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After retiring from motor racing, he established a career commenting on Grands Prix for the BBC.He had a reputation for tactical knowledge, technical insight, a dry sense of humour and criticism of drivers who, he believed, were not trying hard enough, which in the process brought him a whole new fanbase. He was inducted into the Motor Sport Hall of Fame on 29 January 2014.Hunt entered Formula One in 1973, driving a March 731 entered by the Hesketh Racing team.He went on to win for Hesketh, driving their own Hesketh 308 car, in both World Championship and non-Championship races, before joining the Mc Laren team at the end of 1975.However, he had a persistently rebellious personality; for example, his parents believed that he had started smoking from the age of 10, a habit he continued into adulthood, despite their attempts to persuade him to stop.He was prone to violent tantrums; as an adult, he acknowledged that he was quick tempered.James Hunt was born in Belmont, Surrey, the second child of Wallis (1922–2001), a stockbroker, and Sue Hunt.
As a child, Hunt was fascinated with animals and birds, and professed an intention of becoming a doctor, which his family supported.Hunt first learned to drive on a tractor on a farm in Pembrokeshire, Wales while on a family holiday, with instruction from the farm's owner, but he found changing gears frustrating because he lacked the required strength.Hunt also took up skiing in 1965 in Scotland and made plans for further ski trips.Hunt won several races and achieved regular high placed finishes which led to the British Guild of Motoring Writers awarding him a Grovewood Award as one of the three drivers to have promising careers.Hunt was involved in a controversial incident with Dave Morgan during a battle for second position in the Formula Three Daily Express Trophy race at Crystal Palace on 3 October 1970.
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In his first race at Snetterton, Hunt had lost 15 hp from an incorrect engine ignition setting but managed to finish 5th.