Position: Freelance journalist
Stuart Martin started his legal driving life behind the wheel of a 1976 Jeep ragtop but his passion for wheeled things was inspired much earlier. Born into a family of car tinkerers and driving enthusiasts, he quickly settled into his DNA and was spotting cars or calling corners blindfolded from the backseat of his parents' car before he was out of junior primary.
Playing with vehicles on his family's rural properties amplified the enthusiasm for driving and his period of schooling was always accompanied by part-time work around cars, filling with fuel, working on them or delivering pizzas in them.
A career in journalism took an automotive turn at Sydney's Daily Telegraph in the early 1990s and Martin has not looked backed, covering motor shows and new model launches around the world ever since.
Regular work and play has subsequently involved towing, off-roading, the school run and everything in between, with Martin is now working freelance as a motoring journalist, contributing to several websites and publications including GoAuto - young enough for hybrid technology and old enough to remember carburettors, he’s happiest behind the wheel.
Latest articles by Stuart Martin
SA hosts fuel-cell vehicle demo
Hyundai and Toyota have joined forces as part of a fuel-cell vehicle demonstration in South Australia
Mitsubishi banks on SUVs, Triton for future growth
Mitsubishi is riding on the coat-tails of the current surge in SUV and light-commercial vehicle sales in Australia