A TALENTED racing driver has won his biggest race yet making history as the first ever-all disabled team entry.

Bobby Trundley from Wokingham drives for Team BRIT – the world’s only competitive all-disabled racing team.

On Sunday, July 24, Bobby and his teammat Aarron Morgan took a double podium in the British GT Championship at Spa Francorchamps in Belgium.

Bobby said: “It’s really hard to put into words what this means to me.  Every single member of our team and crew worked so hard to make this happen. Aaron gave the drive of his life to put me in a brilliant position. I then did everything I could to make my way up the grid.

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“To have put in a performance like that against some of the most well respected teams in GT4 is really incredible for us. We are learning so much with every race and I’m so pleased we got this result which has given us such a boost ahead of the next round. A huge thank you to every sponsor and supporter that continues to believe in us.”

The 22-year-old was diagnosed with severe autism at the age of four. Bobby was non-verbal for a prolonged period and faced challenges socially and at school. 

When he was 10, he was invited to a karting birthday party that changed his life and led to him becoming the most successful autistic racing driver in the world.

Aaron and Bobby race again at Brands Hatch on the September 11.