Motoring Research is a multimedia publisher that’s been delivering the goods to clients since 1986.
Started MR back in 1986 after a career in engineering R&D and then with Motoring Which? Did two seasons as a presenter on Top Gear back in the eighties. Peter is a past Chairman of the Guild of Motoring Writers, and previously a judge on the World Car Awards.
Richard started at MR in 2001 and he’s still here. He certainly loves his job. Today, he’s MD, overseeing the business and making sure clients receive what they need, when they need it. A social media addict, he’s a student of the motor industry and, when time permits, likes to go jogging. Not that a growing family leaves much time for that.
Tim PittManaging Editor
Tim comes from a long run with the consumer organisation Which? (following MR Chairman Peter’s path some thirty years earlier) and strategically oversees MR’s editorial output across our full client list. He has quite the back catalogue of cars, including a E30 BMW M3…
Andrew BradyWeb Editor
Andrew is a former winner of the prestigious Guild of Motoring Writers’ Sir William Lyons Award. Fully trained in journalism, he’s been freelancing since leaving university. He works in all areas of the business and, when he’s not doing that, buying leftfield cars off of the internet.
Gavin Braithwaite-SmithFeatures Editor
Gavin is already well known as the brains behind PetrolBlog.com. He was the 2012 highly commended finalist in the Guild of Motoring Writers’ Breakthrough Blogger of the Year Award and is Motoring Research’s ideas-packed features editor. His grasp of all things left-field and standout is unsurpassed…
Bradley LawrenceMultimedia assistant
Bradley studied film and TV at college and has joined MR to develop its audio visual expertise.
John RedfernNewsletter Editor
John won the Guild of Motoring Writers’ 2014 Motoring Research Breakthrough Blogger Award. Having studied law, then politics, at university he started EngageSportMode.com as an outlet for his automotive musings. Loves performance motors, from modern hot-hatches to classic American muscle cars – especially if they’re orange!