Do you enjoy the sport of short track racing? Do you want to work with a team as passionate about the sport as you are? If so, Speed51.com has the perfect opportunity for you. With the 2017 racing season fast approaching, 51 is currently looking to add contributors in all regions of the United States and Canada.
While Speed51.com is currently in need of contributors in all regions of the country, we currently have an increased need for assistance in the Midwest region (Michigan, Ohio, Illinois and Wisconsin) and on the West Coast. If you live in either of those regions and want to help spread the word about the great racing that occurs, we want you on our team.
Journalism experience is preferred, but not required in order to join Speed51.com as a contributor. More important than experience is a hard work ethic, the ability to work with a team and a passion for the sport of short track racing.
By joining our team of dedicated short track enthusiasts, you will have your work showcased to thousands of loyal short track racing fans that visit Speed51.com on a daily basis. The opportunity also serves as a great opportunity for those looking to enter the journalism field and gain experience while working for a credible news source.
In addition to the career-building potential, the position also offers short track racing enthusiasts the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes and experience some of the greatest racing events in the world.
Speed51.com contributors are responsible for contributing to 51’s popular live Trackside Now coverage, providing short track racing updates on 51’s social media outlets and crafting unique post-race and featured stories.
Depending on availability and experience, a limited amount of paid positions are available for the upcoming season.
If you are interested in joining the Speed51.com team for the upcoming season, please email Speed51.com Editor Brandon Paul at [email protected] Please include your previous experiences, why you’re interested in joining the team, your location and your availability for the 2017 racing season. Resumes and previous work samples are not required, but certainly accepted.