Alain De Cadenet, 76, racing driver and tv presenter ...

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Michael Rhodes

Jul 2, 2022, 4:20:19 PMJul 2
Alain de Cadenet, who died 2 July 2022, aged 76, was a television presenter and racing driver.

After a career in sports car endurance racing, he has hosted numerous shows and broadcasts for the Speed Channel, ESPN, the Velocity Channel and the Petrolicious website. De Cadenet hosted Legends of Motorsport for Speed between 1996 and 2000, as well as the network's coverage of the Goodwood Festival of Speed. During the 2000s, he hosted Speed's Victory By Design, in which he drove vintage racing cars and discussed their history. In 2012, de Cadenet hosted Renaissance Man for the Velocity Channel (now called the Motor Trend network), covering cars, motorcycles, the Rolls-Royce Merlin engine and racing at Monaco.
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