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Joe Saward

Joe Saward started writing professionally about motor racing in the week he left university in 1983, with a BA degree in history from the University of London, and specialised knowledge of the world’s secret services. After 18 months travelling from circuit to circuit in Europe, living in a tent, he was recruited by Autosport in London and rose through the ranks from Production Assistant to become Grand Prix Editor - the dream job for any young motorsport journalist. Joe has attended every single Grand Prix since 1988. In addition to his F1 work, he has reported on many of the major motorsport events in the world, including the Indianapolis 500, the Le Mans, Spa and Nurburgring 24 Hour races, the Dakar, the Macau Grand Prix and the Bathurst 1000, not to mention NASCAR from Daytona.

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