Lee is best known for her work in Formula One having worked extensively across the BBC’s coverage and more recently with Channel 4, both interviewing the drivers and presenting the weekends' race coverage from around the world.
Lee has gone on to present across a number of live sporting events for both the BBC and Channel 4 including Wimbledon Tennis, Rugby Six Nations, Equestrian, Olympia, and playing key presenting roles at flagship events including the Commonwealth Games and more recently both the Rio Olympic and Paralympic games.
Additionally to her TV work, Lee is very much at home on the radio having presented BBC Radio 5 Live’s Weekend Breakfast Show, and her distinctive Scottish accent has been used to voice numerous TV series and documentaries. Lee also balances her schedule hosting corporate events for a number of blue chip businesses including Castrol, JP Morgan, UBS, Investec, Braun, Mercedes Benz and McLaren automotive.
Lee is a natural writer and highly regarded journalist having written features and comment pieces for almost all national newspapers as well as magazines and many websites. Lee made history in 2007 by becoming the first female recipient of the Jim Clark memorial award, which acknowledges achievements within the world of motorsport and the motoring industry.
Away from work Lee loves the countryside and the great outdoors, is a keen horse rider and patron of UK based charity ‘World Horse Welfare’, as well as a member at Blenheim Palace/National Trust Scotland.