We’ve Got Work to Do

It has been a long few months, this year of unprecedented times seems to be never-ending. People around the world are either in a lockdown, getting out of one or entering one. We have all been inundated with bad news for months on end and the toll it has taken on us is incredible. The…

The Midnight Library

This moving novel questions our perception of the perfect life, taking us on a journey full of potential. Matt Haig releases another highly anticipated novel, this time exploring the possibilities of life itself, never one to shy away from taboo subjects; Haig once again gives us the book we all hoped for. The premise is…

Living in a Small Village During a Global Civil Rights Movement

I was born in Somerset, moving from town to village, with the politics never altering. I moved to London for a year, and was comforted when the politics I had grown up around changed. Liberalism was a mindset most people I knew followed, and during a global civil rights movement, it is a mindset I…

And We’re Back: 2020 Austrian Grand Prix

It feels like a lifetime ago since I wrote an F1 race day post, but it’s good to be back. Today was a landmark day for F1, not only are we starting the season under unprecedented circumstances, but also during a monumental human rights movement. The teams and drivers wore face masks while also wearing…

How YOU Can Support Black Lives Matter In The UK

A 46-year-old man was brutally murdered on the 25th of May. His name was George Floyd. A police officer named Derek Chauvin knelt on George’s neck for 8 minutes, George’s crime? They thought he bought something with a fake $20 note. George pleaded for his life but the cops did nothing, they knelt over him…

Lockdown Reads

These past few months have been a whirlwind, living through such an unprecedented time has been challenging, and it is during this time we turn to books, films, and art to escape. So here is a list of the books that have swept me away to brighter places during this strange time we are all…

2019 US Grand Prix

Here were the quali highlights for the 2019 US GP; It was a race that secured Lewis Hamilton as 6 time World Champion. Love him or hate him; this is an achievement that will go down in history. It was Lewis’s 150th podium, and a race that was full of twists and turns. So here…

2019 Singapore Grand Prix

I was planning on writing a post regarding the fact that in 2019, Charles Leclerc has become the number one driver for Ferrari. He has been outperforming his four-time world champion teammate continuously. After again taking pole in qualifying for the third time in a row I was sure his winning streak would continue. However,…

2019 Belgian Grand Prix: A Race For Hubert

This race was full of mixed emotions. Saturday was a tragic day for the sport, it lost one of its brightest stars in Anthoine Hubert. The drivers, with the entire F1 and motorsport community united in remembrance and dedicated their drive and the race to Hubert, it was a moving day. One in which we…