Date of Birth

3rd July, 2002


Maidstone, Kent


Porsche Carrera Cup GB


Team Parker Racing


Football, Athletics


WEC Champion, Le Mans 24h winner

From a very young age Kiern has loved anything with an engine; quad bikes, field buggies, go-karts… anything! Racing is very much in the family with both Kiern’s Great Grandfather and Grandfather involved in motorsport and Kiern’s dad also racing karts too.


Kiern had his first petrol quad bike at the age of 2 and took to it straight away. He enjoyed his first real outing in a racing kart aged 7 and started racing aged 8. He won all of his ‘novice’ races and moved straight on to Honda Cadet racing at national level. Kiern has now been racing for 6 years and to date has managed to rack up an amazing 195 trophies, 5 British titles and a large number of Super One British Championship wins and podiums. Kiern’s success included Winning his 5th British title with Strawberry Racing in only his first year in the Rotax class. He also finished 4th in the 2015 Euro Max European Junior Championship.


Kiern got 2016 off to a great start as he won the WSK Champions Cup in Adria, Italy in his first race. In 2016, he competed in the WSK Italian Championships, the European Championships and the World Championship.


2017 saw Kiern Jewiss make the switch from karts to cars for the 2017 Ginetta Junior Championship. Displaying his ability to BTCC teams and to millions of fans at home, as the series is broadcast live on ITV, Kiern’s debut season was thoroughly impressive. 1 win and 12 podiums helped Kiern to be crowned as the 2017 Ginetta Junior Rookie champion, taking a record number 17 rookie wins in the process.


The 2018 season proved to be another enormously successful season for Kiern, as he went onto be crowned the British Formula-4 Champion, in just his first season in single-seater racing. In a debut season which would have fazed many drivers, by moving up into the single-seater racing ladder, Kiern showed immense skill, concentration and consistency throughout his title winning campaign. On his to way winning the Drivers’ Championship with Double R Racing, Kiern’s first season in the Championship saw him collect six wins, as well as scoring a record-breaking number of points, in addition to collecting a record-breaking amount of podiums. This all meant that the Double R Driver finished the season on a mammoth 445 points, a 71 point winning margin over his nearest rival, Ayrton Simmons. Winning the Championship at his home circuit at Brands Hatch – Kent, allowed Kiern to secure the Championship in-front of an adoring home crowd, allowing for jubilant celebrations from his friends and family in the crowd, as well as in the paddocks.


Kiern’s outstanding season in Formula 4 has not gone unnoticed, with the youngster being nominated as on of the four finalists for the BRDC McLaren Autosport Award, whilst also being selected as a BRDC Superstar, six months after joining the club as a Rising Star, undoubtedly attracting the attention of some of F1’s biggest teams.


The 2019 campaign saw Kiern make the step up to the BRDC British F3 Championship as he rejoined Douglas Motorsport in the UK based single-seater series, reigniting the winning partnership from 2017, two years after they first teamed up for the British driver’s maiden season in cars.


Kiern’s 2019 season got off to a tough start as he climatised to his new car and gained a greater understanding of the championship. After his difficult start, which saw a number of unlucky incidents, Kiern was in sublime from round four as he scored more points than anyone else in the final five rounds of the year. However, his tricky start meant that 4th in the Drivers’ Championship was the best he could manage in his debut season in BRDC British F3.


Remaining with Douglas Motorsport for another season in BRDC British F3, Kiern got the delayed 2020 season off to a winning start with victory in the opening race at Oulton Park. From there, the 18-year-old held front-running form throughout the opening phase of the season with 10 top-five finishes from 14 races.














BRDC British F3 Championship – 13th

Douglas Motorsport (incomplete season)

14 Races, 1 Race Win, 1 Podium


BRDC British F3 Championship – 4th

Douglas Motorsport

24 Races, 1 Race Win, 9 Podiums, 2 Fastest Laps and 2 Pole Positions

BRDC Aston Martin Autosport Award – Final-ten


FIA British F4 Championship – Champion

Double R Racing

30 Races, 6 Race Wins, 18 Podiums, 7 Fastest Laps and 2 Pole Positions

BRDC McLaren Autosport Award – Finalist


Ginetta Junior Championship – 4th, Rookie Champion

Douglas Motorsport

26 races, 1 win, 12 podiums, 3 pole positions and 17 rookie wins

Ginetta Junior Championship Winter Series – 2nd

Douglas Motorsport

4 races, 2 wins, 3 podiums, 3 pole positions and 1 fastest lap


WSK Champions Cup (Adria, Italy), OK Junior – Winner


TVKC Winter Championship, Mini Max – Champion
ABkC O Plate, Mini Max – 3rd
Kartmasters British GP – Champion

ABkC Super One, Mini-Max – Champion


ABkC Super One, Honda Cadet – Vice British Champion
MSA Super One, IAME Cadet – Vice British Champion
ABkC O Plate, Honda Cadet – 3rd
Kartmasters British Grand Prix, Honda Cadet – 2nd
Kartmasters British Grand Prix, IAME Cadet – Winner
Kartmasters Bruno Ferrari Trophy


ABkC Super One, Honda Cadet – British Champion
MSA Super One, IAME Cadet – 5th
Kartmasters British Grand Prix, Honda Cadet – 3rd
MSA IAME O Plate – 4th
Kartmasters Bruno Ferrari Trophy
BPKC Outstanding Achievement Award


Formula Kart Stars, Honda Cadet – Champion
ABkC Super One, Honda Cadet – 3rd
ABkC O Plate, Honda Cadet – 3rd
Kartmasters British Grand Prix, Honda Cadet – 2nd
Henry Surtees Honda Commemorative Meeting – Winner


ABkC Super One, Honda Cadet – 11th
Buckmore Park Kart Club Winter Championship, Honda Cadet – Champion
Lydd Kart Club Winter Championship – Champion
Henry Surtees Commemorative Meeting, Honda Cadet – 2nd


ARKS Test Passed
Buckmore Park Kart Club Winter Championship, Honda Clubman – Champion
Bayford Meadows Kart Club Winter Championship, Honda Cadet – Champion