Motorsport Journalism Course

  • No time to retrain at university?
  • Need to find your niche as a journalist?
  • Want to build a blog that brings in money?

This course is designed to help you realise your dream of becoming a motorsport journalist. No matter what people say, a career in this industry isn’t down to luck. It’s down to the right knowledge and a lot of hard work. You’ll get feedback from me, a working motorsport journalist, to help you achieve your dream and stay on track.

Why the grid girl debate is far more complex than we think

I find this argument about grid girls very tricky and I don’t think it’s as simple as yes we should have them or no we shouldn’t. I recently spoke about it on BBC radio and I think the host wanted me to take a stance one way or the other but I couldn't....

Five reasons why racing drivers need PR

PR helps you to establish a rapport between your brand and the public. For large businesses, this can be as complex as community relations, crisis management and media events but, for the most part, it’s much more simple for a racing driver or team.

Sales basics for racing drivers

If you don’t have a sales background this can be really tricky and if you’re not used to getting on the phone and pestering people, it’s going to be even harder to get in touch with those that truly could benefit from what you’re doing.

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