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Do You Want To Write For Grand Tour Nation? Apply Here

We’re rapidly expanding our site due to overwhelming positive feedback from our amazing readers. This means more news, more opinions, and more adventures! And boy, do we have plenty of ideas! But I digress.

Because of this expansion, we’re looking for talented writers to join our clan, and we’d love to hear from you if you think you have what it takes. Our salary is competitive, with a huge opportunity for future growth and movement of responsibilities.

What Do We Want?

We’re looking for a number of writers who are capable of writing a minimum of two articles a day, ranging from the latest motoring news and opinions to car reviews and adventure pieces. We want you to be in touch with the motoring industry and teaming with original ideas and opinions revolving around both new and old cars, and the technology that follows.

A successful writer will need to be enthusiastic and wanting to produce pieces that they’re proud of. A certain amount of flexibility will be needed, but a schedule can be fully discussed if successful. Writing experience is preferred but not needed.

Both weekday and weekend writing positions are available. 

How Do You Apply?

To apply to this writing position, please send an email to pitcrew@grandtournation .com with the subject ‘WRITER POSITION’.

In the email, please tell us what writing experience you have, what time you have available each day, and any other similar experiences.

Alongside this, please send us an example of your work in the form of a 300+ word article on a topical story that you have an interest in. In your writing, show us exactly what differentiates you from the other writers out there, whether it be through use of language, the topic, or simply an obvious flair for writing.


We can’t wait to hear from you and look forward to reading your replies.

Written by Alex Harrington

Alex started racing at a young age so certainly knows his way around a car and a track. He can just about put a sentence together too, which helps.

He has a great interest in the latest models, but would throw all of his money at a rusty old French classic and a 300ZX.

Contact: alex@grandtournation.com

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