Curtis Moldrich

Curtis Moldrich is CAR magazine’s Digital Editor and has worked for the brand for the past five years. As Digital Editor, he’s responsible for online strategy, including CAR’s website, social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook, and he helps on wider platform strategy as CAR magazine branches out on to Apple News+, Readly and other new ways to consume our content. If it’s online and involves CAR magazine, he’s got something to do with it. Curtis also contributes to the print edition of the magazine every month, and also sits on Bauer Media UK’s Diversity and Inclusion pillar group.

Curtis kicked off his journalism career doing freelance work for technology brands such as CNET UK and Stuff, and moved to the Telegraph technology desk after completing his degree. He did a stint as staff writer at Dennis Publishing’s newly-formed Alphr title, where he covered consumer technology as well as motorsports, sim-racing and car reviews.

At CAR, Curtis’s main goal is to recreate and build on all the kudos, respect and authority of the print magazine across our digital platforms. He’s also keen to explore the opportunities online-only storytelling brings, and wants to put the brand in front of new audiences.

When he’s not writing about F1, testing hot hatches or analysing the latest EV platform news, Curtis is also a keen gamer, and uses iRacing with a VR-enabled set-up. He also continues to write about consumer tech for our sister site, What's The Best.

Outside of his four-wheeled work commitments, Curtis owns a new Yamaha R7, which he sometimes writes about for MCN, and often photographs along with other motoring-based content on his popular Instagram page. You can follow Curtis on Instagram or Twitter – and read his latest articles in the list below.

Curtis Moldrich