Who we are
The team at TouringCars.Net represent expert touring car journalists who are dedicated to providing you with the most comprehensive touring car coverage.
Working with TouringCars.Net
At TouringCars.Net we pride ourselves on forming a strong team of individuals who can thrive and learn from each other’s experiences.
Getting started in the world of motorsport journalism is not easy; it can be difficult to stand out and make an impression. We are committed to making sure we develop all of our journalists where necessary, providing an environment and culture that seeks continual progression.
All TouringCars.Net journalists receive ample feedback on their contributions throughout the editorial stage, with numerous internal guides, tools and systems to ensure we can continue to deliver the best touring car content as a publication.
To begin with, TouringCars.Net can offer you the chance of attending motorsport events up close, getting under the skin of championships and working as fully accredited media with a contribution to your expenses in doing the job.
No matter your level of experience, if you’re looking at getting into motorsport journalism it’s well worth getting in contact.
We’re always on the lookout for new talent and ways in which to help new reporters get a foothold in an exciting environment.
TouringCars.Net are currently looking for enthusiastic reporters to work on championships throughout Europe and Asia.
If you would like to discuss being a part of the team and the benefits which we can offer to you, get in touch.
We are currently looking for an enthusiastic correspondent to support with the delivery of our British Touring Car Championship coverage. This role will require attendance at various UK circuits and therefore a driving licence and car would be beneficial. The ability to write high-quality and timely articles is essential.
If you are interested in joining the team, please fill in the short form below or email [email protected].
Andrew founded TouringCars.Net in 2010 and currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief. He reports on the BTCC, WTCC and TCR and is most at home when at a race track or when gardening at home.
Alex joined TouringCars.Net in 2015 and currently serves as the Germany Editor, reporting predominantly on the DTM and TCR Germany Series. Alex also takes an interest in touring car racing in general, and has occasionally reported on the BTCC and other TCR series.
Damian currently serves as TouringCars.Net’s regular BTCC reporter, writing about the UK’s premier motorsport. He also writes for Autosport as part of their young talent programme.