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Writers sought for exciting motorsport news website
Writers are sought to join the team of the V8 Times, the British approach to the V8 Supercar Championship. The V8 Times provides news, features, interviews and columns from within the world of the V8 Supercar Championship.
By: V8 Times
Initially launched in a trial format in 2011 to assess feasibility, the short term success was evident, and as such 2013 sees the formal launch of the V8 Times.
With an aim to deliver good quality content for all aspects of the Australian V8 Supercar Championship primarily for British fans, the V8 Times is looking for writers and journalists to join the team, and help push the V8 times forward
Whereas we would prefer those with an interest in motorsport, we welcome anyone with a desire to write articles for publication by the V8 Times.
Whether you’re a V8 Supercar fan, a journalism student, an experienced writer or a pure lover of motorsport - please get in touch if you would like to write for the V8 Times.
At present the V8 Times is unable to offer remuneration for any articles published, but we will always provide a full credit for the piece, and will happily provide references for any writers whose work we have published.
If you are interested in joining, or wish to find out more information about the project, please get in touch via E-Mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About V8 Times
The V8 Times is a website to showcase news, features and content from the world of the V8 Supercar Championship, as well as associated series, teams, drivers and such like.
On seeing a void in the dedicated British coverage of the very popular racing series, the V8 Supercar Championship, the V8 Times was launched to fill the void, and deliver quality, informative coverage of the series.