Career Management


Within such a competitive sport where there is very little margin for error on and off the track, DCM is responsible for the overall career management and development of its portfolio of talented racing drivers.

From junior single-seater categories to Formula 1 and IndyCar, we manage drivers who are aspiring to reach the pinnacles of motorsport. The route to the top is challenging and a great human and financial effort is required in order to get there. As a result, we support drivers by allowing them to focus their attention on racing, while we focus our attention on all of the tasks outside of the garage.

Upon signing with DCM, our drivers receive a comprehensive and individual management solution that is designed to set clear career objectives over the short and long-term. In order to provide the additional support that drivers should receive beyond team briefings, our experienced managers oversee the race-by-race evolution of our drivers and intermediate for them at important times during the year.

Signing new drivers is always a long-term investment and commitment for DCM, so we go to extraordinary lengths to ensure that our drivers have the best opportunity to achieve their goals. In turn, our drivers benefit from a dedicated management solution that is founded upon professional experience, knowledge, transparency, ambition and an influential network.

What We Offer

  • Native English speaking Driver Manager
  • Industry knowledge and expertise to accelerate career development
  • Career planning that is regularly updated for changing eventualities
  • Managing opportunities and negotiations with teams and academies
  • Season mentoring with clear short and long-term objectives
  • A platform to promote and add to your USPs
  • Increased attention on your profile from industry professionals
  • Experience to avoid common career errors made by young drivers


  • We provide assistance with visa applications (UK, Schengen and USA)
  • Managers can attend race weekends for driver representation