Chinese New Year special series:The Parallel Lines in Life – Exclusive Interview with Kim ChenThe Pianist on Two Wheels – Exclusive Interview with Rui Jia © All photos, including featured cover, provided by Olivia Jia Today, on Lantern Festival, we conclude our Chinese New Year special series and give you the story of Tianshuang “Olivia” JIA, 2020 Ducati… Continue Reading →
As the only Chinese driver among the 28 qualifiers in 2019 W Series, Grace Gui is one of the trailblazers in motorsport in China. We had the opportunity to catch up with her to hear her thoughts on her own career, women in motorsport, and the growth of motorsport in China.
At the end of 2019, upon the completion of the INFINITI Engineering Academy China Final, we interviewed the winner Muyao (Nimo) Li. In 2020, the internship program was still carried out despite extreme circumstances, and now all seven winners have completed their internship at Renault F1 team and INFINITI Research Center. We caught up with Nimo to hear about her experiences during the year.
Cherry Fan （范雨芹） is the first female photographer from Mainland China to be accredited an F1 media pass for the full season. She started her freelance photographer career in the motorsport world in 2011, and moved into Formula 1 in 2017. We had the opportunity to hear her tell her story of becoming a Formula 1 photographer. Let’s see how she stays on this path less travelled by others.
Absolute Fun with Absolute Racing – Exclusive Interview with Erin Chen, Absolute Racing Account Manager
In the past decade, Absolute Racing has been a formidable force in the motorsport scene in China and Asia. Based in Zhuhai, Shanghai, and Sepang, this team has been pushing forward motorsport in China and Asia, as well as raising young Chinese drivers such as Ye Yifei to international championships. Among the management of this team, there is a Chinese lady, Erin Chen, who is the Account Manager. We had an opportunity to chat with her about her story of getting into motorsport, and making history with Absolute Racing.
We talked to Juliet Zhu, social media manager of WEC, at the 4 hours of Shanghai, about her journey into this championship.
In part 1 of this conversation we released on Thursday, we retraced Kathy’s footsteps in F1 paddock during her time at F1 Express. Now in part 2, we give you her commentator career.
Growing up in a time when motorsport is little known to the general public in China, the distance between China and mainstream international motorsport has never stopped Zhang Jingying（张静莹，aka 张小鹅） from chasing her dream. A former editor at Sina’s Ultimate Motors and currently a producer at Bitauto, Jingying also co-created her own vlog Channel é (张小鹅频道) covering motorsport, tourism, and many things in between.
Wendy Li (李倩雯) is the former Editor-in-Chief of China Motorsport Magazine (中国赛车杂志). She single-highhandedly revived this magazine after it had been out of circulation for three years. At the same time of leading the editorial on the newly-revived magazine in 2018, she was also part of the organizer’s team for the inaugural Mini Challenge China Series. During China Motorsport Magazine’s dormant, Wendy was the editor for the Chinese version of Motosport.com
This week, we continue with the Chinese New Year special series featuring Chinese female riders. We give you the story of Ling “Kim” CHEN.
As a celebration of the Chinese New Year, we bring you a special series featuring three Chinese female riders. Today, on the New Year’s Eve of the Year of the Oxen (or bulls, or cows), we give you the story of #911 Rui JIA (贾睿), 600cc rider with Shizhao Racing Team.