Calvin Fish

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Calvin Fish (born 22 July 1961 in Norwich) is a British television commentator for Fox Sports 1 and a former racing driver.

Fish began his career in karts at 13. He then moved to Formula Ford in 1979 at age 18 and then British Formula Three. He then came to the United States and competed in various classes of SCCA competition as well as IMSA GT. He was the 1987 Formula Atlantic champion and then made 14 starts in the Indy Lights series. He returned to sports cars. He was the GTO class winner at the 12 Hours of Sebring and 24 Hours of Daytona in 1990.

Calvin is featured in all editions of the Ayrton Senna story.[clarification needed] Fish and Senna were fierce rivals in the junior formulae in the UK.[citation needed] Both had the utmost respect for each other, hence, the acknowledgement of Fish in any of the books written about Senna.[citation needed] Fish is one of the few drivers to beat Senna in F3 and F2000.[citation needed]

He is currently an analyst and commentator for Fox Sports 1 in the US, covering such series as the United SportsCar Championship.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Scott Goodyear
North American Formula Atlantic
Atlantic Division Champion

1987
Succeeded by
Steve Shelton