About Me

Mark Allen

Mark Allen is a British double-amputee racing driver and one of the first injured soldiers to enter the motorsport world by racing with hand controls.

Mark began his racing career with Kartforce in 2012; the same year he and his team became Guinness world record holders for racing the greatest distance over a 24-hour period.

By 2013 his career in racing had flourished as he went on to race in local, national and international races. Most notably the renowned Le Mans 24 hour race where he was one of the first injured soldiers to compete in the European championships.

In 2014 the Harley Street Skin Clinic where he is treated for his injuries, offered Mark his first sponsorship deal. This has enabled him to move forward with motorsports and make a successful transition into racing cars.