AN inspirational racing team hoping to make history at Le Mans, made a special visit to a key sponsor's HQ in an Oxfordshire town.

Team BRIT went to cleaning equipment manufacturer Kärcher in Banbury on Monday.

The global company is a long-term sponsor of the team, which aims to be the first ever all-disabled team to race in the iconic 24-hour endurance race.

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Driver Bobby Trundley, 21, visited Karcher after a stellar performance in his race at Oulton Park on Saturday, along with two of the team's cars ready for the special treatment of a Karcher pressure wash after the race weekend.

Kärcher partnered with Team BRIT for the first time in 2019 and supplies the team with access to a range of equipment to keep its workshop in top shape, along with credit for products and consumables to help achieve its goals in 2021.

The team supports people with physical and psychological challenges in accessing motorsport through its racing academy and has developed the world’s most advanced hand control technology.

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