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Kent Cross

David Mason London proudly announces and introduces you to our Young Ambassador and Friend Kent Cross


With an estemmed reputation in Karting and single seater racing in his birth place of Australia, Kent saw his future in the UK, the birth place of his parents and an internationally renowned hub of Motorsport activity. Kent is a raw talent that when nurtured and allowed to grow will bloom into a quality racing driver. As with our ethos David Mason London only partner with likeminded individuals and Kent's commitment to move to an unknown country all alone at the age of 18 leaving his family and friends all the way on the other side of the world speaks volumes for his character, determination and drive. All attributes we admire and hope we have here at David Mason London.


On partnering with Kent we find ourselves in the position of being able to assist a young prospect schieve some of his ambitions and grow with Kent. We will be following and supporting Kent in all he does and are hoping to help Kent secure a drive in Renault BARC this year.



Heres a little more about Kent Cross

Originally from Australia born to British parents, Kent has now moved to the UK to pursue his Motorsport career.

From - Brisbane, Australia

Current residence - Stevenage, United Kingdom

Career aims - Formula 1 World Champion

Favourite Drivers - Kimi Raikkonen, Nigel Mansell, Mark Webber

Favourite quote - Refuse to lose.

Interests - Gym, Guitar, Motorsport, Music






Kent’s Career so far

About Kent

Kent began his Motorsport Career in 2000 and, from the ‘get go’, it was clear that he was a driver to watch.


Having raced and beaten some of Australia’s best drivers while competing in karts, Kent quickly made a respected name for himself. Called “The Kent Cross Show” when he turned up to races, he showed his natural ability to win.


In 2008 Kent made the move to racing cars, competing in the Queensland Formula Vee Championship. Immediately he showed talent, taking his first race win in his first meeting of the series. He went on to finish 2nd in the Championship, but only one year later, Kent claimed the Championship win, a feat he would repeat once again in 2010.


During 2009 Kent was invited to attend the Formula BMW Pacific Scholarship held in Malaysia at the Sepang Formula One Circuit. He showed quick pace throughout testing and the scholarship itself, even though he had never driven the cars previously.


It was inevitable that Kent would make the trip to the birth place of Motorsport – Europe – and in 2011 he made the move to the United Kingdom to continue his career. He tested in various series during the year, from Renault Clio and Chevron GR8 to Formula Ford. At the end of 2011 Kent was given the opportunity to run at one of the biggest events in the UK, the Formula Ford Festival. He found good pace throughout, taking the fight to 3 times series returnees. Kent finished well inside the top 20 out of a field of 35+ entrants. Since then Kent has continued to impress those in the motorsport arena with his natural raw talent and dedication to the sport.



In 2013 Kent will be looking to race in the Formula Renault BARC Championship.


you can follow Kent on his website http://www.kentcrossracing.com/ or on Twitter @kentcross