WOKINGHAM racing driver Bobby Trundley has stormed to victory once again, with yet another race win with Team BRIT in the Britcar Championship.

21-year-old Bobby’s season is going from strength to strength, attaining silverware in all three rounds of the Championship so far, with his most recent success in round three of the champion at Oulton Park on Saturday, June 12.

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Bobby, a Wokingham resident, was diagnosed with severe autism at four years old and from the age of 10, has had a passion for motorsport which helps him manage the challenges of the condition.

Team BRIT aims to be the first all-disabled team to race in the Le Mans 24 hour and supports people with physical and psychological challenges in accessing motorsport through its Racing Academy.

On Saturday, Bobby teamed up once again with paraplegic racing driver Aaron Morgan in Class 4 of the Endurance Category, driving #68, the Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4.

The pair clocked the fastest lap in the early morning practice session, and in qualifying Bobby then posted the fastest lap of the session, securing the pair a P1 start for the first race.

He started for the team in race one, using every inch of the track to keep the fierce competition at bay.

Bobby handed over the car to Aaron during the pitstop for the remainder of the race. For the next 35 minutes with Aaron holding on the race continued, bringing the team home Position 1 in class, and Position 2 overall.

Bobby said; “It was a mega weekend! We thought Oulton Park wouldn't suit our GT4 car compared to other cars with lighter front ends, due to the high number of corners on the circuit, but the team pulled it off.

“We were fastest in practice, fastest in qualifying and p1 in race 1 - the hat trick!

“I can't thank the crew enough. They worked so hard all throughout the weekend and gave us the best car possible.

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"My teammate Aaron Morgan was also incredible and did a stellar job of holding off the chasing EDF car at the end of race 1.

" Also, it was a pleasure to see some of the team’s sponsors enjoying the action on the track. I can’t wait to get out there again!”

Bobby races again in a special 2-hour race at Silverstone on the 3rd July. Further information on Team BRIT can be found at www.teambrit.co.uk.