Mission Motorsport is run by by a team of professionals - with a combined military service of over 150 years between them (most of that is Joey, to be fair). We’ve a unique mix of industry, commercial, recruitment, coaching, mentoring and instructional experience but with a common thread of really, properly caring about those whose lives have been affected by military service.

Having served 17 years in the Royal Tank Regiment, he returned from his last tour of Afghanistan in 2011 determined to help those whose lives he had seen impacted by military service. A Grade A race instructor, his enthusiasm and vision - to harness the power of sport for wider good - drives the organisation to this day. His determination to put duty of care for those in need first, sets the tone for everything that the charity does. He embodies Post Traumatic Growth, and works hard to promote the same in others.

Having served 17 years in the Royal Tank Regiment, he returned from his last tour of Afghanistan in 2011 determined to help those whose lives he had seen impacted by military service. A Grade A race instructor, his enthusiasm and vision - to harness the power of sport for wider good - drives the organisation to this day. His determination to put duty of care for those in need first, sets the tone for everything that the charity does. He embodies Post Traumatic Growth, and works hard to promote the same in others.

James Cameron, CEO, Founder

Adam served for 19 years in the Royal Artillery and the Adjutant General’s Corps before entering the recruitment world specialising in service leavers. He joined Mission Motorsport in 2013 as part of the MoD’s Recovery Career Services leading the charity’s Training and Vocational delivery output.

Adam served for 19 years in the Royal Artillery and the Adjutant General’s Corps before entering the recruitment world specialising in service leavers. He joined Mission Motorsport in 2013 as part of the MoD’s Recovery Career Services leading the charity’s Training and Vocational delivery output.

Adam Marchant-Wincott, Chief Operating Officer

Mark joined as the Charity Coordinator in June 2018 after completing 31yrs in the Army, and has since stepped up to Operations Manager. He has landed his dream job which combines a lifelong passion in motorsport and a desire to help and support those still serving and veterans. Charged with the day to day running of MMHQ - he manages the events calendar and brings a collection of skills to the charity but mainly humour, hard work and a thorough understanding of how to inflate the Aireshelta.

Mark joined as the Charity Coordinator in June 2018 after completing 31yrs in the Army, and has since stepped up to Operations Manager. He has landed his dream job which combines a lifelong passion in motorsport and a desire to help and support those still serving and veterans. Charged with the day to day running of MMHQ - he manages the events calendar and brings a collection of skills to the charity but mainly humour, hard work and a thorough understanding of how to inflate the Aireshelta.

Mark ‘Joey’ Jordan, Operations Manager

Fi joined the charity in January 2017, having worked in the Military Charity sector for over a decade. She has a wealth of experience behind her and takes pride in fulfilling her wish to ‘make life better’ for our military family wherever or however they have served. Fi works on the vocational and welfare side of Mission Motorsport.

Fi joined the charity in January 2017, having worked in the Military Charity sector for over a decade. She has a wealth of experience behind her and takes pride in fulfilling her wish to ‘make life better’ for our military family wherever or however they have served. Fi works on the vocational and welfare side of Mission Motorsport.

Fiona Yates, Vocational Support Manager

Ben started volunteering with the charity in 2012 and worked as part of the team responsible for organising events including the Invitational at Goodwood and the Race of Remembrance. In 2016 he became Mission Motorsport’s fundraiser, a role he continues to this day and is responsible for corporate relations.

Ben started volunteering with the charity in 2012 and worked as part of the team responsible for organising events including the Invitational at Goodwood and the Race of Remembrance. In 2016 he became Mission Motorsport’s fundraiser, a role he continues to this day and is responsible for corporate relations.

Ben Williams, Fundraising & Corporate Relations

David first joined Mission Motorsport as a trainer for the Training Wing, since then David has moved to managing the training wing and technical training delivery. He has a decade long career in the motorsport industry, working in circuit racing, rally cross and rallying as a mechanic and workshop manager. He also ran a road car company specialising in auto diagnostics.

