Hailing from a family with deep roots in German automotive businesses, Steffen Rilli started his automotive career at the age of 16 as an automotive-mechatronic apprentice. HIs career officially started at the height of the touring car racing class, becoming a technician at the Young Driver Aston Martin Racing Team, competing in the GT1 World Championship. Within 6 months, having demonstrated outstanding mechanical and strategic ability, Steffen was promoted to Chief Mechanic of the #7 Aston Martin DBR9.

He was subsequently given the responsibility of preparing the #13 and #14 Ford GT3 competing in the European Championship.

Overall, his 10+ years of hands-on automotive experience with top teams, brands, and racing classes have inspired Steffen to venture to the business side of automotive sports. Having served as a consultant to several European brands, he now helms Rilli Racing and continues to grow his involvement with the sport through business ventures.



Adam began his career as an apprentice automotive technician, but always had a desire to work within the motorsport industry. 

After completing a university degree in Motorsport Technology he went on to work for a racing team based in England, Excelr8 Motorsport, competing in Mini Challenge and Production Touring Cars.

Adam then set his focus on engine and powertrain assembly, and trackside support, advancing his career and working for Gibson Technology, formerly Zytek Motorsport. 

His work with Gibson technology then led him to achieve a position working for Honda in Formula 1. Adam's role at Honda was focussed on trackside support for the F1 power unit, including all aspects of hybrid energy recovery systems.