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Team BRIT driver Noah Cosby is preparing to take on the 2024 racing season thanks to a partnership with the Motability Scheme that launched today (Tuesday 23 January 2024).

The Motability Scheme has joined our team to support our mission to provide a level playing field for disabled drivers, whilst also directly supporting 19-year-old Noah from Towcester in Northampton, our youngest driver.

Having joined the team in 2023 for his rookie year, Noah is now being supported through the new partnership which will enable him to complete a full season in the Britcar Trophy – moving him up the ladder of motorsport and onward in his racing dream. Around half of Team BRIT’s drivers are customers of the Motability Scheme which helps disabled people to get mobile by leasing a car, scooter or powered wheelchair with a worry-free package of insurance, servicing and breakdown cover included.

Three years ago, Noah was on his way towards a career as a motocross freestyler when he misjudged a jump, breaking his back in the fall. He spent seven weeks in John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, following an operation in which 2 metal bars and 9 screws were attached to his spine to hold it into place.  The impact of the fall had broken his spine at T6 and caused his spinal cord to stretch. Noah is now paralysed from the waist down.

In 2023, he signed for our team, and last year, Noah obtained his race licence and competed in the Citroen C1 Series, learning more about the sport and honing his skills.

Now, thanks to the partnership with the Motability Scheme, Noah will move up to the Britcar Trophy Championship, driving a BMW M240i with his teammate Asha Silva, also from Northampton. The Motability Scheme is also supporting the wider team, which this year will see two new rookies compete in a BMW 1 Series, and more experienced racers driving a McLaren 570S GT4 in the British Endurance Championship.

Photo caption: From left to right: Paul Fullick, Team BRIT driver; Dom Shore, Team BRIT driver; Lisa Thomas, Chief Marketing Officer, Motability Operations; Mike Scudamore, Commercial Director, Team BRIT; Noah Cosby, Team BRIT driver; Lisa Witherington, Managing Director Customer Services, Motability Operations; Caleb McDuff, Team BRIT driver; Tyrone Mathurin, Team BRIT driver.

Noah said: “It’s hard to put into words how grateful I am for the belief and support of the team at the Motability Scheme. Their backing is enabling me to take the next step on my motorsport journey, which started so brilliantly with Team BRIT last year. It’s the perfect partnership – I have an adapted vehicle which I lease through the Scheme myself using my mobility allowance, as do many of my teammates, and the Motability Scheme is all about getting disabled people out, independent and active – an ethos at the heart of our team.

“I learned so much driving the C1, but I’m really excited to be taking on a new championship in a much more powerful car this year. Our races will also be on the same weekend as our teammates in the British Endurance Championship, so being part of the whole weekend of racing will be fantastic.

“Asha and I worked really well together in the C1 Series and she has such potential as a driver so I’m actually quite confident about the performances we’ll be putting in this year.”

Lisa Witherington, Managing Director of Customer Services at Motability Operations, the company that deliver the Scheme, said:  

“We are immensely proud to partner with Team BRIT and to support their youngest driver and Motability Scheme customer, Noah Cosby. We believe in Team BRIT’s mission to level the playing field for disabled people both in motorsport and beyond and our support will help them to achieve their aims.  

“The Motability Scheme helps over 700,000 disabled people and their families access independent mobility which means they can live their life on their own terms and fulfil their dreams. We’re all looking forward to watching Noah’s career with Team BRIT develop and supporting him to achieve his ambitions in motorsport.”

Information about Motability Scheme can be found at

Information about Motability Operations, the company that delivers the Motability Scheme, can be found at

Noah set for epic 2024 season thanks to sponsorship support from the Motability Scheme, the UK leader in disability motoring