Team BRIT has announced its confirmed entry into the newly formed British Endurance Championship in 2022. Following yet another record breaking year, the all-disabled team will enter two drivers in its Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4. The team aims to become the first ever all-disabled team to race in the Le Mans 24 hour and is successfully creating a ladder of development for disabled racers.

TeamBRIT Aston at Oulton Park in the summer of 2021. Photo © Stevie Borowik

2022 will see drivers Andy Tucker and Luke Pound move up to the British Endurance Championship, driving the team’s Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4, taking the baton from this year’s Aston drivers Bobby Trundley and Aaron Morgan who finished in an impressive P3 in class in the Endurance Category of the Britcar Championship this year.

Andy and Luke delivered fantastic performances in the Trophy Category of the 2021 Britcar Championship, with Andy securing an overall P3 class finish in the BMW M240i and Luke finishing P5 in class in the BMW 118i.  Both drivers secured silverware in the final race of the season.

Team BRIT founder Dave Player says, “We were delighted to hear the news of the formation of the British Endurance Championship next year, managed by Britcar.

“Next year sees our fourth consecutive year of racing in the Britcar Championship, which is so well managed by Claire Hedley and her team, so we know great things will come from their leadership of this new national championship.

“Andy and Luke have progressed significantly as drivers this year and I know they’re going to make a real impact on the grid next year.”