RACEMEDIA™ is proud to introduce a new member of our growing professional network and also our official legal advisor, the UK-based law firm Mishcon de Reya.
In RACEMEDIA™´s line of complex business on the international arena, we early saw a demand for a reliable and well established legal partner, preferably with experience in both sponsorship and motorsports. Through our media partners, Black Book Motorsports in London we were introduced to a perfect match. Mishcon de Reya is based in London with offices in New York, Mishcon de Reya services an international community of clients and provides advice in situations where the constraints of geography often do not apply. The work they undertake is cross-border, multi-jurisdictional and complex.
Mishcon de Reya has a dedicated Motorsport & Automotive Group. Led by recognized motorsports expert, Peter Nunn, it acts for the major car marques, suppliers, distributors, dealers, Formula 1 teams, professional drivers and sponsors, as well as investors, private enthusiasts, and collectors of vintage cars.
The firm’s knowledge extends beyond the dynamic world of motorsport to cover the entire automotive sphere. The group advises on a broad spectrum of issues, from brand protection, corporate, commercial and competition, through to regulatory and compliance, restructuring and insolvency, employment, real estate, and dispute resolution.
Together with leading partners in the gaming industry, RACEMEDIA™ and RMESport offer an independent marketing channel with a confirmed engaged target group. The immediate reach is nearly 2 million registered players and motorsports fans from over 100 countries, and we can distribute your message to more than 1.2 million newsletter subscribers.
The launch of the first series of many will be launched during spring 2020 and terminates with a magnificent live-streamed offline event at the end of the year. A mega event with a fantastic prize table and a spectrum of activation opportunities for sponsors.
We also ensure exclusivity for joining partners and the potentiality to cooperate and extend your total reach among the other participating partners and networks.
eSport is a vital part of our growing portfolio to attract new partners. It is also a logical step for us to intensify our presence in all sorts of media and a tool for us to build a strong fan-base among the simulator racing enthusiasts. For our sponsors and partners, it is a way of reaching the “unreachable” audience — the ones who do not respond to the traditional advertising channels.
Your brand will get access to a twelve-month continuous multi-brand event reaching a worldwide audience embracing the lifestyle of motorsports and automotive.
More information can be requested trough the form on this page or by contacting us directly below.
RaceMedia is pleased to introduce one of our latest strategic business partners, GR8, Great Experience ™. GR8 Experience ™ was founded in 2005 and is one of Europe’s most significant supplier of Ferrari and Lamborghini driving experiences. Since then, they have delivered over 150,000 unique experiences in perhaps the world’s most rewritten super sports cars.
With its long tradition of being the leading experience providers in the super sports car segment, GR8 Experience ™ can offer several types of exposures on their cars — everything from full-fledged design solutions to sharing designs with some well-matching brands. The vehicles are available for various promotion campaigns and events in desired markets. The car brand they usually use is Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, Koenigsegg, Nissan, Porsche, and Audi R8.
Some of the exclusive events planned for 2019 are the Lamborghini/Audi On Ice Driving Experience, which will be carried out in Sweden during late winter 2019. Both of these are highly attended events for both wealthy individuals and well-known brands/companies from around the world — an excellent tool to use to reward VIP customers or to offer their staff an unforgettable experience. They will also be able to provide participation in their premium event Drive & Dine, the week after F1 GP in Monaco. Lots of driving in super sports cars including test runs of the RMs Audi RS3 EventCar as well as exceptional food & beverage in Europe’s most exclusive environment. The company’s presence on all digital platforms is continuously increasing. At more significant events with partners, the media reach goes further, and they generate typically up to 6 million social views only in the Scandinavian markets.
We dare to say that GR8 Experience is among the most trustworthy and unique driving experience companies in Europe. On an event day, they deliver driving experiences for about 200 people in their Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Through their new partnership with RM, they can also offer the unique Audi RS3 LMS EventCar experiences to their customers. Experiences and exposure opportunities they are alone in the world to deliver.
RaceMedia and GR8, Great Experience ™ will cooperate in everything from livery design, digital campaigns, and physical events together with world brands and develop new and innovative platforms for razor-sharp marketing.
On August the 21th RaceMedia took part of the annual Blackbook Motorsport forum in London. The Black Book Motorsport Forum is a premier event on the motorsport calendar and the only place to find teams, promoters, automotive manufacturers, sponsor brands and significant service providers from across global motorsports all under one roof discussing the future of the industry.
