TV presenter Grace Webb is known for her love of adventure and taking on a challenge. A passionate motorsport enthusiast, she is the face of the popular CBeebies series Grace’s Amazing Machines. Grace was born into a family of motorsport lovers, with both her father and brothers taking part in competitive racing and her grandfather being Tom Wheatcroft, founder of Donington Park Race Circuit, so Webb’s enthusiasm for adrenaline-fuelled sports doesn’t come as a surprise.
One to watch in the world of factual programming, Webb has enjoyed a bright start to her career that began with her first TV appearance as a presenter on ‘Motors TV’ as part of the motorcycle championship ‘Thundersport GB’. Her success on the show went on to land her a children’s show on CBeebies, Grace’s Amazing Machines, that was first aired in Autumn 2019. An exhilarating programme for younger audiences, which sees Webb show off the biggest, fastest and most amazing machines in the world. Following its immense popularity from children and parents alike, a second series aired in 2020 and the brand continues to grow.
Alongside her presenting career, Webb also studied for a degree in Primary Education. She later went on to teach as both a classroom teacher and assistant headteacher. Her passion for motivating younger minds has made Webb a natural when it comes to presenting for children’s TV. In Spring 2020, Grace appeared as an educator on the highly anticipated ‘BBC Bitesize Daily’, the corporation’s biggest ever education programme, shown on red button & BBC Iplayer and has had positive praise for her work.
Grace now heads into 2021 as the new presenter and face of ‘DrivingElectric’, an online platform celebrating the most efficient electric cars and is the ultimate destination to find out facts, advice and reviews on all things regarding driving electric.
Grace is definitely becoming a star in the world of sports and factual programming.