When Old Kilpatrick racer Rob Kerr isn’t flying around the famous Silverstone track, he doesn’t simply relax and take it easy in his day job with the local driver now working as a high performance driving instructor.

Travelling all over the UK, Kerr is the man who will show you the ropes if you’ve bought or received the gift of a ride in a super car.

And on top of that, Kerr has also stepped up his race efforts this year with the thrill-seeker managing to squeeze in more time on the track.

With 99 cars on the start line back in April, Kerr lined up as part of a five-man team to compete in the C1 Silverstone GP Endurance 24-hour race. Heavy rain and poor lighting ensured conditions were treacherous with Kerr’s teammate involved in a double-figure roll-over crash (aftermath pictured above) immediately before the Clydebank driver was about to begin his stint behind the wheel.

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A 20-minute wait ensued as the mechanics patched up his car with Kerr forced to complete his three-hour drive with no windscreen but still managed to finish 49th from 99 starters.

Next up, Kerr made the trip down to Pembrey, Wales last month to take part in a slightly shorter endurance race. Better weather saw Kerr and his team impress as they finished 20th from 65 starters.

With many more races to come and with next season also promising plenty of action, Kerr is on the lookout for new sponsors to help back him. If interested, get in touch via 07810234747.