The Team

Alex Crowther
Amanda Smith
Manager / F1 Lead
According to my parents, my third word ever to be spoken was "Schumacher!" Which I think sums up there really was no hope of me ever escaping a future without motorsport! Race weekends always involve a ton of caffeine and lots of reporting. As the lead Formula 1 reporter I’m excited to get the opportunity to write for the series boasted to be the pinnacle of motorsport, and with F1 constantly evolving it’ll be interesting to see where it goes.
Charli Andrews
Assistant Manager / Formula E Lead
I can’t remember when my passion for Motorsport sparked, but I do know I have my grandad and my dad to blame for it! Sundays always involved a roast dinner eaten in front of a race! Now, as Formula E correspondent, I am excited to see what the future of Motorsport will bring us. We have a lot to look forward to and I truly believe we’re living in a pivotal time of change for our sport.
Dailynn Parrish
I'm 24 I'm from Upton Wyoming. I'm your resident NASCAR analyst on all things NASCAR.
Kelly Thomas
WRX Lead / Social Media
My love for motorsport started when I was taken to my first Autograss meeting when I was 10 years old. From then on my passion for the sport as a whole grew, but I do have a particular soft spot for any category that involves a bit of ‘dirt’.
Jordan Bass
I've lived with the motorsport bug for my whole life. At least I think I have. I can't actually remember the time I caught it. But I can testify it's a hard one to kill because you fall in everlasting love with it. The word obsession comes to mind. F1 was my baby as a kid and still is, but my passion and knowledge has only grown more as I've become more aware of the wider motorsport world, to the dismay of my family and friends. This broadening of horizons is reflected in the series I cover. IndyCar and British Touring Cars are chalk and cheese, yet both are awesome.
Gary Jones
I can't remember a time in my life where I haven't loved motorsport. My first memories of it are both on TV watching the Senna / Prost era unfold and also at the races, mainly Donnington Park, watching the BTCC and F3 cars in the late 80's / early 90's. From there I began racing karts myself and still do to this day. I enjoy rmotorsport at all levels from the international series of F1, WEC, etc through to the national series such as BTCC, British GT and TCR UK,
Joseph Morel
If it moves and they race it, I'm interested. From watching short oval action at Wimbledon Stadium through Cornish hillclimbs and historic Bugattis on cobbles to Le Mans, I've watched and loved all sorts of motorsport. I've been writing for longer than that too, so the two were always going to come together eventually. As IMSA Lead, I'm getting more and more drawn to the renegade spirit in American racing and honouring its legendary sportscar scene. I report on one of the very finest closed-wheel championships anywhere and look forward to sharing the passion, competition and dedication to the fans that are the lifeblood of IMSA!
Jacob Ward
Moto2 Correspondent
I’m 24, welsh, and I love going fast on 2 or 4 wheels!
Ian Page
F3 Lead


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