Pierre Runic and Niclas Johansson represented RaceMedia who is a full member of the Blackbook community. During the event, we manage to connect with several new potential partners and sponsors, a work that we do continuously.
This event where designed for C-level individuals, senior vice presidents, vice presidents, directors and heads of departments from international rights holders, brands, OEMs, circuits, federations and key services in motorsport.
The agenda was filled with interesting topics, trends and influential speakers from a variety of brands and areas. Among the many subjects, we learned the latest from sponsorship, activation strategies, new revenue opportunities when it comes to packaging and distributing digital content to mention a few.
This is why we find the Blackbook Motorsport Forum a must to attend if you like to stay on top in the evolving business of motorsports
The main reason to attend if you are a rights holder
Gather actionable insights to help your organization innovate in a fast-changing industry
Learn from key areas of motorsport whether leaders in technology, digital, brand strategy or Esports
Inspire and build new relationships with over 250 industry peers and experts across 7 hours of networking time
This is why to attend if you are a service provider
Get first-hand insight into the direction of the future of motorsport from those that run the show
Understand the needs of promoters, teams, OEMs, brands and other service providers across a variety of areas
Meet with over 250 industry leaders throughout the day to expand your network
Be in with a chance to win full hospitality at a premium motorsport event
If you represent a brand/sponsor, you need to be here
Best practices in aligning brand and corporate strategy to boost business performance.
Build customer loyalty by achieving brand consistency in an age of digital transformation.
Learn how to strengthen your brand identity to increase fan engagement
Stand out from the crowd by building your brand’s social media presence
Gather insights to help you innovate continuously with flawless timing and execution for maximum brand exposure.
Besides the ton of useful contacts and information, we gathered we also joined an exiting e-sport event. During the day the delegates could test drive some racing simulators. The circuit was Silverstone and the objectives to drive an F3 as fast as possible for a couple of laps.
Many tried, and the leaderboard shifted during the day. Pierre was on the top 5 most of the time, but at the end of the day, he was the fastest one. After Pierre’s semifinal, which he won, he earned the pole position in the final race. After some start incidents with another fast driver, he manages to chase his way up and finish the race on P3. A fun and an exciting part of the event and a taste of whats coming in the booming e-sport format.
We thank Peter Jones and his fantastic crew for a grand event and hope to be back next year even more involved as a partner.
Today RaceMedia was featured in The Paddock Magazine.
After have been contacted from one of the most prestigious motorsport magazines, The PADDOCK MAGAZINE, RaceMedia was given the opportunity to give some insights from our way of doing business in the racing industry. The Paddock Magazine is the only business publication in the motorsport industry. Now in its eighth year, Paddock magazine brings a sharper focus on the business and lifestyle of high-end racing.
Influencers and opinion leaders look to The Paddock to discover the best products, services, and experiences through both editorial and advertising, offered to the high-end motorsports community. Paddock Magazine’s influence and leadership shine even further in signature issues such as 100 Most Powerful People in Formula 1, Private Aviation Annual edition, Sponsorship Agencies Special – indispensable resources that draw widespread praise and high-profile publicity.
How is the world of representing motorsport drivers changing?
The part that’s changing most is the fact that the drivers today have to involve agencies of different kinds to reach out to their partners more often than ever. Previously it was the driver himself who was the “brand”, and if he or she was reasonably well-connected with local businesses, a racer could land a sponsorship deal relatively easy. Nowadays, the driver might end up worrying about chasing sponsors, coming up with pitches, making presentations and attending endless meetings, this way missing the overall goal – becoming a better racer. We see this happen over and over again and with our set of tools at Race Media, we like to ease up this process for everyone.
We see a significant shift from traditional marketing to digital-based marketing in almost every area. One of our primary goals is to serve the motorsport industry with new and innovative tools for sponsor acquisitions and a way for both the team and the sponsors to measure what’s working or not. We, along with the modern business world, like to create influencers – the modern digital version of the mass media celebrity. Most of the Formula 1 drivers are such influencers and they use their fan base on social media to communicate all sorts of messages. The connected sponsors get a smooth ride – their brands are in good hands from start to finish.
The driver might end up worrying about chasing sponsors, coming up with pitches, making presentations and attending endless meetings, this way missing the overall goal – becoming a better racer.
