Kieron Salter is an engineer and entrepreneur who made his start in the British motorsport industry.
He graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Oxford Brookes in 1993 before joining Reynard Racing where he progressed to become Head of their Special Vehicle Projects division. Kieron was Chief Engineer of five cars in 2000’s Le Mans 24 hours race and had three consecutive Le Mans Prototype winners there between 2001 and 2003.
Now, he is CEO of two innovative and engineering-led companies, KW Special Projects and the Digital Manufacturing Centre. Both companies are located in Silverstone Park. KW Special Projects is a high-performance engineering consultancy delivering niche vehicle programmes for road and track. The Digital Manufacturing centre is a state-of-the-art, multi-technology commercial additive manufacturing facility serving the automotive, motorsport, aerospace, space, medtech and energy sectors.