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The American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association Calls Out LandSpeed Louise Seven Times

St. Peters, MO – The American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association announced the winners of its 2017 Nationwide Media Contest. Presented for excellence in motorsports journalism, photography, broadcasting and books, the annual contest selects the top three entries for each of the 22 categories. “LandSpeed” Louise Ann Noeth was recognized seven times: 4 First Place spots, 2 Second Place slots and 1 Third Place nod. All first places were for magazine writing: Feature, News, and a pair in the always-tough Technical categories. Demonstrating her indomitable competitive spirit to delve into several competition segments, her business reporting covered Road Racing …

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LandSpeed Louise takes Home Honors for Writing & Photography in National Competition

May 29, 2017 – Speedway, IN – Winners of the All American Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association National Competition were announced just prior to the 100th running of the Indy500. Entries were judged “blind,” no judge was aware of the writer or where the work was published. The works sent for judging were published in the 2016 calendar year. FIRST | Magazine Feature Writing | New Age: Powering Today’s Youth Market | PRI Magazine AUG 2016 AUG2016_Youth_PRI FIRST | Magazine Column Writing | Law & Order: Inside Rulemaking | PRI Magazine April 2016 APR2016_Rules_PRI FIRST | Photography – People | …

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LandSpeed Louise Earns Top Honors at All American Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association National Competition

May 23, 2015 – Speedway, IN – Winners of the 2014 All American Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association National Competition were announced during a breakfast ceremony held just prior to the 99th running of the Indy500. All magazine and newspaper judging was completed by an independent panel from a major journalism school. Entries were judged “blind,” no judge was aware of the writer or where the work was published. The works sent for judging were published in the 2014 calendar year. 1st  | Newspaper Feature Writing | Women in Drag Racing: Hear Them Roar  | New York Times Read Original …

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LandSpeed Louise’s Fuel For Thought Columns Earns FIRST Place in two AARWBA writing competition categories

May 28, 2011, Indianapolis Motor Speedway– The 2010 All American Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association (AARWBA) Contest winners were announced at the annual breakfast held in the shadow of  the famed racetrack’s turn two. Now in its fourth decade, the annual competition attracts entries from across the nation as well as from around the world. “LandSpeed” Louise Ann Noeth has earned two first place finishes: the first for Magazine Column Writing and the second for Magazine Technical Writing.  Both honors were awarded for her long-running, monthly Fuel For Thought column in the Goodguys Gazette.  “Attitude, Gratitude, and Talking Race Cars” …

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Recognition For the Effort

When journalists finish a piece of work there is a sense of relief, to be done and to have accomplished something that will be of value to others. how many others is always a mystery. When the work is published there is a small bit of pride seeing the work placed into the public forum. When readers respond — with praise or criticism, it is bonus, a chance to take a measurement of value, worth and direction. The big leap is entering the work into competition. Peer review can be as merciless and stinging as it is uplifting and rewarding. …

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