Aaron Morgan and Bobby Trundley are to return for a second season in the Intelligent Money British GT Championship with Team BRIT.
The duo finished second in the 2022 GT4 Pro-Am standings behind Matt Topham and Darren Turner and are now looking to challenge for the overall title.
Team BRIT was established in 2015 to provide motorsport opportunities for drivers with physical and psychological disabilities and will field two entries in the domestic championship this season on its way entering the Le Mans 24 Hours with an all-disabled entry.
“We now have a year of racing in our McLaren under our belts and 2023 is set to be a big one for the team,” said Aaron Morgan, who has been a paraplegic since a motocross accident in his teens. “We had a fantastic first season in British GT last year, with a highlight being our GT4 podium finish at Spa. We can’t wait to get racing again this season.”
Driving partner Bobby Trundley, who was born with severe autism, said: “2022 was a fantastic year of learning and development for us, ending with a P2 class finish. This year we’ll be looking to build on our experience, pushing for class wins.”
The 2023 Intelligent Money British GT Championship season gets underway at Oulton Park on April 8 & 10.