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Team BRIT is announcing a new racing project for disabled rookies.

From 2023, the team will field 2 entries in the Citroen C1 racing series, beginning at Silverstone in March.

The low cost endurance racing series sees drivers compete in standard, first generation Citroen C1s.

The tightly controlled series allows no modifications to the engine or transmission – the goal being close racing for everyone on a budget.

The Team BRIT entry will consist of 2 teams of 4 drivers, one representing LGBTQ+ drivers, and a team of all-disabled drivers who require the use of hand controls.

The team already confirmed will be made up of Anji Silva-Vadgama, a Team BRIT rookie who lives with multiple sclerosis, she will be joined by her wife Asha Silva who has ADHD and autism. Also on the team will be Yvonne Houffelaar, an experienced sim racer who has scoliosis, and her partner Sophie Aeronwen who is autistic.

The cars will be fitted with the team’s world-leading hand controls to enable disabled drivers to compete on equal terms.

Drivers signing up to the project will receive professional coaching, tuition, testing and support throughout the season, entering all eight races.

Team BRIT Founder Dave Player said: “We’re really excited about the launch of this project, which will add another step on our ladder of motorsport development for disabled drivers.

“Adding the C1 championship to our race calendar means that drivers who are just starting out in the sport can enter a professional and hugely popular championship at entry level, with the support and guidance they need to develop.

“We hope to attract some exciting new drivers to the team and look forward to seeing Anji and Yvonne enjoy some fun and competitive racing next year.”

The team is looking for new disabled drivers to join the project, who will benefit from the use of the team’s hand control technology.  The cost to compete in the Team BRIT C1 team will be £10,000 per driver, which includes everything required to race including pre-season coaching, race entry and pre-event testing. 

2023 Calendar
Silverstone GP4 HoursMarch 19th
Oulton Park3.5 HoursApril 22nd
Silverstone GP24 HoursMay 20th/21st
Donington GP3 HoursJune 17th
Snetterton 3005 HoursJuly 23rd
Brands Hatch3 HoursAugust 19th
Pembrey2x 6 HoursSeptember 16th/17th
Snetterton 3002x 3 HoursOct 14th/15th

To secure a place on the team, a non-refundable deposit of £2,000 is required, with further payments of £2,000 required on the 1st of February, April, June and August.

Not included: MSUK Start Pack, medical, MSUK licence application fee, ARDS test, damage deposit, race kit, BRSCC membership, C1 racing club membership.

Drivers will each pay a £1,000 damage deposit and will be liable for all damages up to £1,000.

For bookings and enquiries please contact

For more information on the C1 Racing Cup, visit

New rookie racing project launched