Motorsport Talent Management strengthened its team with unique professional expertise by appointing former race driver Tamás Pál Kiss as Head of Operations and Vanda Borsos as Project Manager.   

Motorsport Talent Management has launched this season with an expanded driver line-up and a strengthened team: this year, MOTAM is represented by Martin Molnár and Tamás Gender Junior in karting, Levente Losonczy in touring car racing and Norbert Zsigovits in the Prestige category of the FIM Superenduro World Championship.

MOTAM is also ready for the season, with Tamás Kiss Pál Kiss, who previously worked as a consultant, continuing as the Head of Operations at the sports management division. He will be assisted by Vanda Borsos, who previously spent ten years in Formula One, MotoGP and other international motorsport projects as hospitality manager. Viktor Adorján continues his work in marketing.

“We have been working with great professionals since the start of MOTAM and this year we have been joined by staff with exceptional experience. We are working with unrivalled preparation in Hungary to ensure the success of our competitors and it is great to see that we are achieving increasingly impressive results in collaboration with our excellent partners abroad. The start of the season of Martin Molnár is a good example of this, as he achieved a victory in Lonato that is unparalleled in the history of Hungarian karting” – said Tamás Őry, Managing Director of MOTAM.


New colleagues from the top of motorsport

Tamás Pál Kiss is one of the most versatile and successful Hungarian race drivers of the 2010s.
He started his karting career in 1998, his first major international racing success came in 2010 when he was third in the British Formula Renault Championship. This enabled him to move to GP3, which was launched a year earlier as support race for Formula 1 race weekends, where among others he competed against multiple F1 race winner Valtteri Bottas. He took victory only on his fourth race in the championship and to date, he is the only Hungarian circuit racer who took a podium finish in Monaco. During his final year in GP3, he made his debut in Formula Renault 3.5, a direct feeder series to Formula 1, then raced in AutoGP against the likes of Antonio Pizzonia, Christian Klien and Narain Karthikeyan, Kevin Magnussen, Nico Müller and Antonio Felix da Costa. He finished fifth in his first season and then second overall. He spent the last three years of his career in rallycross and soon joined the European Championship field. He finished second overall among the continent’s best drivers in 2017.

Vanda Borsos has been surrounded by the motorsport world since finishing high school. Initially, she was following the World Rally Championship for private reasons while she finished her bachelor’s degree. In 2012 she started to work for the motorsport department of Red Bull alongside Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Alphatauri Formula One teams and the Red Bull KTM MotoGP team, where she was responsible for the team track hospitalities. When Red Bull Racing won the F1 World Championship title again after 8 years, she left the Austrian company seeking for new challenges in sport management. She was building the personal management of the Olympic Champion Liu brothers in short track speed skating until the end of 2022, when she joined the MOTAM team as project manager.

MOTAM: Unprecedented sports management program in Hungary

Established in 2021, Motorsport Talent Management (MOTAM) is the sports management arm of TRP Hungary. It aims to extend the group’s successful track record in the field of event management into talent management. MOTAM provides services to its clients in the areas of sponsorship, sports management, physical and mental training, communication, and legal affairs, specifically in the field of motorsports. Athletes can thus rely on the help of professionals in all elements of their careers to deliver the best possible performance.

One of the criteria for the selection of the athletes is Fit4Race’s expert analysis and the continued performance coaching in terms of mental and physical preparations. Our management business focuses on the care of talented competitors in the fields of circuit racing, enduro motorcycling and rally racing.

MOTAM has managed drivers in prestigious international series including but not limited to the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy, WSK, Champions of the Future, CIK-FIA karting championships, MINI Challenge JCW (a support series of BTCC), FIM EnduroGP World Championship and FIM SuperEnduro World Championship and has an extensive network of contacts in the UK and Italy.

In addition to sports management, MOTAM also develops and implements innovative business and educational concepts.