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Tim used to write holiday brochures for Butlins, but after a spell editing websites for the Volkswagen Group joined carwow to create the most helpful car content site in the business. He drones on at great length about his love of motorcycles and loves riding his Ducati Multistrada whenever he can.
Russell worked for PistonHeads, Classic & Sports Car, Carbuyer and Auto Express before moving to carwow to help make our reviews pages the best in the business. He likes anything that has an engine – and even a few things that don't – but cars are his bread and butter. Like any good motoring journalist he loves, owns and talks ad nauseam about his Mazda MX-5.
Mike's been a motoring journalist for three years following a Masters course at Coventry University. He commissions and edits all the news, blog, guides and top 10 lists that appear on site, to help buyers find their perfect car. When he's not editing articles, he enjoys American muscle cars, cheesy action movies and playing the guitar.
Nick's recently moved into motoring journalism having completed a master's degree in automotive design. Besides cars, he has an odd fascination with plaid and once retrimmed an entire Fiat Cinquecento Sporting's interior to match one of his shirts.
Boyan has a degree in Journalism and firmly believes that RWD is best and will defend it profusely, even though he's never owned a RWD car. His favourite sounds include: blow off valves, ball-bearing turbo spool and individual throttle bodies.
Alex's first foray into journialism was as a tech writer at Haymarket Media, before a two-year freelancing stint with carwow helped him nab his own desk space in our office. Now he writes scripts for the YouTube channel, chips in with the occasional blog post, and spends his spare time swearing at siezed bolts on whatever old car he happens to be fiddling with at the time.
Starting his career as a print journalist working for the likes of Cosmopolitan magazine, Iain switched to online journalism for some big motorsport and car websites. Now he gets a kick from seeing content he’s written or commissioned appearing at the top of search results. He loves drinking bad coffee and good wine and being disappointed by Scottish football.
Currently living in Clapham with his wife and their first baby, Rory joined carwow from Haymarket Media where he had been for the last eight years, most of which was spent on the reviews desk at What Car? and Autocar magazines. He loves everything about cars, particularly the chance to drive and review the UK’s eclectic mix of new models. He also has a penchant for old, tired luxury barges, having owned too many. Other passions include cycling (sorry) and coffee.