UK ex-soldiers aim to create first all-disabled motor racing team

Team BRIT, which stands for British Racing Injured Troops, aspires to compete at the Le Mans 24-hour motor race.

    A group of former British soldiers are aiming to become the first all-disabled team to compete at the Le Mans 24 hours motor race.

    They are called Team BRIT - which stands for British Racing Injured Troops.

    The cars are specially adapted with hand controls to allow drivers to compete.

    Al Jazeera's Paul van der Werff reports.


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