About: Cameron Kelleher

From humble beginnings as a cub reporter on the local newspaper circuit in Adelaide to the inhuman race that if Formula One, via the viper pit of Fleet Street, it is a path well-travelled. It was wunderlust which brought him to England in 1986. Despite several trips home since, he has resisted to temptation to up sticks and return to his roots for good. For now. Never in danger of wearing the Baggy Green cap of his homeland, he nonetheless follows cricket with a passion. His favourite spectator sport is the English at play. The journalism journey, started as a cadetship Australia, led to 11 years in Fleet Street on the subs desk at the The Times, Sunday Times, The Independent, rising to Deputy Sports Editor of the Daily Mail. From newspapers, his ‘pastures new’ was the Formula One paddock as Communications Director for Stewart Grand Prix and Jaguar Racing where the likes of Sir Jackie Stewart, Johnny Herbert, Eddie Irvine and Rubens Barrichello tested his mettle and his driving abilities. After a stint with global sports agencies, communications and marketing consultancy beckoned in F1, World Superbikes, MotoGP, the PGA European Tour, Champions League and the Volvo Ocean Race and a lot more besides. He currently resides in London and finds time to keep himself off the streets by updating FunnyPeculiar when he can.

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