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Budding F1 reporter sought for British Grand Prix

Are you a fan of motor racing, imbued with F1 fever, keen to share your thoughts on the sport and see your name in lights? Then read on, because Crash.net and Red Bull Reporter could have just the opportunity you're looking for...
Roaring machines, red-hot pit girls and thousands of spectators – that's F1, one of the most supreme, exacting and exciting disciplines in sport, and courtesy of Red Bull Reporter, you now have the chance to get up-close-and-personal, grab a slice of the action first-hand and report back on it!

When Red Bull Racing return to Silverstone for the British Grand Prix from 9-11 July, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber will be bidding to replicate their dominant one-two finish from twelve months earlier to regain the momentum in the topsy-turvy 2010 title chase

Red Bull Reporter won't miss any of the action on-site, and for its latest assignment is looking for an aspiring writer and motorsport fan to cover the grand prix – with the lucky winner being given the money-can't-buy opportunity to get a taste of the high-octane world that is F1, participate in various media activities over the course of the weekend and also report exclusively on the fan culture at the campsite.

To apply, you need to write a mid-season review – between 300 and 500 words in length – after this weekend's European Grand Prix in Valencia and submit your article to the Red Bull Reporter website at http://www.redbullreporter.com by the end of the day on Monday, 28 June.

The chosen reporter will subsequently see their review published in a special edition of the Red Bull Racing newsletter that will be distributed at Silverstone, and their report from the British Grand Prix will be showcased exclusively here on Crash.net following the event.

Red Bull Reporter is a nationwide search to find the best aspiring music, culture and sports writers, filmmakers, presenters and photographers to send them off to report from behind-the-scenes at major international events and interview Red Bull athletes all over the world.

If you're keen to show off your skills and bag this rare behind-the-scenes opportunity, click here to find out more and post your entry.




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Alan D - Unregistered

June 24, 2010 11:55 PM

"Red Bull Reporter is a nationwide search to find the best YOUNG music, culture and sports writers, filmmakers, presenters and photographers...." I don't believe the Red Bull site makes any mention of it being aimed at "young" people. I think it refers to "aspiring" rather than "young".



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