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Jack Leslie
Norfolk

Jack Leslie

Joined F1plus
25 July 2012
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I've always been a fan of anything motor related, since I was little. I was introduced to F1 casually through my Dad. He used to watch it on TV and I remeber vaguely watching the British Grand Prix in 2000, when I was 6. He explained some of the key features but obviously, being 6, my brain was not fully taking it in. I started watching odd races with my Dad but in 2004 I really got hooked.

I've watched it ever since and rarely ever miss a race live. I've attended numerous Motor shows, Motorsport events and F1 tests when they used to be held at Silverstone, but going to a Grand Prix is something on my bucket list.

In July 2011 I started a blog named "TalkFromJackLeslieF1" as I had always enjoyed English, Media and Writing. During my GCSE's and coursework pieces, I realised I had a nack for writing. The blog swiftly changed to "JackLeslieF1" in Jan 2011 and is set to drop the ".blogspot" part soon. Now, I write for a number of websites including F1Plus, RichlandF1, PureF1 and Track Reviewers. My work can be seen in the "portfolio" page on my blog.

Jack Leslie's Articles

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Sauber will bring many updates to the second winter test

Team principal Monisha Kaltenborn revealed that "extensive" aerodynamic updates will be seen in Bahrain. Read more »

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Jerez problems "unacceptable" - Renault

Teams running the new Renault V6 power-unit experienced a number of frustrating problems over the four-day Jerez test. Read more »

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

FIA announces big new F1 regulation changes

The most controversial one establishes double points for the last race of the season. Read more »

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

IndyCar a "serious option" for di Resta

The Scot's future in Formula 1 is uncertain, and the Indy option just opened after Franchitti's retirement was announced. Read more »

Friday, October 18, 2013

Sauber never quit fighting this season

The team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn said that "giving up was never an option". Read more »

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