Concierge Medical and Partners& renew support for Zak O’Sullivan

by | Feb 22, 2024

Two hugely-valued sponsors of Zak O’Sullivan’s racing career have renewed their support ahead of the new Formula 2 season.

Private healthcare experts Concierge Medical and leading chartered insurance brokers Partners& have both committed to supporting Zak as he heads into the new season fresh from his first official outing in Formula One.

Zak, 19, from Withington, near Cheltenham, is part of the Williams F1 team’s driver academy and made his F1 debut in first practice at Abu Dhabi, following a successful Formula 3 season where he finished as vice-champion with four wins.

Concierge Medical is entering its sixth year supporting Zak and remains committed to ensuring he stays in peak condition throughout the season.

The Cotswolds-based company will continue to provide comprehensive medical reviews, tests and diagnostics for Zak, as well as referrals to specialists when needed.

Zak and Dr Simon Gillson, his dedicated doctor at Concierge Medical, work closely together to ensure he meets and exceeds the rigorous health standards set for professional racing.

Alongside Concierge, Partners& return for a second season supporting Zak. The chartered insurance broker provides specialist insurance, employee benefits, risk management and claims advice to businesses and private clients.

It counts Zak among its clients and arranges insurance for his road car – not the easiest thing to broker for a racing driver!
Partners& combines the best traditions of broking, such as technical advice and client service, with modern thinking and intelligent use of technology, to enhance the client experience and create a dynamic workplace for its talented team.

Zak said: “My sponsors are an integral part of me going racing – I simply couldn’t do it without them. The ongoing support from both Concierge Medical and Partners& is truly appreciated and makes a huge difference as I prepare for another season aiming to reach Formula One.

“Both companies go above and beyond, looking after me personally as well as providing vital funds. I’ll be wearing both logos with pride throughout 2024.”

The first races of the Formula 2 season take place at Bahrain’s Sakhir circuit over the weekend of February 29 to March 2.