WTF1 Reveal New Line-Up Ahead Of 2023 F1 Season – WTF1

WTF1 Reveal New Line-Up Ahead Of 2023 F1 Season

So, the news is out! It’s all change at WTF1 for the 2023 F1 season 👀

Yes, it’s true. Both Matt Gallagher and Tom ‘The Founder’ Bellingham are leaving the WTF1 brand ahead of the new F1 season. We’re sad to see them go after being such a big part of the WTF1 family for years, but we’ve got some amazing new additions for you!

We’ve been keeping a close eye on the BEST up-and-coming motorsport content creators and snapped them all up to make an insane line-up for you 😍

Covering all aspects of the brand, from podcasts, editorial, social and YouTube, our new staffers have plenty of new spicy takes and different opinions on the big topics everyone’s talking about. We’ve even managed to find dedicated Lance Stroll fan. Yep, we’re serious.


Andre Harrison

Founder of Motorsport101, Dre is not afraid to share his take on topics in F1. From unfiltered reviews of a driver’s performance to sharing his thoughts on the latest breaking news, Dre will certainly not hold back his views.

Hannah Atkinson

Like many new fans of F1, Hannah discovered the pinnacle of motorsport in 2020 and has never looked back. Curious to know more, she’s swatted up on the championship’s history and has quickly gained a following on TikTok for her fun and relatable content. She’s even spent time with Aston Martin in the paddock at last year’s British GP.

Ciaran Oakes

Providing fans with hilarious content over on TikTok, Ciaran’s quick wit and ability to poke fun at himself has resulted in a large and loyal fan base. After letting a filter pick a driver for him to support, he’s currently a lone-suffering Lance Stroll fan. A rare breed.

Charley Williams

A self-confessed McLaren superfan, Charley has a lot of love for motorsport, but F1 is still her number one. As well as a talented writer, she’s got heaps of experience in social media and will be sure to bring great opinions and stories to all of the WTF1 platforms.

There’ll also be a new and exciting face fronting the popular ‘Internet’s Best Reactions’ series over on YouTube. Jack Nicholls, BBC F1 commentator and voice of Formula E, will be presenting the revamped IBR.

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