I felt like the hunted, like I was doing just enough to keep the beast at bay each lap until I had them worked out. I’d work out its sound; its call to the others, my senses now in tune with the nature of the beast I was ready.
As the sun sinks behind race control, flickering rays of light over the start finish straight cast silhouettes into turn one, then reappear for one last hurrah before surrendering itself to the horizon making way for night fall. The scene is as breathtaking as the racing. Sebring International raceway, home of the famous and gruelling … Continue reading Super Sebring Part One – Chasing the sunset
The last week of May saw me take a huge leap into the unknown. After almost nine years on the bank in the UK, I was about to marshal abroad for the first time. Not only that but at the most iconic and fearsome circuit in the world, the Nurburgring Nordschleife, and for a 24 … Continue reading Welcome to the Green Hell
Easter weekend normally sees me in one of two locations; on a rugby pitch or at Oulton Park for the British GT's! This year, I pushed myself outside my comfort zone and headed to Silverstone for the World Endurance Championship's six hour race. As I was only able to travel down to the circuit on … Continue reading A Weekend Away at WEC
First of all, Happy New Year! The countdown to the 2017 season is firmly under way and it will be upon us in no time, so I guess it's time to get writing again after a few weeks off. So whilst we wait for the season, here is another countdown. It's number two on my … Continue reading Marshalling Moment #2 – A Race to Remember
In last week's blog, "An observation into the Unknown", I mentioned how some challenges are a leap into the deep end, something that you can't really prepare for, all you can do is practice to try and make yourself perfect at the task at hand. This week's blog is about something equally as difficult, as there are … Continue reading #3 – Twice Around the Clock
It was a rare weekend for me, normally when it gets to the middle of Autumn I rarely venture out to marshal due to rugby commitments, but this weekend I decided to pull on my orange overalls and head to Oulton Park for the last car meeting of the year. The meeting seemed to have … Continue reading CSCC and Mission Update 4 – A Longer Bike Ride