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The RPM team

About RPM Motorsport

Tyndall Productions Limited, (the parent company of RPM Motorsport), has been in business since 1984. Founded by Alan ‘Plum’ Tyndall and his wife Lynn, it initially traded as a Public Relations Company but with Alan’s extensive experience as a motorsport commentator, writer, and competitor, he steered his business towards independent television production in the early ‘90s, naturally specialising in all forms of Irish motorsport.

Alan has been a former Press Officer for the Belfast City Council, the Northern Ireland Sports Council, and a Director of a Dublin based PR Company, Holden Communications. Tyndall PR was formed with clients such as Irish Shell, Irish Dunlop, Fisher Engineering, Hewlett Packard, Toshiba, Ulster Television, and RTE.

The Company expanded into independent television production in 1988 and by 1991 it had become exclusively television orientated when the RPM MOTORSPORTS series was created. RPM MOTORSPORT enjoyed an uninterrupted run on Ulster Television for twenty-three years and was seen in over 170 countries.

Although the series ceased in 2014 Tyndall Productions continues to make RPM SPECIALS on Irish motorsporting subjects, which are shown on UTV, TG4, Motors TV and Setanta Sports.

The Team

Alan 'Plum' Tyndall

Alan 'Plum' Tyndall

Alan Tyndall has been a television broadcaster and journalist for over thirty-five years. He is a former Grand Prix Commentator, Saloon Car Racing Champion and he has had four books published on motoring subjects.

Lynn Tyndall

Lynn Tyndall

Lynn Tyndall, Alan's long standing Wife, is in charge of accounts, credit control, personnel, and logistics.

Patrick Tyndall

Patrick Tyndall

Patrick Tyndall, a former employee, is an internationally renowned freelance cameraman, working on Grand Prix, World Rally Championship, MotoGP, World Tennis, World Cup Football, and many other international sporting fixtures.

Chris Tyndall

Chris Tyndall

Christopher Tyndall, also a former employee, freelances in production and camera work. He is a Producer with North One who provide the MotoGP coverage for BT Sports, and he also does camera work for the World Rally Championship, International Ladies Tennis, and cycling coverage for Century TV.