Before the social web, the only way to measure influence was fluffy television data, newspaper column inches, and box office revenue. Today the use of robots collating the data and telling us what and who is making ripples. These platforms state what content works as it is created, and shared, and online conversations are tracked.
Is Formula 1 still the highest aim for a young talent or is the situation changing and drivers find it better to pursue other series?
The massive cost development in all motorsport has made it even harder for any young talent to move on in his/her racing career. To compete in Formula 1, you obviously need so much more than just the money. The necessary steps up the racing ladder are getting bigger by the day. This is in terms of the money involved as well as in terms of the complexity in marketing, logistics, and the right connections. One refreshing exception from this development is the TCR concept. A series which we will specialize in and offer as a “launch pad” for promising drivers with or without a solid budget. Launched in 2015, the TCR International Series (www.tcr-series.com) proved to be an innovative competition that provides close and exciting racing while keeping the running costs under control. It’s a customer-oriented series that aims to offer realistic yet significant business opportunities to teams and manufacturers.
What’s most important in your work with RaceMedia at the moment?
Apart from getting our drivers out on the track racing for the best suitable team, we aim to form a dream team of influential digital marketers, global sales executives and hand-picked international business partners. Together we will then deliver the most innovative sponsor, management, and marketing platform for the racing business. RaceMedia.net is getting ready for the future in racing team marketing.
For further inquiries, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
RaceMedia seeks International Sponsor Executives (ISE)
RaceMedia seeks International Sponsor Executives (*ISE)
in a four-year race related branding project.
Background RaceMedia is a communication service agency who have taken the best from our commercial and creative experience to offer a line of services specifically designed for rightsholders and global brands.
Our mission is to encourage rights holders to unlock greater value from their audiences and brand partnerships. We do this by providing a single point of entry into our global marketing network and give you access to top brands who are looking for attractive opportunities in sports and event.
We work as connectors between racing teams, drivers and rights holders.
Our platform is the fastest growing race series ever, the TCR-concept. Launched in 2015, the TCR International Series proved to be an innovatory Touring Car competition that provides close and exciting racing while keeping the running costs under control. Each event is made up of two sprint races in which 350bhp racing cars derived from the sporting versions of the production models clash in door-to-door fights.
Connect with more than 950 million TV viewers
Last season, worldwide TCR TV distribution reached 190 countries across dozens of TV networks, and more than 950 million viewers around the world watch the TCR-events. Our sponsor opportunity also offers a wide spread in various digital media platforms. With TCR-official TV distribution, who handles all race media production, as well as our media production we could say that we offer our sponsors a full coverage and endless opportunities for activations. Our sponsor’s message will reach their audience through dedicated websites, social networks, media partners in print.
RaceMedia seeks International Sponsor Executive (ISE) in a four-year race related branding project. RaceMedia are growing and have the ambition to grow faster. Therefore we are looking for more people like us. We understand that we can only be successful when we have the best sales professionals. The ideal candidate for this position is someone who knows exactly which international partners he or she should approach to increase sales.
The candidates we are looking for is Senior Sales Executives who have extensive experience in closing deals at the highest corporate levels by applying all the digital communication tools of today and through face to face meetings.
With a very competitive commission structure, we are only looking for individuals who have experience within a high-pressure sales environment and who wants to work in an inspiring environment. Except for the commissions, our ISE´s will also accompany their clients to all international race events we participate in.
The focus is to build relationships with potential investors, close sponsor deals and to grow RaceMedia´s network of international partners. You will also contribute to the long-term growth of the business by developing new sponsor products, strategic retail partnerships, gaining new customer business with current RaceMedia products and managing established accounts.
The ISE role will suit someone well positioned and with strong connections preferably in PR-industry, financial, retail, media or in the Automotive sector. We are interested in applicants based in EU, USA, Asia and the Middle East. Preferably with significant experience within sponsoring and media sales.
The ideal candidate is someone who already works as an independent entrepreneur with a strong existing network of clients. You will hold a distinguished business and academic background or other comparable experience and have the ambitions to establish and develop our unique concept further.
Expertise in the negotiation process
Professionalism and integrity
Ability to Meet Sales Goals
Negotiation Skills and Presentation Skills
Strong interpersonal skills and business relationship skills
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Flexibility, adaptability and strong initiative
Good judgment and “sense of the deal”
Ability to meet deadlines and work well under pressure
Self-starter with a proven ability to manage multiple priorities and to work independently