Launching Get Paid to Race at MotorsportDays.LIVE was a fantastic experience. The show was a great chance to meet people, experience some fantastic race cars and sell a few books to boot.
Motorsport doesn’t usually offer a normal nine-to-five schedule. You’ll work long hours, weekends and evenings. As with any job, sometimes you’ll be around people you love, sometimes you won’t. The work can be physical and demanding. You’ll get tired and drink too much coffee. Sometimes you’ll feel battered and bruised.
The Ginetta Junior Scholarship offers one of the biggest prizes in UK motorsport. The competition is fierce so here’s some advice on how to prepare.
Get Paid to Race will launch at Silverstone during the MotorsportDays.LIVE event on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd November. This is the perfect event to launch a book designed to help racing drivers land the biggest sponsorship deal of their careers. The...
I set out to up my LinkedIn sales game by learning from everyone else’s mistakes. I created a message template that gave obvious benefit to the prospect, explained exactly what I could do and gave a firm call to action. This template helped me to make £21,000 from one client.
Building your brand is an important part of your career in motorsport. It doesn’t matter if you’re a racing driver, business owner, or someone looking for another career in the industry. Your brand helps people to identify with you and tells the world where you fit in.