Busy motorsport executives don't have time to trawl through endless websites - and yet they need to know what is going on with the business, finance and politics of global motorsport. Good information is essential to keep ahead of the game.
The JSBM newsletter is quality content that you won't see elsewhere. It is designed for the chairmen, CEOs and serious race fans, with in-depth analysis of what is happening, new ideas to consider and innovative thinking in the industry.
Its readership includes the decision-makers of global motorsport: manufacturers, regulatory bodies, rights-holders, sponsors, teams and circuit executives.
The newsletter covers Formula 1, NASCAR, IndyCar, the FIA World Endurance, Rally and Touring Car Championships,DTM, V8 Supercars, rallycross, rally-raids and even, drag racing.
The award-winning publication - celebrating its 20th year in 2015 - comes out at 0900 GMT every Monday
What does the industry think?
Sir Frank Williams: "I read it every Monday and I feel I know what is going in the motorsport world."
Tom Bampton, McLaren: “Joe Saward provides incisive, thought-provoking analysis and strong journalistic instincts to offer a different dimension to his editorial on Formula One. Combined with his experience in the sport and active connections, Joe is able to deliver a free-ranging yet relevant approach that adds both colour and knowledge to his content.”
Bernard Ferguson, F1 consultant: “As one of the pioneers of the electronic media in Motorsport, Joe carved out a niche for himself which many have tried to emulate but few have succeeded. Joe's total commitment to getting his facts straight whilst trying always to see through the doublespeak and misinformation which often surrounds this very competitive environment to establish the real facts behind the story. This style sets Joe’s copy apart and for many he has become the authority on what was happening on across the motorsport arena. Joe has achieved this whilst remaining popular and trusted by the great and the good in motorsport management."