The next few weeks and months are going to be strange, unusual, and challenging for everyone as COVID-19 affects and impacts us all.
With no motor sport to cover, the number of articles published on this site will be significantly lower than usual over the weeks ahead.
As many of you know, Motorsport Broadcasting is a ‘side project’ for me alongside my day job.
Although not front line by any stretch of the imagination, I am a civil servant within the public sector, and suffice to say that the reality of the situation we face collectively hit hard earlier this week.
To everyone who is keeping this country and island ticking over during this difficult hour: thank you.
No one knows what the next few weeks hold in store, including myself, and that is why, right now, Motorsport Broadcasting is not my main priority.
Some days, I might have the enthusiasm to write content for publication later to take my mind off the outside world, other days I might not.
If that disappoints you then I am sorry, but there are more important things ongoing that make the site not a priority for me currently, as well as taking care of my own mental health.
Message for freelancers
What I do want to do though is offer a helping hand to those affected within the motor sport broadcasting community by COVID-19.
If you work in the sector as a freelancer, and fancy writing an article on this site about your experience and career to date, or paddock life, any amusing anecdotes you want to tell, whatever it may be, please drop me an e-mail here.
I am happy to pay a small fee in return. The site by itself makes a loss when you account for advertising, donations and then deduct the travel costs, which is why I cannot promise a lot.
I do, however, want to do my bit to help those in the sector which is why I am putting this out there. If you want to take up my offer, please get in touch.
The next few months will be difficult for us all. But we can get through this, together.
Owner of Motorsport Broadcasting