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Authors List

Thomas Harrison-Lord is Editor in Chief of Traxion. An automotive and racing video journalist, he also contributes to Autosport and Motorsport.com.

Traxion.GG Junior Esports and Gaming Editor. eNASCAR beat reporter/photographer. Covers real-world NASCAR events occasionally as a multimedia journalist for The Racing Experts. Mediocre oval iRacer. Likes going in circles, but right turns scare me.

Sim racing and esports journalist for Traxion.GG. Occasional motorsport photographer, esports competitor and distinctly average cyclist.

John Munro is a content creator for Traxion. As well as being a part-time real racing driver, sim-racer and a lover of gaming and music, John specializes in the topics of talking too fast and too much. To hear what we mean, go and check out the Traxion Youtube channel.

James T. 'Irelique' Kirk lives and breathes esports and gaming as a commentator, analyst, host, and writer. After nearly ten years, he has worked for the likes of Sony, Eurosport, Psyonix, G2 Esports, and Mercedes-Benz with great enthusiasm. Aside from being a walking Star Trek reference, rumours also suggest that he is something of a connoisseur of cheesecake; more on this as it breaks...

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Crystal has her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism. She's covered everything from the NFL, NBA, and BC High School Basketball, and has experience as an On-Air reporter/broadcaster. Crystal spent a season writing about her favourite team, the San Francisco 49ers, for Sports Illustrated. Follow her on Twitter: @crystalscuor

Traxion.GG Video Editor. A.K.A. The Big O. Rollercoaster and F1 lover. Drives an absolutely perfect Vauxhall Corsa, iRacing is my fave sim.

Rich Hutson is a Presenter and Video Editor for Traxion. Not only does he surround himself with video games and hardware, he's also adept at pratting around on Twitch and building theme parks.

Justin Towell is a freelance contributor, having previously spent 10 years on GamesRadar+ including as Reviews Editor and Associate Editor. He is now self-employed and balances his love of racing sims with that of electric guitar. Harmoniously, of course.

Justin Sutton is the Social Media and Community Manager for Traxion.gg. He has a beard that some would describe as "too big" and uses way too many exclamation points!

Alex Gillon is an F1 video producer and streamer for Traxion. He talks fast, drives fast and writes bios even faster.

Stryxnine Pulsatrix is a freelance broadcast producer and commentator. She heard her name rhymed with "aubergine" over a league broadcast and it's been her favorite moment as a sim racer of seven years

British YouTuber, all things two wheels, destroyer of AI at 120 per cent difficulty.

Martin Robinson is a part-time pretend racing driver and full-time racing nerd. His real-world racing achievements peaked when he finished 9th in the 1995 Hunts Kart Racing Championship.

Antony has been playing racing games for three decades, from Accolade's Grand Prix Circuit of 1988 to the latest sims. While he primarily writes about real-world vehicles, Antony spends most weekends driving in the virtual world too.

Tom Howard is a News Editor working across both Autosport.com and Motorsport.com websites. Starting out as a sports reporter in local newspapers, Tom focussed on motorsport covering several national championships in the UK, including the BTCC. After a period working as a freelance journalist, Tom moved to Australia in 2013 landing a job at leading Australian motorsport news outlet speedcafe.com, covering international motorsport events including F1, WRC and Supercars. Progressing to Editor in 2017, Tom was named Motorsport Australia Journalist of the Year for his work. He is also a two-time winner of Supercars Journalist of The Year (2017,2019) and a Supercars Championship Media Award winner in 2019. Tom moved back to his native UK in 2020, firstly working in BTCC, before joining Autosport and motorsport.com in 2021.

Aero is a full-time streamer and content creator, usually found going sideways in video games. A dab of oppo.

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