David first joined Mission Motorsport as a trainer for the Training Wing, since then David has moved to managing the training wing and technical training delivery. He has a decade long career in the motorsport industry, working in circuit racing, rally cross and rallying as a mechanic and workshop manager. He also ran a road car company specialising in auto diagnostics.

David Guilfoyle, Technical Training Manager

Aston volunteered at Mission Motorsport’s launch back in 2012 as a serving soldier. He retired after 24 years of service as the highest qualified Welfare Senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the Army and assumed a full time role looking after the fleet and the delivery of the charity’s sporting output.

Aston volunteered at Mission Motorsport’s launch back in 2012 as a serving soldier. He retired after 24 years of service as the highest qualified Welfare Senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the Army and assumed a full time role looking after the fleet and the delivery of the charity’s sporting output.

Aston Dimmock, Workshop Manager

James joined Mission Motorsport in June 2019 after 18 years in the Army. The majority of his service was as a reconnaissance solider in the Household Cavalry Regiment, then the final 5 years as a helicopter pilot in the Army Air Corps. James is now a Senior Account Manager delivering the Mission Automotive initiative, proudly working hard to develop new opportunities for service leavers and veterans in industry.

James joined Mission Motorsport in June 2019 after 18 years in the Army. The majority of his service was as a reconnaissance solider in the Household Cavalry Regiment, then the final 5 years as a helicopter pilot in the Army Air Corps. James is now a Senior Account Manager delivering the Mission Automotive initiative, proudly working hard to develop new opportunities for service leavers and veterans in industry.

James Griffin, Mission Automotive Senior Account Manager

Steve left the British Army in 2013 having served over 20yrs as an Infantry Officer. Since leaving the military, he has worked in several management roles until joining Mission Motorsport in July 2018. Passionate about veteran welfare, he now heads up Jaguar Land Rover’s Armed Forces Engagement Programme, providing vocational advice and support to service leavers and veterans.

Steve left the British Army in 2013 having served over 20yrs as an Infantry Officer. Since leaving the military, he has worked in several management roles until joining Mission Motorsport in July 2018. Passionate about veteran welfare, he now heads up Jaguar Land Rover’s Armed Forces Engagement Programme, providing vocational advice and support to service leavers and veterans.

Steve Lees, Armed Forces Engagement Manager, Jaguar Land Rover

Annette joined Mission Motorsport in September 2017 as the Accounts Administrator.

Annette joined Mission Motorsport in September 2017 as the Accounts Administrator.

Annette Beckmann, Accounts Administrator

We found Ed in the back of a Defender Challenge car, muttering incoherently about “G4 Challenge’. As part of Mission Motorsport’s Care in the Community Program, we manage Ed’s gradual return to a world where the use of the word ‘ecosystem’ more than 8 times a day is only permissible if you are Chris Packham. Oh, did we mention Crossfit? Crossfit.

We found Ed in the back of a Defender Challenge car, muttering incoherently about “G4 Challenge’. As part of Mission Motorsport’s Care in the Community Program, we manage Ed’s gradual return to a world where the use of the word ‘ecosystem’ more than 8 times a day is only permissible if you are Chris Packham. Oh, did we mention Crossfit? Crossfit.

Ed Tilston, Commercial Consultant

Dave initially came to Mission Motorsport as a beneficiary while awaiting medical discharge following 21yrs service in the Royal Military Police. After discharge Dave was unable to return to a forensic role so he sought a completely new challenge and is now the Livery Manager for the charity. Having had no background in livery or graphics, it has been a steep learning curve but one that he thoroughly enjoys.

Dave initially came to Mission Motorsport as a beneficiary while awaiting medical discharge following 21yrs service in the Royal Military Police. After discharge Dave was unable to return to a forensic role so he sought a completely new challenge and is now the Livery Manager for the charity. Having had no background in livery or graphics, it has been a steep learning curve but one that he thoroughly enjoys.

Dave Turnbull, Livery Manager

“I am humbled at the effort they put into making life better and easier to handle for ex forces who have a physical injury or those who have unseen scars from their service in HM Forces, in short they are fantastic”

- MM Beneficiary, Jon Steward

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