On Saturday 26th November, Daytona supported driver Bobby Trundley attended the SRO awards with Team BRIT, alongside Daytona Motorsport CEO Charles Graham, to collect his 2nd in class trophy in the pro-am GT4 category of British GT.
Bobby began his Kart Racing career here at Daytona in April 2010 where he quickly moved up through the ranks to become a 5 times DMAX Champion. Bobby is now excelling in his career, placing himself at the front of the grid for the British GT championship, driving for Team BRIT - the world’s only competitive all-disabled racing team.
Team BRIT aims to make racing history by taking a team to the world famous Le Mans 24hr endurance race – becoming the first ever British all-disabled team to do so. The team’s technological innovation of the world’s most advanced hand control technology, enables disabled drivers to compete against able-bodied drivers on a totally level playing field.
Diagnosed with autism at the age of 4 years old, Bobby has found racing to be one of his greatest passions. Daytona is honoured to have been that help to Bobby in his younger years, and supporting his journey to confidence, excellence, and success.
We are very proud to have Bobby as one of our alumni, and will continue to support him through his racing career.