Ex Formula 1 driver - the original Stig from BBC Top Gear - best selling author
Whatever it takes, is my motto
Perry McCarthy is one of a kind. The top of the line creator is an ex Formula One driver and furthermore was the first mystery hustling driver from BBC Top Gear 'The Stig'.
Throughout his life, Perry was resilient in the face of adversity. He talks about his experiences with humorous inclination creating speeches that are quite entertaining. In the realm of International Motor Racing, Perry McCarthy is known for his speed and amusingness.
Perry doesn’t stop until he reaches what he aims for while being a clever negotiator; he is widely known for his determining attitude.
Succeeding through determination and perseverance
Perry chipped away at North Sea Oil Rigs for a long time to support the beginning of his adventure to Grand Prix. At that point, as his movement upward through the positions of worldwide engine game needed more funding, rather than giving up, he perseveringly looked for the important sponsorship to make his fantasy about turning into a Grand Prix driver work out as expected. There were numerous troublesome occasions for Perry and his young family yet he would not surrender, either on or off the track, continually figuring out how to get things going.
His demeanor and his story are certainly uplifting. Damon Hill, 1996 F1 World Champion, said of McCarthy I have constant admiration for how he turns a no hope situation in to some sort of triumph"."
Perry is one of the most requested celebrities for motivational speakers and business agreements. He connects his experience and energetic disposition, alongside his off camera learning of the Formula One world, to give a profoundly engaging and wise stage customized to help the customer's key event message.
Survivor of the Plane Crash in Los Andes (1972), Director of the Uruguayan Rugby Federation and CEO
Chef with three Michelin Stars. Expert in innovation. Owner of elPoblet
Former Soccer player and FC Barcelona trainer. Manager of Manchester City
Motorista de Rallys, subcampeón de Enduro de Europa en 1995 y Campeón de España en 1999- Parapléjico.
Autor de "La suerte de mi destino".