Gorne’s race driving career spanned Formula Ford, Formula Ford 2000, Formula 3 and Formula Atlantic. Gorne won races in Reynard cars before directing his energies to building and developing the Reynard companies. He joined Reynard in 1982 and drove the company forward in a visionary and forward-thinking fashion as Managing Director.
Two Queen’s Awards for Export Achievement, won in 1990 and 1996, highlight the strength of his accomplishments. Reynard Racing Cars were the only motor racing company to win this prestigious award twice.
Gorne saw the young motivated work force and solid communications network as a vital part of Reynard’s success, while his ability to recruit and maintain satisfied partners was also a key to Reynard’s international success.
In 1997, Gorne co-founded British American Racing together with Craig Pollock, Adrian Reynard and commercial partner B.A.T. After 4 years of Formula 1 and having personally achieved all he could within the BAR organization Gorne left in 2001 to develop his sports consultancy business.
Having successfully guided the careers of Gil de Ferran and Alex Zanardi in the USA Gorne has continued to grow his sports management business with strong representation of championship and race winning drivers.
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