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He has written a string of books beginning with the best-selling "World Atlas of Motor Racing" for Hamlyn, back in the 1980s. He then spent many years researching "The Grand Prix Saboteurs", the true story of three racing drivers who became British secret agents during World War II. He has also written four volumes of "Fascinating F1 Facts", a non-racing book called "The Man who Caught Crippen" and a children's book about the Dakar Rally.
A pioneer in electronic media in F1, Joe launched the award-winning JSBM e-newsletter in 1994, followed by the grandprix.com website, the e-magazine GP+, the blog JoeBlogsF1. Joe podcasts with Missed Apex, lectures, make speeches and commentates, as well as hosting live and virtual Audience events for F1 fans.
He was a Visiting Lecturer at Cranfield University, a non-executive director of Caterham Cars, a member of the FIA Media Working Group and a consultant for a wide range of clients, including the F1 Exhibition and an abortive F1 theme park.