Racecar Engineering, the world’s leading motorsport technology publication, today announces the appointment of Daniel Lloyd (pictured right) to the role of Deputy Editor with immediate effect.

The British journalist has joined the editorial team after almost six years working as a reporter for Sportscar365, where he provided in-depth coverage of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, FIA World Endurance Championship, GT World Challenge Europe and other series.

Lloyd, who is based in southwest London, will report to Editor-in-Chief Andrew Cotton, working closely on the production of Racecar Engineering magazine each month.

He will also be responsible for managing the Racecar website and social media channels, keeping the digital readership up to speed on all the latest developments. Lloyd’s coverage will span the full remit of motorsport disciplines including Formula 1, sportscars and rallying.

Racecar Engineering is published by The Chelsea Magazine Company Limited, part of Telegraph Media Group.

‘Daniel is an exceptional journalist and I am delighted to welcome him to the editorial team of Racecar Engineering,’ said Cotton.

‘He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, and I am very much looking forward to working with him to further develop the magazine and website.’

Racecar Engineering has a global audience in print and online.

For more than 30 years, it has been a market-leading publication that features the latest technical stories from race series around the world.

‘I am delighted to be joining Racecar Engineering in the role of Deputy Editor,’ said Lloyd.

‘For many years, it has been the benchmark for reporting on motorsport technology, so it is a pleasure to become part of such a highly respected publication.

‘Having operated in the same paddock as Andrew, I am looking forward to working alongside him at Racecar. We have lots of exciting stories in the pipeline and we can’t wait to share them with our readers.’

Racecar Engineering is the world’s leading motorsport technology magazine. Written predominantly by engineers and professionals, it helps readers keep pace with news, products, technological developments and testing, providing informed analysis of results for the keen observer, industry expert or racer looking to expand their knowledge.