British Formula 3 racing driver Jamie Chadwick is delighted to announce that she has joined forces with the BLOC Hotels group. This is a big year for Jamie, after making the switch from GT racing to the single-seaters with Double R Racing. British F3 has been the springboard for many former F1 drivers, and Jamie has already impressed in her debut season with a podium finish at Rockingham in April. These are exciting times for the 18-year-old, and this new partnership with BLO
Crown Music Supervision’s, Claire Freeman, is music supervisor on forthcoming UK feature film and musical “Been So Long” directed by Tinge Krishnan (Junkhearts) starring Michaela Coel and Arinze Kene. Have a look here for Cannes’ exclusive first look at the film, which recently completed shooting in London.
It’s been a busy week in Crown Football, with goals and awards! Before the Barnsley vs Burton Albion game kicked off, Ryan Kent was presented with an award for the ‘Young Player of the Season’! Ryan has been a fan favourite for the Tykes, showcasing his excellent flair and dribbling abilities, as well as creating and scoring for the club. Congratulations Ryan! The game finished 1-1 and it was substitute Luke Varney who scored his first goal for Burton Albion to help confirm t
Sony/ATV has signed a worldwide publishing deal with UK artist and songwriter Becky Hill. Becky has worked with an array of top international talent, including the likes of Rudimental, Wilkinson, MNEK and Oliver Heldens. She is also a recording artist in her own right, with a solo album of new material due for release later this year. Sony/ATV UK managing director and president, worldwide creative, Guy Moot, said: “We have admired Becky’s talent for some time as an artist and
Tom clinched a win in a thrilling opening race in the FIA World Touring Car Championship at Monza, Italy. Competing for Sébastien Loeb Racing in the Citroën C-Elysée Tom started from the second row, but moved to the front of the pack when Mehdi Bennani and Norbert Michelisz collided ahead of him on the third lap. He faced strong competition from fellow British driver Rob Huff, who made Chilton use all his skill to to retain the lead. “It was a serious battle,” said a delighte