One rule for one man, one rule for another

Penalties were, unsurprisingly, dished out at the Austin Grand Prix yesterday, and some where highly controversial. Some felt some penalties were unfair, while others felt that it was one rule for one man and one rule for another. "It's just one idiot steward who always makes the decisions up there against me." Max Verstappen During... Continue Reading →

Evan Davis: Fake news and b*llshit

"I work in the bullshit industry," Evan Davis begins telling a room full of budding journalists. "We're going to encounter a lot of bullshit." On Tuesday, I found myself sitting in a lecture from Davis. While he used the word 'bullshit' 124 times in the space of 85 minutes, the presenter of Newsnight and Dragon's... Continue Reading →

Suzuka and what it means now

The Japanese GP at Suzuka is known for so many things. It is the favourite track of multiple world champions, it has decided multiple titles, it has some of the most creative and entertaining fans...but it is also where we most recently lost a driver. The GP will always be a real racer's paradise, but... Continue Reading →

A prologue | Lifeline

Some of you may know that I have been working away on a book. I should probably refer to it by its name - Lifeline - but it feels slightly odd to type. Writing a novel has been strange and I am still very much in the dark. Anyhow, I wrote the prologue and thought... Continue Reading →

My motorsport bucket list

As some of you may have guessed, motorsport is a HUGE part of my life. Note the capitals. I am always being asked what my motorsport dreams and aspirations are, so I thought I would take a bit of time to write a post. Number 1: To have work published This is a really big... Continue Reading →

Living with anxiety and depression

Living with a mental illness is extremely tough. It is horrible, it is painful and, most of all, it is terribly confusing. The thing is, living with a mental illness is like riding one continuous roller coaster. One minute you're fine and the next you're in floods of tears, unable to leave the house for... Continue Reading →

My first holiday with friends

Sun, sea, sand, and plenty of cheap alcohol. Sounds like a pretty perfect combination, right? Well, my first 'proper' holiday with friends was huge amounts of fun, even if now I am currently nursing a bad throat infection (I had to Google what strep throat was once my doctor had told me). Yay. Anyhow, I... Continue Reading →

5 books you HAVE to read this summer

I have no shame in admitting that reading is a big hobby of mine. So, as holiday season looms, I thought I would pick five of my favourite reads to share with you. Enjoy! Driven, Toby Vintcent This book is a pool-side must. It is a thriller, a page-turner, an absolute gem of a book. Toby... Continue Reading →

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