Robbie Kerr

Robbie Kerr brings a well-rounded wealth of motorsports knowledge from a lifelong career in the industry. Over a 20-year racing career, Robbie started racing professionally in the British Formula Junior series and then advanced to the Formula Three series. There he was crowned champion in 2002 and was recognized as the prestigious Autosport National Racing Driver of the Year.

He competed in the Formula Renault V6 Eurocup, the Formula 3000 Series and the Le Mans Endurance Series. In 2005 he became the lead driver for A1 Team Great Britain for three years with multiple pole position and wins in the championship. The diverse driver also competed in the popular Formula Renault 3.5 Series.

In his one drive at the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans, Kerr and teammates collected a second place LMP2 class finish in 2007. He has been a guest driver in several series, including the Porsche Carrera Cup, Speed Euroseries, American Le Mans Series and FIA World Endurance Championship. Robbie has won over 200 competitive races throughout his career.

Kerr previously worked with Ian and Simon Dawson as a test driver and coach for their
Radical Texas business in 2014-15.

Outside of his racing career, Robbie has often helped with car and tire development programs as well as car developments on F3, F4, Porsche Cup, LMP1 and LMP2 projects.

In recent years Robbie has focused on mentoring junior growth development, aiding and coaching young professional drivers.

His experience behind the wheel on the race track has also benefitted his evolution to esports, where he also mentors young up-and-coming racers with the nuances of both real and virtual driving.

DOB: 09 26 1979
Hometown: High Wycombe, England
Nationality: British
Hobbies: Extreme Sports, Skiing, Biking