Introducing the trio who will be casting their judgement on the cohort of contestants challenging for Formula E's Open Talent Call for Presenters.
"It's really important to be able to widen access to this industry. I can't wait to see who we discover along the way."
Maya Jama joins the judging panel and boasts an impressive array of expertise. After starting in the industry as a teenager, she has gone on to present a host of shows across BBC One, BBC Radio 1, Channel 4, ITV and MTV in the UK.
"As a racing driver - and as someone with a deep interest in content creation and the influencer world - I understand how competitive a career in sport can be and the perseverance, dedication and passion required to find opportunities to break into the industry."
Daniel Abt lines up on the judging panel for the Open Talent Call. A race-winner in Formula E, Abt turned the camera on himself to bring motorsport fans closer to the action. The German racer has amassed a large following on YouTube, Instagram and Tiktok.
“I'm excited to be working with Formula E acknowledging, developing and supporting young, rising talent. For the contestants, this will be an amazing opportunity to be part of the motorsports community and be recognised for their talents with the goal of becoming a presenter or commentator."
Vietnamese professional athlete and LGBTQ activist Amazin LeThi is the final personality to join the judging panel. Since retiring as a weightlifter, Amazin has sought to harness sport's power for change to campaign for LGBTQ equality and uses her influence to help support LGBTQ youth who are going through difficulties of their own.