Full-time professional freelance F1 journalist
WHAT JOE DOES
BOOKSJoe has written a number of books on different subjects and won the Renault UK Author of the Year Award in 2007 for "The Grand Prix Saboteurs", a story about 1920s racing drivers who became British secret agents in the French Resistance. He has also written “The Man who Caught Crippen”, a non-racing book, plus several volumes of "Fascinating F1 Facts".
consultingYears of F1 experience have provided insights into the way the sport works. Such knowledge and understanding can be helpful for those who are new to the F1 jungle, or to help existing F1 organisations get an alternative view on how best to do things. All consultation is confidential and can be covered by NDAs.
speakingTalking about the sport, and making it easy to understand, is not always straightforward but experience helps. Perhaps you are looking for someone who knows about the sport and can put it into words in an informative and entertaining manner?
writingThere is a lot more writing in the sport than just news, reports and features. Writing non-editorial promotional material without crediting the author can be an attractive option for organisations across the board in the sport. It's a different kind of story-telling, but it still needs to be told.