Work for us

Interested in writing about the F1 stars of the future? We are looking for talent in 2022. So if you have writing experience and want to join F1 Feeder Series as an editor, drop us a line!

Right now we have these openings:

TRS editor

After a year off due to the pandemic, the Toyota Racing Series is back and we’re looking for an editor to cover it! As the dedicated TRS editor you’ll be conducting interviews with drivers, team reps and the organisation as well as write takeaways from racing weekends.

The editor we are looking for preferably lives in New Zealand as that’s where the championship takes place in January and February of 2023. If all goes well you can stay on for the rest of the year and cover other championships. The new TRS editor will also be responsible for the Australian F3 and S5000 coverage.

The position comes without pay, but the experience you gain and the network you create, more than make up for that. We actively help you develop into a real motorsport journalist that eventually moves on to a job at the biggest motorsport websites around. Several of our previous editors have gone on to paying jobs in (motorsport) journalism and pr.

Email us at editorial@f1feederseries.com. and tell us why you should be our TRS editor and what your previous experience is.

Danish F4 editor

Danish F4 is not FIA sanctioned so it doesn’t provide Super License points, but drivers can start racing in the series from 14 years old; an advantage compared to FIA-certified series. That has opened the door in recent years to the likes of Juju Noda and Emmo Fittipaldi Jr.

As the Danish F4 editor you will be holding interviews, write in-depth articles and pro-actively create a network. If you live in Denmark that great, but it’s not a necessity. Your English has to be impeccable. Our new Danish F4 editor will also cover Formula Open Finland and Formula Nordic.

The position comes without pay, but the experience you gain and the network you create, more than make up for that. We actively help you develop into a real motorsport journalist that eventually moves on to a job at the biggest motorsport websites around. Several of our previous editors have gone on to paying jobs in (motorsport) journalism and pr.

Email us at editorial@f1feederseries.com. and tell us why you should be our Danish F4 editor and what your previous experience is.

Social media admin

Since F1 Feeder Series is a social-first platform we take our social endeavours seriously! And that’s why we are looking for a dedicated social media admin who’s passionate about junior single-seaters. Click here for more info on the opening.

Copy editor

To make sure F1 Feeder Series’ content is up to the highest standards, we are looking for a copy editor. What you’ll be doing: proofreading text to improve clarity and readability; identifying obvious contradictions, gaps, or confusing statements; correcting spelling and punctuation errors; and more. You will have a big influence on the quality of the final product.

F1FS Live editor

In 2022 we started a separate Twitter account to bring you live coverage of as many junior single-seater series as we can. And to live up to that promise we are looking to expand our team of live Twitter heroes. Do you love feeder series, live on social media, have lots of free time on weekends and pursue a career in motorsport journalism? Email us asap!

Try us

We’re always on the lookout for talented writers, so if you don’t fit into the above category but you think you are a great fit anyway, let us know!

We can’t pay you, but we can help you develop your skills here, and you can make a name for yourself in the online motorsport world, expand your network, interview drivers and possibly go to races. Several of our editors have gone on to earn promotions to paid jobs in (motor)sport media and PR.

Important:

  • You are fluent in written and spoken English (but you don’t have to live in the UK or US)
  • You have time to write on a regular basis (so not just once or twice a month)
  • You are proactive
  • You don’t just like writing, you want to become a journalist

Well, what are you waiting for? Email us at editorial@f1feederseries.com. and tell us why you want to join F1 Feeder Series.