2017 RACE SEASON ALMOST OVER – BRING ON 2018!
This time last year we had 1 car, 1 driver and 3 Rookies.
We now have enjoyed a fantastic season and grown enormously as a team.
We now own 2 cars, have 6 drivers and looking to recruit at least 4 more Rookies.
We owe a huge thank you to our sponsors. They all understand that we have set ourselves an incredibly difficult challenge, but they have stood by our side and we are enjoying this journey together.
We are overflowing with pride to announce that every 2017 sponsor has renewed their support and most have almost doubled their investment.
And that’s before we have broken the news about our step up to GT4 racing. There’s so much happening behind the scenes that we will share with you very soon.
BBC INVICTUS COVERAGE
Team BRIT’s story was shown as part of Invictus Games coverage.
Click HERE to watch.
MEET TWO MORE ROOKIES
In addition to our first two civilian Rookies, we are pleased to welcome two new injured troops.
Double amputee Royal Engineer Ash Hall was one of the first amputees to join KartForce, only 6 months after being blown up.
Read Ash’s story HERE.
Royal Marine Jamie Falvey was injured in a blast that has left him partially deaf in one ear. Now a private fitness instructor, he brings many skills to our team.
Full story HERE.
TEAM BRIT RACING HAND CONTROLS
A major milestone in the history of disability motorsport. Full info and where to purchase HERE.
TRIPLE & QUADRUPLE AMPUTEES – IS THE WORLD READY?
Now that we have the technology and it has been tested in a 25hr race, we are ready for even bigger challenges.
We want to push the boundaries and show the world what us mad Brits are capable of achieving.
We want to get a triple and a quadruple amputee racing.
With the expert support from Dorset Orthopedics, we are going to design a system to get Izzy and Lamin racing.
More news in our next newsletters.