Kieron Salter is the Founder and Managing Director of the KW group of engineering companies (KW Motorsport, KW Special Projects and KW Heritage), a Director of Sports Aero Solutions Ltd and CEO of the Digital Manufacturing Centre.
Following graduation in Mechanical Engineering from Oxford Brookes in 1993, he joined Reynard Racing where he progressed to become Head of their Special Vehicle Projects division.
Kieron was Chief Engineer on five cars in 2000’s Le Mans 24 hours race, and had three consecutive Le Mans Prototype winners there between 2001 and 2003. In 2003, he set up his own Motorsport Engineering Consultancy, KW Motorsport. Expansion followed in 2013 with the launch of KW Special Projects, an engineering solution provider transferring motorsport capabilities into other sectors such as automotive and professional sports.
In 2016 he also co-founded Sports Aero Solutions Ltd, a joint venture alongside fellow STC board member Rob Lewis of TotalSim. Most recently, he has expanded further with the creation of an advanced additive manufacturing facility, the Digital Manufacturing Centre at Silverstone Park.