Mark Blundell (GBR) McLaren. Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada. 11 June 1995.

Mark Blundell

For more than three decades Mark Blundell has honed his expertise in the upper echelons of elite global sport, firstly in a professional sporting career, then TV pundit and in more recent years, as a successful businessman. Mark started his sporting career at just 14, and for nearly 20 years he competed at the very top of world motorsport, including Formula One, IndyCar and World Rally. His wins even include the prestigious Le Mans 24-hour endurance race. From 2001 through to 2008, he was integral to ITV’s multi BAFTA award winning presenting team for Formula One.  During all this, Mark started up his own property company and over the last seven years, has been representing athletes particularly in motorsport. He is also a non-executive director at Lloyds insurance brokerage, Ellis Clowes and continues to be a proud ambassador for Range Rover.  A keen businessman, Mark realised that with his experience, knowledge and connections, it was time to start a new chapter in his life and launch an athlete management and sports marketing agency, built around his core values in sport.

Kieren Clark


Kieren is an experienced MSA Qualified Driver Coach, who has been helping young drivers fulfil their full potential since 2010. Kieren has a great racing pedigree. After an illustrious karting career, which included winning both the JICA and ICA Senior Championship at PFI, Kieren moved into single seaters competing primarily in Formula Renault. Clark was known for his consistency and went on to win the Formula B.A.R.C Championship in 2009, before moving into driver coaching in 2010. He has helped his drivers gain great success in their respective series, ranging from the GT Cup to FIA F3.

kiern-jewiss-mark-blundellMB Partners and Kiern

MB Partners launched the young driver academy in September 2014.

Headed up by former F1 driver Mark Blundell, MB Partners is one of the most successful motorsport driver management agencies in the UK.

Mark launched the academy to help cut down the learning curve for young drivers trying to make it in the competitive world of motorsport. MBP uses its global network of connections with its very powerful board of directors which include Theo Paphitis and Ian Childs; both of whom have a passion for the sport.

The programme not only focuses on developing young drivers but also ensures they are managed in the same way as professional drivers, such as current MBP drivers Gary Paffett, Mike Conway and Tom Blomqvist.

Only a handful of selected drivers will be a part of the Young Driver Academy, which will be overseen by MB Partners CEO Mark Blundell. MBP will also support it’s managed drivers at all levels, with use of its in house simulator, which underlines MBP’s vision to enhance its drivers.

Kiern was the first driver approached to come under MBP umbrella. Kieren Clark heads up the program and noticing Kiern at the 2014 Kartmasters, where he started from the pitlane to take the win in the final stages of the race.

Kieren commented, “My focus is to take someone as talented as Kiern on the right path to having a successful professional career in motorsport. There are so many different directions to go in motorsport and only a few are actually the right ones. However it’s not all about the direction the driver should go, it’s the whole package.”

Kieren training Kiern