Jacques Schulz (born April 1, 1967 in Heidelberg, Germany) is a German sports commentator who commentated on Formula One in Germany between 1996 and 2012.

Formula One commentating careerEdit

In 1993, Schulz began his Formula One commentating career by commentating races for Eurosport in Germany, and moved to the German channel DF1 for 1996, along with Swiss Formula One driver Marc Surer. His first Formula One commentary was at the 1996 German Grand Prix and his last was the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix, coinciding Michael Schumacher's final race. In February 2013, he announced his withdrawal from commentating for personal reasons. He was replaced by Sascha Roos.

After Formula OneEdit

Two months later after his withdrawal, he went on to commentate for the German ADAC GT Masters alongside Patrick Simon.

Other sports commentariesEdit

In 2006 and 2007, he commentated live broadcasts of the races of the NASCAR Nextel Cup, which were also shown at Premiere. Experts Klaus Graf and Christian Kuhn were his co-commentators.

In 2008, he also commentated on individual races of the NASCAR Sprint Cup races, as well as on the Formula 1 free weekends, as well as the IndyCar Series. In the winter of 2009/10, he also occasionally commentated ice hockey games for Sky Deutschland.

In 2011, Schulz commentated on the Race of Champions from Düsseldorf on Sat.1.

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