If the idea of covering the sport of Short Track Racing has ever crossed your mind, now is the time to act. Speed51.com is currently seeking individuals of all experience levels for the remainder of the 2016 racing season. Whether you’re a journalist, a videographer or a photographer, Speed51 is interested in having you join their dedicated team.

 

As Speed51.com continues to grow their multimedia coverage of Short Track Racing, the need for additional team members also grows.

 

Already in 2016, Speed51.com has covered hundreds of events throughout the United States and Canada, and that number will continue to rise in the second half of the season.

 

51 is currently looking to add contributors in all regions including the Gulf Coast, Midwest, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest, West Coast and Canada.

 

Whether you’re a race fan who has previously thought about covering the sport, or a veteran of the game, the 51 team is interested in hearing from you.

 

More important than experience is the desire to succeed and work with a group of individuals dedicated to Short Track Racing. Many of the current Speed51.com staff members started as correspondents and used hard work to earn themselves a full-time paid position.

 

As the leader in Short Track Racing news and information, 51 provides aspiring journalists with the opportunity to have their work displayed in front of the most loyal Short Track Racing fans in the world. 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 Trackside Now and Speed Central platforms, as well as providing short track racing updates on 51’s social media outlets and crafting unique post-race and featured stories.

 

 

Speed51.com photographers are responsible for working with the at-track team to provide unique photo content to our loyal readers during the event, as well as providing post-race galleries on the Speed51.com Five Star Facebook Feed.

 

With the launch of the Speed51 Network just over one year ago, that has also opened the door for videographers and in-car camera specialists to become a part of the Speed51.com team. Whether you’re a videographer who shoots at the same track every week, or if you’re willing to travel, Speed51.com wants to hear from you.

 

A limited number of paid positions are currently available for videographers depending on each individual’s level of experience.

 

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 remainder of the 2016 racing season. Resumes and previous work samples are not required, but certainly accepted.

 

-Text by 51 Staff

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