Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What does Speedhunters aim to do?
Through our unique insight and story-telling abilities, we strive to bring the enthusiast as close as possible to all the crazy and wonderful things that are going on in the ever-evolving global culture of cars. We put a big emphasis on photography and strive to captivate the reader both on the main site, as well as our social media channels.

Can I too become a Speedhunter?
We have always welcomed readers to contact us with examples of their work and believe that the best Speedhunter is always the person closest to the culture itself, right there on the street or local parking lot. If you think you have what it takes and would like to share your work with us, then you should apply to become part of the IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER program. Find out more information here.

I have a message for a particular member of the Speedhunters editorial team.
We always forward messages on to the editorial team members. They may not always be able to answer you, but they do see your emails.

How do I become a professional automotive photographer?
Here are some tips:

  1. Take a photography course and understand the history of the art. Master the technical aspect.
  2. Get photography gear and start shooting.
  3. Start your own website, Facebook channel, Tumblr and Instagram and make a name for yourself.
  4. Get involved in local automotive scenes.
  5. Study journalism and creative writing if you want to be the full package.
  6. If you are looking to be a Speedhunter it also helps that you are deeply involved with cars and car culture. We like people who know mechanics and also automotive and motorsports history.
  7. Do everything with passion and never give up.

Can I use your photos on my blog/website?
In general, we allow people to repost our stories and photos with a few caveats:

  1. The photos are unaltered. In particular please do not crop the Speedhunters logos out.
  2. You only use 50% of the photos and writing on your website with a link back to Do not repost the whole article. This will make us sad.
  3. For social media, you are free to use our photos, as long as they are credited to and unaltered
  4. The photos can only be used for editorial purposes. No commercial use is allowed without written permission.

How do I advertise with Speedhunters or become an official supplier?
All enquiries of this nature should go through the commercial enquiries desk.


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Hello special contact details please. i can get the web page up and translate to English, i have asked a few times if the would export parts to the UK but with no success.
Do you have an email address could use or do you know if they are purely for the Japanese market.
Please advise


Hi Speedhunters, I am writing from Adelaide, South Australia and today I want to show you some of my images I have taken recently at a drift event using a Sony A300 DSLR (18-70 lense and 55-200 lense). I want to become a professional Automotive photographer soon enough I just need to get myself a better camera :) The car is Jake Jone's RB27 BMW, Please let me know what you think,

Thank you,

Dillon Wingard


​Good day,

​My name is Williams. I visited your site and found amusing articles which brought me here. To be more concise, I am interested in contributing an article for your site.

If you're accepting posts, please let me know and I can put together a draft for your approval.

​​I am a ​​graduate of mechanical engineering. I am also fascinated with cars and have knowledge about it. I will be more than happy to share the information I know through writing for your readers.

Best Regards,
Williams A. Young


I have an 80 928 , got it in a trade yrs ago , doesn't run , but low miles . Body great , paint not . It ran when parked , owner got a new car and didn't want to get rid of his Porches