Frank Page, the well respected motoring journalist, began his career in 1952 at Garage And Motor Agent magazine. He went on to work for many of the top motoring publications of the day, reporting on cars, motorbikes and safety issues. He wrote for The Daily Telegraph, and was the motoring editor at The Mail on Sunday between 1982 and 1985. He was a contributor and presenter on the BBC's Top Gear program between 1980 and 1989. Here he excelled with his vast knowledge of all things motoring, and his calm, composed yet assured presentation. A former chairman of the Guild of Motoring Writers, his interests included theatre, motorsport and jazz. Frank Page died on Saturday 9th August 2014 from septicemia, aged 84. He was married to Sam for 44 years, and had three children.
Name: Frank Page
Known for: Top Gear