Autism In Motorsports
Anthony Ward is his Son.
Has been in karting for past 5 years. Enjoys the laughs, banter & Anthony's Mechanic. Having been through the tough times, AIM was a passion to start and with Mark Firmin, they push AIM forward to what it is today. Paul loves to help others along with Anthony, Seeing smiles is worth every minute spent.
Charlie & Fred Firmin are his Son's. Has been karting for past 5 years and is is Fred's Mechanic. Charlie has moved to driving 4x4's for fun. Mark Loves the excitement and laughs. AIM means a lot to Mark even though his sons do not have any disabilities, Mark's kind heart has helped a lot of people.
Graham has a passion for racing and with his son Lewis, they race in the Senior 177 Rotax class at Bayford Meadows.
Graham has a passion for AIM and wants to help move forward and help more people. Graham loves to get his hands dirty and enjoys the laughs in the team.
Simon previously raced karts and one day his son Alfie asked if he could try karting. Simon put a post out asking for help and AIM did just that. From then on Simon has continued to help AIM. Simon like a laugh and mucking in.
All our drivers are from different backgrounds, not all have Autism, ADHD or other disabilities. They race to help encourage and promote AIM. They all drive with passion regardless If They Win or Lose, We believe in the phrase - We Win Together, We Lose Together, We Are Autism In Motorsports
Has been karting from a very early age. Thomas had a major achievement when he came 3d in the Super One karting championships.
Thomas has agreed to become an Ambassador to AIM and to help the Team and drive under the AIM banner. Thomas is furthering his driving skills by taking on a much larger vehicle - His new 4x4 and going to try rallying after his Dad Colin.
The Tech Guru's
AKA Dr. Kart.
His son races in Rotax. Loves to help people and tweak engines.
Colin has been racing himself for over 30 years from karting to Porsche and more.
Has a Wealth of knowledge in karting. If it's broke he will fix it.
Would or Could You?
Would you like to be one of our Tech Helpers? We always look for people who can volunteer their help to those who need it. We need to help the people who come from low income families who have children with Autism, ADHD and other similar conditions. They need us. Send us an email with your details and experience plus the tracks you go to. Remember this is to help for free only.
Families can be very vulnerable too and need our help and trust. CLICK HERE