Silverstone based Go Motorsport Management has today announced the appointment of Alf Boarer as Sporting Director further bolstering its management team after the recent announcement of David McMillan as Elite Performance Coach.
Alf was a successful racing driver in his own right and previously held the position of Managing Director of the driver management company Brask Management which helped to build the careers of Giorgio Pantano, Allan Simonsen, Andy Priaulx and Alex Muller to name but a few.
Whilst working in various top international teams Alf also worked with and helped Adrian Quaife-Hobbs, Daniel Ricciardo, Kevin Magnussen, Tonio Liuzzi and Mikkel Mac to move forward to achieving their goals.
Until recently Alf has been the Sporting Director for the FFF Racing team which race in numerous high-profile GT Championships across the globe running drivers including Tonio Liuzzi, Andrea Caldareli, Alvaro Parente, Kevin Estre Hiroshi Hamaguchi and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs, with notable successes including the Pro Am Sepang 12-hour race win and winning the Asian GT championship in 2016.
Mick Gomme, Managing Director
“Alf has a wealth of experience and contacts in global motorsport along with a proven track record of being able to guide drivers to the highest level, he will be an integral part of our rapidly growing business”.
Alf Boarer, Sporting Director
“Whilst working as Sporting Director for the FFF Racing team by ACM I have worked with Mick and when I decided to step down from that role I wanted to join someone who has the same passion and drive for young drivers and their development as I have. Mick is very much on the same wave length as me where it is all about the driver’s development and profile”.