About Jarrah Venables
Jarrah Venables has nearly twenty years of professional experience in the motor sport and collectors car industries, but a lifetime immersed in them. He grew up surrounded by all manner of fantastic cars and quickly developed his father's passion for everything related to them. His main areas of expertise include brokerage, research and events, with each holding special appeal in their own way.
Jarrah has spearheaded content creation at events ranging from the smallest to the largest of their type and delivered world-class results time and again. He spent nearly a decade overseeing automotive content at Goodwood's renowned Festival of Speed and Revival events. This high-pressure role required working with a wide range of people from collectors to restorers, VIP drivers/riders, sponsors, auctioneers, freight specialists, insurance underwriters, historians and the media. With over 1000 vehicular entries across both events the role dealt with an incredible variety of vehicles. Many amazing experiences were created for hundreds of thousands of fans and numerous memories along the way. His time at Goodwood was certainly rich in depth and variety!
Jarrah closed his chapter at Goodwood in 2013 to pursue new challenges. This led him to found his own company so that he could cater to the needs of collectors and event organisers around the world. He enjoys a vast international network of strong relationships with individuals ranging from the biggest collectors/organisers, to the greatest drivers. In particular he focuses on sourcing and selling some of the world’s most collectible cars, historical research and collection management. Additionally, through founding the Endurance Racing Legends club, Jarrah ensured that endurance racing cars of the 1990s/2000s were embraced as the youngest category in historic motorsport.
A lifelong exposure to and passion for such special cars, motor sport and their history ensures he has an unyielding enthusiasm to constantly exceed expectations. When not in his office Jarrah can either be found racing at or attending one of the plethora of car events around the world, or enjoying time with his family at their favourite local beach in West Sussex, England.
About Maxwell Lynn
Maxwell Lynn has been surrounded by classic cars and motor sport throughout his life. His father is a passionate classic car collector and racer who has participated in many of the world's greatest classic racing events, from Goodwood, to Le Mans Classic, the Spa Six Hours to the Tour Auto. As a result, Maxwell has been attending such events since a young age, allowing him to make connections and relationships in the paddocks.
Given Maxwell's immersion in the classic racing world, it was perhaps no surprise that he also took up the sport. Beginning in the Caterham Academy in 2017, he then made his way into historic racing. Debuting in Peter Auto's 2.0-Litre Cup, Maxwell has competed in several of the major classic races such as Le Mans Classic, the Goodwood Revival and the Spa Six Hours. After getting a taste of modern cars by a winning the LMP2 class of the Masters Endurance Legends series, Maxwell and his father moved into contemporary racing in 2022 by entering the Michelin Le Mans Cup in a Ligier JSP320. Maxwell continues to dovetail both modern and historic racing.
In 2020, Maxwell started his journey at Loughborough University. Maxwell complemented his academic commitments with his sporting commitments as he represented Loughborough in the Rugby Union during his time at the University. Maxwell concluded his tenure at Loughborough in 2023 by achieving a 2:1 degree in Politics and International Relations. After completing University, Maxwell followed his love for cars and his passion for research by joining Jarrah Venables in September 2023. Given his life-long immersion in both the world of classic and modern racing, Max has already amassed in depth knowledge, and with it brings a unique perspective.