The world of motorsport encompasses many forms of racing, whether it be on 2-wheels or 4. Not many people work in both industries, but Guenaelle Longy is one of the few who do. Having covered MotoGP, Le Mans and the inaugural FIA Motorsport Games, I spoke to her about her career in motorsport, achieving her […]Read More Guenaelle Longy: “That’s what I love most about my job: feeling and spreading great emotions”
The USA is known for its proud motorsport heritage from NASCAR to Indycar. Despite F1 not being as popular in the country as it is in other areas of the world, the lure of European racing is still strong for young drivers hoping to make it to the highest level of motorsport they can. Although […]Read More W Series Qualifiers: Who are the Americans and Canadians hoping to make the grid?
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…”
For many, working in motorsport is their lifelong dream, whereas for others, it is something they stumble upon, never knowing how much they would love it. Veronica Del Sole had no interest in racing as a child, yet after leaving university, began working for Moto2 team Forward Racing. I spoke to her about how working […]Read More Veronica Del Sole: ‘Motorsport captures you and you inevitably fall in love’
New Zealand has a famous motorsport heritage with rallying and racing, and boasts internationally-renowned drivers like Scott Dixon, Brendon Hartley, Mitch Evans amongst many more. It’s also a proving ground for the latest talent in the Toyota Racing Series NZ in which many European drivers take part. As a hot-bed for competition, it is no wonder […]Read More Sarah Byles: “Like many in motorsport, my role is very fluid. You muck in everywhere!”