RMS is nothing without the team of photographers, writers and forum moderators that give up their free time to bring a fantastic high standard of content. Want to get published on RMS? Get in touch!
Find more about the blog team below
Andy is the founding member of RMS, and when he's not following motoring events around the UK and Ireland he can be found on the track (sideways, having competed in top level drifting for a decade), or of course he'll be on the forum.
Motorsport marshal and long time RMS member.
Chris, known as Cess on the forums, is a long time RMS member. He is a fervent motorsports enthusiast and lover of all things automotive. He can be found on the ditches of most Irish rallies, at Mondello watching drifting or in front of the TV watching motorbike racing.
Tinkers with old MX5s, takes his Jimny mountain climbing and is a proud owner of an Austin Metro.
Saloon class race competitor and partner organiser of Trackskills track days at Kirkistown Circuit.
Gaz is an avid car enthusiast who has been part of the RMS admin team for over 10 years. In his spare time he enjoys writing car articles, teaching his son bad manners and fantasising about his lottery win garage.
Graham is a professional photographer and motoring writer with over 15 varied years of coverage from manufacturer press launches to international motorsport and rally events throughout the world. See more at grahamcurry.com
Photo journalist and lover of all things Renaultsport hailing from Coleraine and working between NI and London.
Neil is an IT professional. When he is not telling people to restart computers, he is commonly found in his garage attempting to restore the more-door M3!
Paul has been part of the team on RMS since early 2002. A big fan of car audio and electronics (when they work). Pilots a 996 911.
Padraig Mallett is a professional motor journalist who has written articles for the likes of AOL Cars, Auto Express, carbuyer, Car Dealer Magazine and is also the editor of www.motacarblog.com
Automotive photographer and motoring enthusiast - http://www.reinisb.com
Tony Gregory is a long time motorsport official with credits ranging from Kirkistown to Bathurst. Tony has lately added part-time Motorsport journalist and PR guru to his portfolio.