No idea how to grow your motorsport blog?
Want to get some income from your hobby?
This short course will teach you to set up and manage your blog, make the most of the tools available to you, build your portfolio and turn what you love into paying work.
Whether you want to be a motoring journalist, are desperate to interview racing drivers or a living, or simply want to share your thoughts about motorsport online, this course will help.
I'm a journalist, and I am regularly called upon to write for automotive and motorsport magazines. I have written for the likes of Metro, DriveTribe, The Gentleman's Journal, Jaguar Land Rover, Peugeot, The Checkered Flag, Motorsport Days and more. I still occasionally pitch for work but am in that wonderful place were most of my work comes to me.
Over the years working in motorsport, I’ve also developed an approach to sponsorship that has a great success rate. I now work regularly with drivers to help them find sponsorship and am dedicated to getting more people on track. On top of this, I want to help people find their dream career in motorsport.
As for the out-of-work stuff, I like V8s, high heels and strong cups of tea. Race tracks are my happy place. Oh, and I make videos about cars.
"The support has been incredible, Jess is willing to help the students and alumni of her course in any way that she can."
- Heidi Wolff, Motorsport Journalism Course
"I think the info on creating a content calendar is particularly useful - it will really help me to keep a handle on things and stay disciplined!"
- David Inglis
"I've enjoyed the course so far and am looking forward to the new material. Its somewhat odd doing a course that's enjoyable - I used to dread them."
- Jack Vodden, Motorsport Journalism course