BASINGSTOKE racing driver Aaron Morgan has been confirmed as a GT4 driver for Team BRIT in the 2023 season.

Once again, Aaron will compete in the British GT Championship — one of the most hotly contested endurance racing championships in Europe.

His season will begin in April at Oulton Park.

Aaron drives for Team BRIT — the world’s only competitive all-disabled racing team, alongside his teammate Bobby Trundley.

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Last year, the pair made history by becoming the first ever all-disabled team to compete in the British GT Championship, and finished in an impressive 2nd place in the GT4 Pro-Am class.

Aaron, who is paraplegic, and Bobby, who is autistic, race the team’s Mclaren 570S GT4. The car is fitted with the team’s world-leading hand controls which enable Aaron to drive with Bobby and on equal terms with his competitors.

Aaron, 31, broke his back in a motocross accident when he was 15 and was the youngest ever disabled person to achieve a national ‘B’ race licence when he got back into motorsport following his accident. 

Bobby, 23, was diagnosed with severe autism as a child and went on to become a five-time national karting champion before joining Team BRIT in 2019.

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The team’s long-term goal is to become the first-ever all-disabled team to race in the Le Mans 24 hour, and it supports people with physical and psychological challenges in accessing motorsport.

The team’s other eight drivers are competing in the Britcar Trophy Championship, British Endurance Championship and C1 Series.

Aaron said: “I’m incredibly proud to be selected to drive for Team BRIT once again.

“We now have a full year of racing in our Mclaren under our belts and 2023 is set to be a big one for the team. We had a fantastic first season in British GT last year, with a highlight being a GT4 podium finish at Spa Francorchamps in Belgium. We can’t wait to get racing again this season.”