Posts Tagged ‘Louise Goodman’

15 Mar 2010: The women powering motorsport roar into Silverstone

Racing journalist Louise Goodman, young drivers such as Sarah Moore and Alice Powell, and Brits on Pole co-owner LJ Hutchins joined more than 50 women from across motorsport to celebrate International Women’s Day at Silverstone last week.

13 Feb 2009: Over the white line: Footballers avoid the Hamilton treatment in Seville

In a news-packed week when Formula One and several other racing series began gearing up for the start of their new season, the main item to catch our eye was football-related. But bear with us.

28 Nov 2008: Take on your racing heroes at charity karting event

How would you fancy the chance to test your driving skills against the likes of Andy Priaulx, Adam Carroll, Tom Kristensen or Louise Goodman? The opportunity is yours for £300 if you sign up for a charity karting event taking place at this year’s Autosport International show.

3 Nov 2008: F1: Thanks to ITV for keeping us entertained

We’ve all moaned and complained, cursed the ad breaks and laughed uproariously at the unintended bloopers. But the Brits on Pole team has thoroughly enjoyed the last 12 years of Formula One coverage from ITV – and we’d like to say thank you.

22 May 2008: F1: Honda Racing TV – great if you can find it…

Over at the Honda Racing website there’s some interesting stuff going on for anyone following the careers of Jenson Button and the various young British drivers on the fringes. The team has its own TV channel named (wait for it) Honda Racing TV.

7 May 2008: F1: Louise Goodman says women’s influence is growing

One of the most discussion-provoking things we have ever posted on this site was a comment that we’d like to see more female drivers participating in motorsport. It’s still a hot topic in 2008 – and one that ITV F1 journalist Louise Goodman has tackled in her latest Q&A column for the broadcaster’s website.

23 Mar 2008: F1: Coulthard rumoured as in BBC’s sights

David “Potty-Mouth” Coulthard may well have been warned to stay away from every microphone in Malaysia after his colourful threats to take on Felipe Massa were broadcast live and uncensored during the Australian Grand Prix. But, if the most recent rumour out of the Sepang paddock is to be believed, this latest lapse into laddishness might not deter the BBC from signing him up as a commentator when his driving career finally ends.

 
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