Big name signings Murray Walker and Mark Webber join the 12 strong lineup of presenters and experts due to hit UK television screens when Channel 4 take over Formula One coverage in Australia on March 20th. With the BBC ending its coverage of the premier open wheel series three years early due to cost cutting measures, Channel 4 stepped in to fill the void and promised UK TV viewers a fresh new viewing experience as it aims to brighten up the show ahead of the new season. With the opening round of the FIA Formula One Word Championship only weeks away the channel have now revealed the full extent of its on screen team, featuring some surprise inclusions not least of which is the return of legendary Grand Prix commentator Murray Walker and new BBC Top Gear host and former team owner Eddie Jordan. BBC lead commentator Ben Edwards and Scottish sidekick David Coulthard make the switch from BBC alongside pitlane reporter Lee McKenzie. Former MotoGP presenter Susie Perry will not be returning to British screens and is replaced by TV celebrity Steve Jones, joining the new look team alongside Grand Prix star Mark Webber and former Williams Test Driver, Susie Wolff. Other notable names from the world of motorsport involved in the new season coverage include 4 time World Champion Alain Prost, Formula E pilots Bruno Senna and Karun Chandhok and part-time British Touring Car driver Nicolas Hamilton. Channel 4 will host 10 live races (minus add breaks) during 2016 with a highlights package for the remaining 11 events. What do you think of the new F1 presentation team for the switch to Channel 4 this season? Let us know in the comments section below!