Many careers begin out of passion, and for Oana Popoiu, this was absolutely the case. Her love of F1 stemmed from her youth, and despite growing apart from the sport, her interest was reignited as she grew older. Oana started interacting with other fans on online forums in a time before Facebook and Twitter, and […]Read More Oana Popoiu: “if you are at the beginning of your career, there is still space for you”
When the first Formula E season was launched in 2014 it not only gave teams and drivers a new challenge in their careers, but for young journalists, it gave them a chance to get involved with a new motorsport series where they could be seen on a par with other journalists, with no one having […]Read More Katy Fairman: “It’s the cars, the people, the places: I feel like the luckiest person around at every single race I attend”
Germany and Italy are 2 of the nations most associated with motorsport powerhouses in Formula One, and so it is no surprise that there are many racers from these countries involved in W Series and hoping to both make it to the 2019 grid, and hopefully in the future to prestigious championships such as F1. […]Read More W Series Qualifiers: Who are the German, Italian and Swiss racers aiming to make the final 18?
Automotive journalism can be a very detailed and complicated world with writers having to be incredibly knowledgeable about new and vintage cars alike. Add to this trying to navigate the F1 paddock and all the goings on both on and off track, and it can be quite a juggle. I spoke to Rebeca Alvarez about […]Read More Rebeca Alvarez: “I never had any doubt… journalism was the one and only option”
The motorsport industry, as with other sports, is known for being male-dominated. However, with women working in the majority of areas, it’s important that these inspiring people are showcased to allow young girls to aspire to work there. A part of the industry where we do see such women is in the media. Natalie Pinkham […]Read More Natalie Pinkham: “I want a world where my little girl knows she has all the same opportunities as her big brother”
Italy’s Serie A is known as one of Europe’s big 5 leagues, along with the Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga. One of the things the country is most famous for is its football as well as its passionate fans. Rossella Marrai-Ricco’s Italian family were all football fans and so it played […]Read More Rossella Marrai-Ricco: “I am lucky I have been able to combine my two passions together”
The number of females on some of the longest running football shows in the UK is one of the hot topics of the moment. We are slowly seeing an increase in the number of women being given a chance in the industry, a clear step in the right direction when it comes to women being […]Read More Rachel Stringer: “Fail to prepare, prepare to fail…”