Formula1News.co.uk is always interested in working with new contributors and freelancers.
When working with contributors, we seldom accept news articles. Instead, we prefer pitches and submissions which primarily consist of opinions and analysis.
Such articles can be on anything related to F1, including the driver market, technical analysis, regulations, and the commercial side of the sport.
We aim to keep an open mind when considering pitches and completed articles from contributors, but we do have some requirements:
- Opinion and analysis articles must be at least 300 words long
- Headlines should be no longer than 90 characters
- All content should be written in British English
- All claims must be substantiated and backed up
- The article must make a clear, coherent argument
If you’d like to contribute an article to Formula1News.co.uk, please send your pitch or completed article to Editor@Formula1news.co.uk. We will get back to you within 48 hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be paid for my article?
We usually don’t pay for submissions from contributors, but we can sometimes make an exception for exclusive content or submissions which are of very high quality.
Please discuss this with the editor before your article is published.
How long will it take for my article to be published?
It can take anywhere from a few hours to a week for your article to go live on our site.
This ultimately depends on the workload of our editor and whether or not your submission needs to be sent back for material changes.
Do you have any full-time writing roles?
We are always looking for talented news writers to join our team. Please get in touch with us for more information.