Rebecca Jackson

Rebecca Jackson is a British television presenter, racing driver, entrepreneur, and motoring journalist. ackson set up a used car business called RJ Internet Showroom in 2007, selling budget cars for under £1000. This was started with £300 and a Vauxhall Cavalier. Jackson has built this up to a higher end company, RJ Prestige Cars, which includes Rolls Royce Jaguar and BMW in the stock list of cars for sale and also offers other services such as consultancy.
Jackson presented video reviews for CarBuyer with co-presenter Mat Watson reviewing features of new cars. In August 2014 she moved to Telegraph Cars. ITV4 debuted the consumer based car show I Want That Car in autumn of 2013. The show was a ten episode series where Jackson and CarBuyer co-presenter Mat Watson helped two buyers in each episode find the car they want within their budget. The show was not picked up again for a second series. It will involve the presenters finding and reviewing cars for the buyers as well as negotiating a selling price. During the 25th season of Fifth Gear, Jackson served as a “Guest Presenter” on the sixth episode where she and Tiff Needell took part in the Exeter Trial.








Mercedes GLA 45 AMG





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Porsche Cayenne

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Peugeot 2008


Mini JCW


2015 Audi RS3



Racing at 24 Hours of Le Mans is a dream of Jackson’s. At Autosport International 2013, she launched Project Le Mans, her four-year plan of competing in the endurance race. This plan involves winning the British Racing and Sports Car Club (BRSCC) Porsche Production Boxster class championship 2013, which she subsequently won, out of the four drivers in her class. In 2014, year 2, Jackson planned on competing in the higher Race Spec Porsche Boxster class and in year 3, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Challenge. The plan for 2016, the final year of the project is to be racing in the Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain and 24 Hours of Le Mans.


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Car Buyer reviews

I can’t stand that old and ugly boys always review cars. That’s far better.

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