Earlier this month, I was incredibly honoured to get the opportunity to speak to Jessica Hawkins.
Hi everyone! Enjoy today’s post! The video says it all, so I guess that’s pretty much it! Thank you! 🙂 Here it is: On The
Almost five months ago, I made my first draft for this post after interviewing F1 journalist and presenter Will Buxton. I kept pushing it aside, postponing, editing through the 2,500 words of quotes I had on the topic, scrapping the work that I had done in pursuit of something better.
Hey, everyone! Today’s post is an interview with Jennie Gow, motorsport presenter and journalist
Today’s post is a Q&A with the one and only Matt Bishop, Chief Communications Officer at Aston Martin Cognizant Formula 1 Team.
Roles in motorsport – whatever the field – have always deeply fascinated me. Including that of motorsport commentary, which is what I’m writing about today.
Today, I have a special post for you all! It’s about Formula 1 CFD [computational fluid dynamics] engineer Donna Law.
Hello, everyone! Today’s article is an interview with the fantastic Marshall Pruett – IndyCar expert and Editor-At-Large at RACER magazine.
Today I have an exciting post for you all – an interview with the marvellous Rachel Brookes! While Rachel holds a few roles at Sky, her primary position is as a presenter for Sky Sports F1.
The first female driver to compete in an F1 race was Maria Teresa de Filippis back in 1958, eight years after F1’s inaugural championship season. Filippis made 3 Grands Prix starts and 5 entries in her F1 career, with two race retirements and one tenth-place finish. The years have gone by since, and while other women have taken part in F1 races, there has still never been a full-time female F1 driver.