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Wil Hagon

Australia - NSW
Freelance motoring journalist, broadcaster and author.
Motor racing commentator, in Australia and England, for 32 years: public address announcing as well as TV and radio.

Worked for all free-to-air TV channels, as well as Foxtel and Optus. ATN 7 for 11 years at Bathurst, SBS when Wayne Gardiner won his world championship, Ch 9 motoring segments on Midday with Ray Martin.

Currently with ABC Radio nationally for both motor sport (Grandstand) and motoring with Tony Delroy.

Winner various award including Dunlop Olympic Best Radio story 1987, 1994, 1996, CAMS Honour Roll and Best Radio Story.

Motoring journalist for 20 years, nearly 14 with Sunday Telegraph. Regular contributor and commentator on motoring, motor sport and sailing (a little bit!) on radio and in print.

Clients include:

  • AMP

  • IBM

  • Mazda

  • Volvo

  • Morgan and Banks

  • Falken Tyres

  • Toyota

  • Summer Nats

  • Dunlop Olympic Tyres


  • Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association
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