As a Mechanical Engineering graduate, Sabré Cook has a great knowledge of the detail and technology used in racing cars, however she is not only an engineer, but has a very successful racing career too. I spoke to her in October ahead of competing in the final of the Infiniti Engineering Academy, racing in the […]Read More Sabré Cook: “To be a great driver, it takes a lot more than being fast”
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?
IndyCar is one of the most famous motorsport series in the world, however it doesn’t stand alone when it comes the single seater racing in the US. Sabre Cook has been aiming to race in IndyCar for many years and this year has competed in the Cooper Tires USF2000 series which runs alongside IndyCar, as well […]Read More Sabre Cook: “I’m proud that I’m able to represent women in motorsport”
The USA is known for its proud motorsport heritage having hosted series such as NASCAR and IndyCar for decades. The NHRA Championship Drag Racing contains several sub-categories meaning those working in the championship have a lot to juggle. When it comes to those reporting on it, journalists such as Amanda Busick must have knowledge of […]Read More Amanda Busick: “Having the trust of our drivers to share sometimes the most intimate parts of their journey is something I am very proud of”
When it comes to motorsport, the USA is known for it’s high-profile and prestigious championships such as NASCAR and IndyCar, however before drivers can reach these, they much compete in junior series and categories to perfect and hone their craft. Georgia Henneberry works with USAC (United States Auto Club) covering some of these lower formulae, […]Read More Georgia Henneberry: “It’s almost like a personal race to me to see how I can grow and develop as a journalist”