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Working in F1: The role of a Press Officer

Formula 1's media gurus, pictured in Brazil last year. Caterham F1 Team. Being a Press Officer for a Formula 1 team might be a dream job for any motorsport enthusiast but even the most passionate one would have some second thoughts, considering the responsibility and the titanic work involved. Yes, it does mean you are right where things happen and receive information first hand. But it also means you have to keep contact with thousands of people, answer a ton of emails, deal with hundreds of happy or unhappy journalists and spend more time in a hotel room than in your own living room. There are people unafraid to take on such a task and Tom Webb is one of them. Tom is Head of...
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