Google+ Jack Leslie F1: Projects

Projects

This page lists the major projects I have been involved in during my journalism and media career so far. 

Recent Projects
Motorsport Week was formerly known as Grand Prix Times but was relaunched in January 2017. I covered a whole host of motorsport championships, from Formula 1 to Formula E, NASCAR to MotoGP, and also contributed to its sister title - Motorsport Monday magazine. 

Website: https://www.motorsportweek.com/
Car Throttle is one of the world's biggest online car brands. After completing two weeks' work experience with Car Throttle in 2013 I joined as a freelancer shortly after, focusing on F1, gaming and motorsport coverage until 2017.

Website: http://www.carthrottle.com/
 
F1 Strategy Report delves into all of the major strategic stories to emerge from each F1 weekend. I wrote the reports from 2015 to 2017. The F1 Strategy Report is also accompanied by its own podcast, which I have appeared on several times. 

Website: http://www.f1strategyreport.com/
Autosport is arguably the world's biggest and most well-respected motorsport website and magazine. I joined the Autosport Academy in March 2016 and started freelancing for them shortly after. 

Website: http://www.autosport.com/
WTF1 is a website that focuses on the funny, odd and unusual aspects of motorsport, featuring news articles, lists, quizzes, memes and more. I joined the website in 2016 and spent a year contributing to it.


Other:
Carwow: http://www.carwow.co.uk - Automotive writer from September 2016 to May 2017.
About: http://formula1.about.com/ - F1 Expert from August 2015 to June 2016. 
The QH: Sports Editor of the University of Westminster's student newspaper for 2015/2016. 
Richland F1: http://richlandf1.com/ - Senior writer from March 2012 to December 2015. 
RumbleStripNews: http://rumblestripnews.com/ - Contributor from March 2014 to December 2015. 

Internships: Car Throttle, Autosport, Richard James, Wareable, Carwow

Some website URLs may no longer exist. Check out my portfolio page to see more.

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