Jonny Smith is a motoring journalist and television presenter. He was one of the presenters on Channel 5 motoring programme Fifth Gear and has since presented Mud, Sweat & Gears for BBC America and Motorheads for BBC Worldwide. Smith first worked for a custom and vintage VW magazine, becoming the editor after three years. He went on to work for magazine publisher EMAP, where he wrote features for magazines such as Max Power, Car magazine, Revs and Classic Cars. Smith appeared on Sky One's Movies' Greatest Cars in 2005, where he was noticed by North One Television, producers of Fifth Gear, and subsequently asked to attend a screen test. Smith hosted his own engineering-based documentary television series, Industrial Junkie. In March 2014, he began filming a series with Tom Ford called Mud, Sweat & Gears: this was broadcast on BBC America during February and March 2015. He is a former presenter of the web TV and podcast show Fully Charged which he presented until January 2020.
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About Jonny Smith
British motoring journalist and television personality who's known as a long-time host on the Discovery series Fifth Gear. He's also been a presenter on the electric car-themed YouTube channel Fully Charged which has acquired 600,000 subscribers.
He started working as a print journalist for classic, custom and new car magazines.
He built a hot rod called Jonny's Flux Capacitor that became the world's fastest street legal electric vehicle.
He and his wife Michelle have a son and daughter.
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