„There can never be another Murray Walker. We will try to enjoy Formula One and motor racing without him, but it will never be the same. Unless I am mistaken, we've lost an institution.“

—  Murray Walker, About, Martin Brundle — reported in Gary Emmerson (December 31, 2000) "The Express: Bye bye motor mouth Murray", The Express.
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