Why a career in motorsport?

Why a career in motorsport? I’ve been asked the above question so many times in my life and, since starting university, it has become more and more frequent. While my friends are wanting to persue a career in photojournalism or presenting, I’m adamant that I’ll follow the path of writing and Tweeting about motorsport for […]

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Flick Haigh: “When you put the helmet on there is no difference between men and women”

Flick Haigh made headlines recently when she became the first woman to win an outright British GT race. Her success in the first round at Oulton Park proved significant for the 31-year-old who started racing by sheer chance 11 years earlier. The rising star has a degree in International Equine and Agricultural Business Management but […]

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Tatiana Calderon on F1, racing, and why girls don’t need a separate championship

Since its creation, motorsport has been considered a man’s world. But, as we progress in the 21st century, various initiatives and individuals are striving to change that. One person who is trying to break the stereotypes is Tatiana Calderon, a Colombian-born racing driver who is impressing fans and critics alike, both on and off the […]

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Who we should be watching in 2018

It’s that time of year again. Well done for making it through the four-month Formula 1 off-season. Congratulations for surviving the lack on-track action. Now, the fun and games really do kickstart again as the F1 circus rolls into Melbourne for the first race of the 2018 championship. While the front runners are perhaps predicable, […]

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