Series 1: 4. Anyone with small children is likely to recognise her as the presenter of the hugely popular CBeebies Show, Catie’s Amazing Machines, although, much to the disappointment of her young fans, she will not be presenting a second series. It has been created so students don't miss out on their education or lag behind during the lockdown period. CBeebies' Grace shows off three amazing machines that can help other machines! I had an opportunity and I took it to do one rally, then another and then a Championship. “I was making the show and I was competing at the same time. The website will also feature guides supporting parents on how to educate their children. I feel like track racing has turned into engineering, it’s about the machines. There was a French rally team, that I drive for now, who said they wanted a female driver.
The machines are still amazing, but it looks as though they’re Grace’s this time around. “At 17, we went to a round of the European Rally Championship as spectators and the organisers said they needed more girls to get involved in the sport. “It just sort of happened really,” she replies with a laugh, when asked how she became a rally driver. Her passion for motor sports is down to her father Chris, who was a rally driver when he was younger and an instructor when she was growing up on the family farm in Kent. CBeebies' motorbike rider Grace shows off three amazing machines that all have tracks! More. Experts and teachers helped to create the platform, which will feature videos, quizzes, animation and several activities. It was, thankfully, just a minor set-back. The government and the BBC launched Bitesize Daily to provide virtual classes for affected students. As the presenter of CBeebies' Grace's Amazing Machines, she shows viewers some of the biggest and fastest machines while explaining how they operate and the roles of some of their parts. To show the pace we have done, on the budget we have, is really promising for the future. On iPlayer '," she recalls, looking mortified.
Catie Munnings is one of British motor sport's most exciting young talents, a rally driver who flings cars around mountain tracks and winding country roads for a living. Series for young children that celebrates many different kinds of amazing machines. "The examiner said to me: 'I can tell you can drive but I’m going to have to fail you because you pulled out in front of a bus at a roundabout. There is a new female championship coming soon and that’s great, motor sport is expensive and if that gives more opportunities for girls to drive and compete, but I feel the investment should be made on the girls who are already competing with the boys, who are on that level, to make sure you keep them there. Within six years, she served as an assistant headteacher. "The Darkness Are Soundtracking CBeebies", Catie Munnings interview: Why I had to give up CBeebies for rally driving, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Grace%27s_Amazing_Machines&oldid=983113511, 2010s British children's television series, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 12 October 2020, at 09:36. We organised a test and that was it. CBeebies' motorbike rider Grace shows off three amazing emergency machines. Vox pops with children share their thoughts on the vehicles.