As a result of Channel 4's quick turnaround after they won the F1 rights from the BBC just before Christmas 2015, Jones revealed that he got the first call to host "a couple of months ago"."Channel 4 rang my agent and said 'Does Steve like F1?
"That's what I'm hoping to bring to our coverage, really - just to get those relationships."under his belt.
But he's described his major sports broadcasting debut as his biggest gig to date.
His current age is known to be 39 years and his birthplace is in Rhondda, Wales, and United Kingdom.
Childhood and Education A notoriously secretive personality, Steve Jones has not revealed any details about his personal life to his fans.
"It's a huge job, it's complicated and exciting and delicious and sexy and all the above - so this is my bread and butter for the next three years." Jones will front a 13-strong rotating talent lineup for Channel 4 F1, including racer-turned-broadcaster David Coulthard, plus more BBC F1 stalwarts including commentator Ben Edwards, reporter Lee Mc Kenzie and analyst Eddie Jordan.