A NEW podcast network specialising in motorsport and automotive content has today been launched by V8 Sleuth parent company, AN1 Media.

The Motorsport Podcast Network has been established to produce a range of existing podcasts and to also develop new concepts and programming.

Both the acclaimed V8 Sleuth Podcast Powered by Repco and newly announced Castrol Motorsport News Podcast will now be published under the Motorsport Podcast Network banner.

The V8 Sleuth Podcast Powered by Repco is hosted by Aaron Noonan and produced by Will Dale. It was launched in 2019.

Motorsport Podcast Network head Aaron Noonan with nine-time Formula 1 Grand Prix race winner, Mark Webber, who was a guest on the V8 Sleuth Podcast in 2019.

Since then, it has produced over 150 episodes of feature interviews with a range of motorsport stars as well as specialised show content. It is also supported by the National Motor Racing Museum at Mount Panorama and The Motorsport Trader.

Launched today, the Castrol Motorsport News Podcast is hosted by leading motorsport journalist Andrew van Leeuwen and will carry into 2022 as covering the latest racing news on four and two wheels.

“The establishment of the Motorsport Podcast Network is the next step in our growth as a business and in the podcasting space,” says Motorsport Podcast Network head, Aaron Noonan.

“We’re currently working on a range of new podcast concepts, programs and content elements and having ongoing dialogue with sponsors and partners keen to connect with the passionate, engaged and enthusiastic audience that we know motorsport and motoring fans to be.

“We’re looking at things from all angles. That includes creating new podcasts, bringing existing podcasts in under our banner and working with creators who have great content ideas but don’t have the platform upon which to put them.

Contact the Motorsport Podcast Network here for advertising and partnership opportunities.

V8 Sleuth strives to both preserve and celebrate Australian motorsport’s rich history, from tracking and tracing the race-by-race histories and changing ownership of individual cars, to capturing and retelling the stories of the people who made our sport what it is today.