Join our live blogging team for 2010

The ever-popular F1 Fanatic live blogs will return for every practice session, qualifying hour and Grand Prix this year.

We’re looking for volunteers to help moderate and run the sessions. Each session is typically supported by around half-a-dozen moderators who put comments live, run polls and generally keep the sessions running smoothly.

You don’t need to commit to helping in every session or even every race weekend.

If you’d like to help out please get in touch by emailling me, using Twitter or leave a comment below.

You can check the times of every F1 session using the F1 Fanatic Google Calendar.

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32 comments on Join our live blogging team for 2010

  1. Arun.India said on 26th February 2010, 15:32

    Hi you know me….I can help…

  2. Ciaran said on 26th February 2010, 16:14

    Yeah I’d love to help in any way I can.

  3. ElChiva said on 26th February 2010, 16:44

    sounds interesting I’d love to help.

  4. I would be happy to help!

  5. I’d be willing to help Keith.

  6. BOOTEYMAN said on 26th February 2010, 18:35

    I will gladly help

  7. Gerdoner said on 26th February 2010, 19:25

    Same here :)

  8. My computer is still tempermental (or just plain mental) but if ever the live blog gets stuck I can help.

    I can’t waitn for the live blog, it’s a personal highlight of this site and I’ve missed it nearly as much as the racing. It’s great to be able to read fellow fanatics reactions to the race as it unfolds and we can get some good debate on there too. It’s perfect too if there is a lack of action…Brazil was fairly dull in qualifying when we were waiting for the rain to go away but you all kept me entertained. There were even quite a few on when it was Japan and for many fanatics it was the early hours of the morning!

  9. I’m just a normal F1 fan. Would be happy to help.

  10. Lucas.M said on 26th February 2010, 21:05

    I would say my predictions for F1 2010 here and these are my final predictions:-

    1. Button
    2. Hamilton

    3. Schumacher
    4. Rosberg

    Red Bull:-
    5. Vettel
    6. Webber

    7. Massa
    8. Alonso

    9. Barrichello
    10. Hulkenberg

    11. Kubica
    12. Petrov

    Force India:-
    14. Sutil
    15. Liuzzi

    Toro Rosso:-
    16. Buemi
    17. Alguersuari

    18. Trulli
    19. Kovalainen

    20. Chandhok **
    21. Senna

    24. Glock
    25. di Grassi

    26. de la Rosa
    27. Kobayashi

    #. Nakajima
    #. Villeneuve **

    ** =Unconfirmed
    Note:- US F1 are not going to make it

  11. Daniel said on 26th February 2010, 21:40

    i would love to help and ill give 100%

  12. ccolanto said on 26th February 2010, 21:52

    I’ve helped before, and I’ve love to help again!
    Where do I sign?!

  13. I’m more than happy to help on the live blogging if needed.

  14. Daffid said on 26th February 2010, 22:24

    36% in favour of teams being allowed to run 3 cars – “not much interest”?

    Not a majority for sure, but more than the 2nd place party in most UK general elections. If a fringe party like the Greens or the BNP suddenly polled 36 % no-one would call that ‘not much interest’

  15. I’ll gladly help out!!

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