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The promotion of social inclusion among disabled individuals who are socially excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of being disabled in particular but not exclusively, by:
ONE: providing education and information to support and enable them to drive on the highway in specially adapted vehicles where appropriate:
TWO: providing opportunities in education and training with a view to gaining employment;
THREE: providing recreational facilities and opportunities for disabled people to participate and generally experience motor sport activities;
including the provision of especially adapted vehicles.
From the Blog
25 Jul, 2017
The guys have been hard at work doing some much needed maintenance and upgrading to the Megane. New radiator, brakes upgrade, race tyres from Toyo Tyres, plastic windows, blacked out lights and a fun lever!
18 Aug, 2017
New Support Vehicle
Our new Mercedes support vehicle back in the yard at AVS. THe guys will be wasting no time stripping it down and tidying it up.
20 Aug, 2017
New boots for the Volvo.
The Volvo has got new tyres and Sea hook discs so will be gripping better and turning sharper than ever before.
We Are Baronmotorsports
Making Motorsports Accessible for Disabled Drivers
Steve Gill and Matt Kitson set up Baronmotorsports in 2011 following Steve’s frustration at trying to get access to try a range of motorsports experiences. – Always the passenger, never the driver.
Baronmotorsports is a registered charity and our aims are simple:
To lobby motorsports providers, services and government to ensure equal access to motorsports experiences for disabled drivers;
To provide opportunities for disabled drivers to experience motorsports from the driver’s seat.
With the help and support of some amazing people, companies and grant providers we are now able to offer driver experiences in an adapted Track Day Car, 320cc Pro Kart and a saloon car for autotests and autosolos.
This is what we do