I speak, of course, of Murray Walker. Although he does now remind me of Waldorf from Statler & Waldorf:
It was good to see him so spritely and knowledgeable when interviewed today on ITV4 while attending the season finale of the BTCC at Brands Hatch.
And what a season finale it was.
My favourite, Colin Turkington (actually my favourite is Colin's team-mate Rob Collard but he was recovering from a nasty crash at the previous meeting in Silverstone) went into the first of today's three races slightly behind on points but miles behind on the starting grid. The race went badly for him and it looked like he, realistically, was out of the running at the end of the race. He then brilliantly stormed through to win the second race and was suddenly back in contention. Unfortunately, he got knobbled by a bit of bad luck early in the third so the 2017 BTCC Champion is:
Congratulations and full marks to Ash who has been consistent and raced like a champion - especially since he had an uncompetitive car for the first couple of meetings - and it's only his second season racing in the BTCC.
Meanwhile, his more famous team-mate has had a very poor season - as I discussed back in May.
While Colin and Rob's other team-mate has also done relatively poorly - as I sort of predicted back in November.
Meanwhile, this guy has had a pretty good season:
I know he looks like a stand-up comedian there, but he is Tom Ingram. He won the Independent Drivers Championship and came third overall in the main championship. Which is very impressive because he drives for Speedworks - which is a teeny tiny team.
Congratulations, Tom - definitely not a muppet.