From humble beginnings, Tiff Needell grew up dreaming of being behind the wheel of a racing car. He started out in Brand’s Hatch racing driver’s school and his passion soared. Tiff began his professional career with the Unipart Formula Three Team and spent most of his professional career racing in the World Sportscar Championship including fourteen Le Mans 24 Hour races where he had a best result of third in 1990. He is, however, perhaps better known as a former presenter of ‘Top Gear’, starring alongside Jeremy Clarkson and Quentin Willson throughout the nineties before the show was taken off the air. Tiff then helped to create ‘Fifth Gear’ which ran until 2015 and he can now be seen in a new show called ‘Forbidden Drives’ on Motor Trend. Tiff recently wrote his autobiography ‘Tiff Gear’, writes for ‘Director Magazine’ and still races whenever the opportunity arises.