I am 28 years old and were born and raised in North Rhine-Westphalia (Münsterland), Germany. I'm a passionate writer that got bitten by the motorsport bug early. What started as a fan on the "Clubforce“ platform, where fans of the Sahara Force India Formula 1 Team were able to share their opinions and - among other things - publish blog posts, quickly grew to something bigger.
In October 2010, I started as a motorsport journalist at speed-magazin.de. My main topics were Formula 1 and DTM and created articles in German as well as English, gaining first-hand experience in doing interviews. I mainly visited testing. The growth continued and then came the day when it was too much to handle in 24 hours and next to my full-time job. A decision had to be made. I wanted to set off my career as a motorsport journalist.
An internship at adrivo Sportpresse GmbH followed, where I wrote texts for motorsport-magazin.com. The topic areas expanded to Formula 1, DTM, WRC and even motorcycles... Afterwards I became the
DTM journalist at the English online magazine Pit Lane Reporter, proceeding to a short intermezzo with motorsport.com Germany.
However, the online business took a turn that I can not and will not continue to support for now.
When I got the chance to 'change sides', I took it and accompanied the young racing driver Moritz Müller-Crepon during his time in ADAC Formula 4 as Communications Officer, meaning I have found my true vocation in life!
It is my aim (and dream) to continue to work within the Motorsport Press and as a Communications Officer! Above all I would like to support the young, ambitious racing drivers. Join me on my
journey! For a start, I'd like to invite you to visit my blog.
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