CarAdvice looking for motoring enthusiasts

CarAdvice offering three-month internship which includes trip to Tokyo Motor Show is offering the chance to win a job as a CarAdvice correspondent during 2015.

The CarAdvice Correspondent will spend three months working for CarAdvice and learn from expert automotive journalists about how to evaluate cars and write reviews. The winner will be given advanced driver training and get to test-drive the latest and greatest cars on the market. The opportunity culminates in an all-inclusive trip to the Tokyo Motor Show, courtesy of Mazda, where the winner will report live on all the latest industry news for

Interested contestants simply need to log on to and check out the brief and submit a written or video car review to win a chance to be the CarAdvice Correspondent. Three finalists will be selected to attend auditions with the CarAdvice panel in Sydney on August 15 where they will be among the first people in Australia to test drive the all-new 2015 Mazda MX-5. From there, the expert panel, consisting of CarAdvice founder Alborz Fallah, FIA World Rally driver Chris Atkinson, TV presenter and car enthusiast Lauren Philips and CarAdvice associate publisher James Ward will select the CarAdvice correspondent winner.

The position is a part-time location independent role with flexible hours to accommodate those with day jobs.

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