrell and Chris Hartley, and will read out fans’ questions throughout the day.

“I’m very much looking forward to American SpeedFest II,” said Cadle. “My buddies are big into their motorsport and they’ve been giving me their insights so I’m already looking forward to it. I love cars too and am looking forward to seeing all the classic cars.

“I’m going to bring some fun and enthusiasm to the commentary and try to relate to the crowd a little. I’m sure there will be a lot of folks in the same boat as me and I’ll make sure we all have a good time.”

Aside from the only NASCAR-backed series outside America, the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, and various other American themed race action, those in attendance will also be treated to American themed music and entertainment for the entire family throughout the day.

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