It’s a great pleasure to see South Africans doing big and amazing things in the world.
Naomi Schiff has joined the Sky Sports F1 team as a new co-host of ‘Any Driven Monday’, a newly launched motorsports show.
Any Driven Monday is a 60-minute live show streamed on Mondays after race weekends at 6 pm on Sky Sports F1’s YouTube channel.
The South African raised broadcaster also so do live reports and analysis for Sky News during Formula one weekends.
According to the channel, Schiff will co-host the new show alongside Matt Baker from Sky Sports Studios in London, contributors will join the two newest members of the Sky Sports F1 team from across the world. Guests will include stars of F1 and other categories as well as influential voices and celebrity fans of the sport.
Schiff tweeted about the exciting news, “SO excited to announce I’ll be joining the @SkySportsF1 team on their coverage of the upcoming @F1 season! I’ll also be co-hosting a brand new @SkySportsF1 show called ANY DRIVEN MONDAY, with @mattbtv. Coming to you live on YouTube every Monday after every F1 race!”
Schiff is a Rwandan-Belgian born and South African raised professional racing and stunt driver.
The 27-year-old is currently the W Series’ Diversity and Inclusion Ambassador and reserve driver who started karting at the age of 11 in Mzansi. Since then, she has raced in prototype, GT and single-seater cars, winning the 2014 Clip Cup Asia Championship title, the 2018 KTM GT4 X-Bow Battle Championship title and taking second place in the 2018 ADAC Zurich 24 Hours Nurburgring.
Director of Sky Sports F1, Billy McGinty said, “I’m delighted to welcome Naomi to our Sky Sports F1 team. I’ve watched Naomi’s career with interest, I’m excited she’ll be contributing to our coverage and co-hosting our new YouTube show Any Driven Monday.”
“Every year we strive to push the boundaries of broadcasting, whether that’s technology and innovation or multi-dimensional storytelling and this year will be no exception. We are seeing growth in motorsport fans year on year and it’s our role as the exclusive home of Formula 1 to continue to challenge ourselves and deliver the best coverage for our audiences. 2021 was an exceptional season for the sport and we look forward to more excitement and drama in 2022,“ added McGinty.