Team BRIT will once again line up on the grid of the Britcar Trophy Championship this coming season with two ultra-competitive driver line-ups set to pilot a pair of BMWs.

Firmly established as one of the UK’s leading race teams, Team BRIT provides drivers with both physical and psychological disabilities with the opportunity to race alongside able-bodied drivers.

Dom Shore and Caleb McDuff

Aiming to reclaim the title that they won back in 2022, the race-winning outfit will launch a two-pronged assault on the overall crown this year. Spearheading the teams effort will be Noah Cosby and Asha Silva in a BMW M240i while Dom Shore and Caleb McDuff will join forces to drive a BMW 1 Series.

Dave Player, Team BRIT Founder, said: “2024 will once again be a year like no other, as we take on two championships across the same race weekend, with a range of drivers working on different stages of their racing careers. Noah and Asha performed brilliantly in the C1 series last year for the inaugural season of racing, and I know they’re going to impress on every front as they step up to the BMW. We love welcoming new drivers to the team, so can’t wait to see how our rookies, Caleb and Dom get on in Britcar. For them, it will be a year of learning and development, getting to know the car, the championship and of course – their teammates.”

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