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NTT DATA sponsors an inspirational racing team

NTT Data, has announced its support of Team BRIT – motorsport’s most inspirational racing team.

The team has its roots in the military and most of the drivers are ex or serving military troops who have sustained serious injuries and are disabled.  In September this year, the team opened its doors to civilian disabled drivers in an effort to widen opportunities. It looks to ‘normalise disability’ and has created the world’s most advanced hand control technology to allow its disabled drivers to race on equal terms with able bodied competitors.

CEO of NTT Data UK Simon Williams said 
'We are delighted to support Team Brit. It's exciting to play a role in levelling the playing field for people with disabilities to race in a seriously competitive environment. What's more important is being part of a team that works together, supports each other and demonstrates what can be achieved in the face of adversity. Those are values that have made NTT Data successful, so it's an ideal partnership for us.”

Team BRIT Founder Dave Player said “We are extremely grateful for RMA and NTT Data’s support of the team, which will be hugely beneficial in helping us achieve our goals.

“We don’t just want to reach Le Mans, we want to create a sustainable model to help injured troops and disabled drivers to access competitive motorsport, something we have made possible through our technological development and our complete dedication to this project.

“With the help of organisations such as NTT Data, we will make a real difference to disabled people within the UK and internationally by showing them what can be done and creating a level playing field for all.”


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Source: Kana Inagaki, 2015, “Japanese know-how reveals Vatican’s treasures”, Financial Times, 11th March. 
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