30 years old

Growing up in the shadow of Lydden Hill meant that Liam has been slaying tyres ever since he was 14 years old. However, while his heritage in Rallycross runs deep – with his family having been involved in the sport since its inception – the British driver has worked hard to build up a world class team from the ground up, at the same time as clawing his way to the sharp end of the grid as driver on the international stage.

Most will already know about his meteoric rise through the ranks, locking in early successes in British and European championships, as well as his shock victory at X-Games 17 in Los Angeles, but fewer will know about Liam’s work as a team boss.

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