Another season with Team BRIT!

Rhino are incredibly proud to be partnering once again with Team BRIT driver Aaron Morgan for his upcoming season with the British Endurance Championships in his specially designed, hand-controlled Mclaren.

Team BRIT are a competitive racing team providing equal opportunities for disabled drivers to achieve their dreams. They are training to become the first ever all-disabled team to race in the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race.

The unique hand-control technology that they have developed has enabled true equality regardless of disability – something no other sport can offer. It has allowed disabled drivers to race competitively against able-bodied drivers on a totally level playing field. See Aaron’s revolutionary driving controls here!

Fully adaptable, technologically sound, and inspected by Motorsport UK’s technical experts, the hand controls mean that every driver racing on the track is equal, with no-one at a disadvantage due to an amputation, injury or congenital defect. What makes the system so effective is that is can also be instantly removed, unplugged and replaced with an ordinary steering wheel so the car reverts to standard specification. This means that drivers with a range of disabilities can drive on the same team.

Aaron is currently training in his Mclaren 570S Gt4 ready to compete in the British Endurance Championships, having just completed a full shakedown on the Algarve Motorsports Park track in Portimao, Portugal.

The new season starts Easter weekend – Good luck Aaron! Rhino will be cheering you on!


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