To all visitors new and old, welcome to the site. The F1 Broadcasting Blog was set up in April 2012, with the original intention to just cover Formula 1, hence the name.
As a 25-year-old BSc Computing graduate, I have never worked in motor sport, this website is an outlet for me to give my opinions. My opinions are based on watching and listening to motor sport for the past 18 years. It does not mean I am correct, the clue being the word ‘blog’. A good old fashioned debate is welcome: I encourage all comments, as this helps the website thrive. As time has progressed, the website has expanded to cover series such as MotoGP and Formula E.
With over one million hits in four years, there is a lot of interest on the broadcasting side of things, the numbers only continue to grow. I post on Digital Spy and Autosport Forums, if you recognise the posting style, that is where you recognise it from!
I have also written once for F1 Fanatic at the beginning of 2013. As alluded to above, I studied at Coventry University from 2011 to 2015, and am now working within the Computing industry. You are more than welcome to reach out to me, either in the comments section or via any of the following platforms:
– thef1broadcastingblog at gmail dot com
Last updated on September 3rd, 2016.