FIA TCR World Tour

Rob Huff

Renowned as one of the greatest touring car drivers of his generation, Rob Huff is an established name in global motorsport with the 2012 FIA World Touring Car Championship and more than 30 victories on the world stage among his many honours. 

A born winner, the Cambridge-born racing driver continued his trend of winning titles in 2020 as he lifted the Swedish Touring Car Championship crown with Volkswagen, before then sealing the FIA WTCR Trophy in 2022.

With plenty of accolades to his name, the BRDC Member also holds the record for the most touring car victories at the coveted Macau Grand Prix, which currently stands at eleven.

The 2023 season saw Huff represent Audi in the Kumho TCR World Tour, where he narrowly missed out on a second world title in the final race of the season.

British Touring Car Championship

Mikey Doble

Labelled as one of the standout talents in national motorsport at present, Mikey Doble accumulated an impressive tally of 12 victories, and a further 10 podiums en route to Ginetta GT5 Challenge and BMW Compact Cup title victories in 2022.  

With Doble’s sights firmly set on competing in the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship, this ambition was achieved when FSM negotiated his move to Carstore Power Maxed Racing for the 2023 season.

Doble went on to produce a stellar performance during the opening weekend of Britain’s premier racing series, becoming one of the very few drivers to claim an independents’ victory on his debut. This feat further highlights his potential for the future under FSM’s guidance.

GT World Challenge Europe

Gilles Magnus

Regarded by many as being a star of the future, Gilles Magnus has already enjoyed a meteoric rise up the motorsport ranks and the 24-year-old is showing no signs of slowing down.

In 2023, the Belgian racing driver claimed a top-three finish in the Gold Cup of the GT World Challenge Europe as factory driver for Audi Sport.

Having excelled in single-seaters against some of Formula 1’s hottest names, Magnus originally burst onto German car manufacturer’s radar by immediately building an impressive presence in TCR Europe, WTCR and the FIA World Touring Car Cup.

Switching from the top step of the podium on the world stage in touring cars and into a full-time factory sports car role for 2023, Magnus went on to claim one win, seven podiums and four pole positions in the series.

The 2024 season has already seen Magnus get off to a flying start having won the Dubai 24 Hour race, whilst also finishing runner-up in the Asian Le Mans Series.

Endurance Racing

Will Powell

Will Powell is a championship winning professional racing driver who has competed in the British Touring Car Championship, British GT and Michelin Le Mans Cup.

Currently categorised as Silver by the FIA system, Will stormed to championship victory in the 2021 British Endurance Championship in a McLaren GT3, racing up a number of victories in the process. He regularly competes in sports car series alongside private clients.

Porsche Sprint Challenge GB

Danny Dwyer

Danny Dwyer is a successful businessman in his own right serving as Managing Director to PHD Access, a leading access specialist firm based in London and delivering bespoke solutions around the world.  

Danny made his competitive racing debut in the 2021 Ginetta GT Academy where he immediately showed promise, earning various podium finishes en route to fourth position in the championship standings.

Joining the FSM management portfolio in November 2021, Danny instructed FSM to project manage all areas of his racing using our world-class experience of directing OEM motorsport programmes. This enabled him to simply turn up and drive on a test day or race weekend around his business schedule and commitments with the correct F1 standard coaching and training. 

For 2023, Danny will compete for AM Class honours in the Porsche Sprint Challenge Great Britain as support to the BTCC.