Having first shown an interest in motorsport journalism back in 2013, Katy has been given an array of incredible opportunities and proved herself to be one of the brightest motorsport journalists of the future.
“Katy’s way of thinking and writing is mesmerising” – Sauber Formula 1 Team, January 2017.
Being a passionate motor racing fan for many years, Katy decided to create a blog during a break from her A Levels and has not looked back since.
Her work has been printed in many British newspapers including The Times, The Independent, Sunday Express and City AM as well as recently having her articles published online with the likes of Forbes and the BBC. Although freelancing for such a variety of publications, Katy always finds herself drawn back to her blog: the place it all began.
Here she enjoys sharing exclusive interviews, features on various subjects in motorsport and opinionated pieces that have lead to her gaining a large and loyal audience of her work.
In addition to her writing, Katy also enjoys travelling. Having spent time in the Formula 1 paddock at both Hungary and Belgium for work opportunities in 2015, Katy has also been to other European locations such as Paris and Monaco with championships like the all-electric Formula E series.
“I’d gone from blogging in my bedroom to being sat opposite Alain Prost and Prince Albert at the Casino de Monte-Carlo in just 18 months”
With such evident passion behind every piece of writing, Katy has been able to take on bigger projects year on year. At the start of January she was able to visit the Autosport International Show, her third consecutive visit as a media accredited journalist, where she was able to discuss future plans for the year and meet with many influential figures within the motorsport world.
To follow Katy and her year in motorsport, be sure to stay updated through this about page or you can find her through Twitter at this link.
Last updated 19:49 on Sunday 15th January 2017.