Fewkes Sport Management has enjoyed a sensational start to the 2024 racing season with successful results being achieved across the world of motorsport by its clients to-date.

In what is one of the busiest years yet for the ever-expanding sports management business, drivers Rob Huff, Mikey Doble and Gilles Magnus have racked up a total of 14 outright and class wins, followed by a further two podium finishes, between them.

Former FIA World Touring Car Champion, Huff, most recently grabbed the headlines in the UK’s premier motorsport series, the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship, as he produced a sensational drive to claim his first BTCC win in 20 years at his home circuit of Snetterton.

The TOYOTA GAZOO Racing UK driver, who has made a triumphant full-time return to the championship this year after narrowly missing out on the 2023 Kumho TCR World Tour with Audi Sport, charged from 14th to first in front of a bumper partisan crowd to claim a famous victory.

That triumph for the 11-time Macau Grand Prix winner was not only a first-ever 1-2-3 finish for Toyota and Speedworks Motorsport, but it was also a maiden triumph for sponsor Full Throttle Battery, whom FSM consult to on their EMEA growth strategy.

Success in the BTCC has also extended to Evans Halshaw Power Maxed Racing’s Doble, who has been one of the leading lights across the events held at Donington Park, Brands Hatch and Snetterton so far.

Remaining behind the wheel of the Vauxhall Astra for a second season, the 25-year-old has tallied a career-best finish of fourth place, four Independents Trophy wins and a clean sweep of victories in the Jack Sears Trophy – the latter in which he holds a commanding lead in the standings.

Over in mainland Europe, former Audi Sport factory driver Magnus has been a tour-de-force across the opening rounds of the GT World Challenge Europe Sprint and Endurance Cup’s following his victory in the Dubai 24 Hour race.

Labelled as a real star of the future in sports car racing, the Belgian racer and Saintéloc Racing have so far claimed three Gold Cup wins to establish an early lead at the top of the points for both series.

Alongside Paul Evrard in the Audi R8 LMS EVO II, the duo have scored a further two podiums as their attention now shifts towards the upcoming Crowdstrike 24 Hours of Spa race in June.

Rounding off the list of FSM clients to have competed so far this year is Will Powell, who has enjoyed a successful start to his Honda TCR tie-up with JAS Motorsport.

Will Fewkes, FSM Founder, said: “To start the 2024 season in the positive way that our drivers have is incredibly rewarding and goes to show the amount of hard work that we do behind the scenes to extract these results.

“FSM is heavily equipped and experienced across the world of high-level motorsport with an invaluable level of access, and our results as a business are currently reinforcing that; we expect to challenge for championships.

“From the perspective of consulting to large global brands on their sponsorship strategies, I believe that we are continuing to stand out for our clients by creating some of the most impactful programmes to ensure that their expectations are achieved commercially with the vast amount of experience that we have in this area.”

“I’m really proud of what we’ve achieved at FSM so far this year – both on and off track with all of our drivers, including myself,” added Performance Pathway Director Huff. “It shows that the preparation we have done has worked and it’s given the drivers the keys to be successful.

“When Will and I set off on this journey to collaborate at the start of the year this is exactly what we set out to achieve, so long may it continue.”