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Do you fancy becoming a grid girl?

Having run a number of competitions in the past trying to find grid girls for race teams, its clear to see that there are plenty of people out there looking for the chance to carry out promotional work at motorsport events – and plenty of teams looking for that ideal woman.

As a result, Crash Classifieds has stepped in to help, with a new section aimed specifically at grid girls and promotional models.

The new section will allow potential models to reach an audience of 1.5 million visitors a month, and the best part is, placing an advert is absolutely free for a limited time!

Potential models can upload up to four pictures with their free advert and all contact details will remain private, as the system will allow any enquiries to be e-mailed automatically.

It's easy enough to set up an advert, and could well open the door to regular work in the motorsport paddock.

Alternatively, if you're a team and need to add a bit of glamour to your team on a race weekend, the new section may be right up your street.

If you'd like to place an advert, or if you are a team looking to find a grid girl, then simply go to GRID GIRLS and follow the simple instructions.


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turnip - Unregistered

June 12, 2009 8:02 AM

Do you want to be objectified? Are you more concerned that people appreciate you for what you look like as compared to your actual personality? Then this BS is the way forward for you - you might even be the next Jordan! And you wont have to get a proper job...

turnip - Unregistered

June 12, 2009 12:31 PM

@ andrewmn Umm no Im a bloke who just understands theres more to women, and people in general for that matter than just looks. Although before you make any more baseless accusations I do have a pretty wife, but she didnt get the gig based on her looks rather her personality and intellect. Why should we devalue these poor girls by objectifying them based upon their looks alone? Im surprised serious sponsors lower themselves to using this tawdry form of advertising, maybe they are purposely targeting the lowest common denominator, I.E. the low IQ neanderthals who think women in skimpy clothes being leared at, equals glamour.



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