Team BRIT drivers headed back to their karting roots
this week in support of a charity event to raise funds and awareness for the
Brain Tumour Charity.
Led by motorsport community and podcast Motormouth, the event aimed to raise money for what it the world’s leading brain tumour charity and the largest dedicated funder of research.
22 teams descended on Whilton Mill circuit for the 2.5 hour race on Tuesday 10th August.
Team BRIT drivers Andy Tucker, Bobby Trundley, Luke Pound and Aaron Morgan were among the host of pro-drivers, celebrities and members of the public coming together to race for the good cause.
Each team was joined by a well-known motorsport personality and the Team BRIT drivers welcomed WTF1 presenter Matt Gallagher.
In true Team BRIT style the drivers gave it everything and were thrilled to finish in third place overall, taking home one of the coveted event trophies.
Driver Aaron Morgan said; “It’s always a pleasure to race alongside my Team BRIT team mates and to do so at such a fantastic event which is all about supporting charity was brilliant.
“Our guest driver was a pleasure to drive with and the atmosphere on the day, hosted by Motormouth was so positive. The race was extremely competitive but each driver in the team did their bit and we were delighted to come away with third place.”