CDW Solutions Specialist and Team BRIT racing driver Aaron Morgan was back in action last weekend, competing in the next round of the Britcar Endurance Championship at the Oulton Park circuit in Cheshire on the 12th of September.
Qualifying began in adverse conditions with a wet track, but skilful driving from Aaron and his teammate Bobby Trundley saw them finish only eight-tenths of a second away from securing third place on the grid in class 4.
Aaron started the race from fifth and did brilliantly to gain a position on the very first lap. Unfortunately, an incident on the track required the safety car to emerge, neutralising the race for three laps and slowing down Team BRIT's speedy start. After a pitstop, Aaron handed the wheel to Bobby, who pushed hard to close out with an impressive fifth place finish in their class.
In attendance was Laigan Hammond, a five-year-old boy who had been diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) type 1 at 11 months of age. Team BRIT had invited Laigan to take part in the race day and he was able to spend time chatting with the drivers, checking out the cars and watching the action, before being presented with his own customised, joystick-operated electric car.
Once again, the whole CDW team is immensely proud of Aaron, and wish him and his team the best of luck for his next race, due to take part on 10th October at the world-famous Silverstone racetrack.
In the lead up to Oulton Park we spoke with Aaron about the importance of teamwork and shared values to his racing and his CDW career.