MotoScene aims to bring fans closer to the MotoGP action with a detailed look at the MotoGP paddock and life within it.

MotoScene was set up to fill a need to bring fans a closer look at MotoGP, and what life is like travelling the world racing the world’s best motorbikes. A number of publications such as MCN, Autosport and MotoMatters do a fantastic job of  reporting on MotoGP but these tend to fall into two main categories: general motorsport websites with a MotoGP section and personal blogs. MotoScene aims to be different by building a team of expert contributors from both within and outside of the paddock to provide personal perspective.

Write for us

We are constantly looking for new authors to contribute to the site, and if you are looking for an outlet, want to break into the industry, raise your profile, or just enjoy writing about MotoGP then this is the ideal place to start.  No experience is necessary and we don’t need your CV in order for consideration, just a good idea for an article.

What should I write about?

We don’t set constraints on the content, we only ask that it is MotoGP related and something that our readers will find interesting. We do not publish any sponsored articles or paid content or pr content and we do not try to influence our writers to alter their content to fir our views.

Will I get paid?

Unfortunately as the site is in it’s infancy we currently do not have a budget for paying contributors. I realise to some that will seem like we aren’t valuing the content of the site, however if the site was ever in a position to offer payment for articles we will do so without question.

What do I do next?

Contact us with any ideas for an article, or a rough draft and we can work together to produce great content.