The racing event for those who are not normally allowed behind the wheel of a car
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A group of people, who are not usually allowed to drive a car, took part in a track day at the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire.
The charity event, hosted by Speed of Sight, saw people of all ages and abilities racing in specially adapted vehicles.
Michael is blind and unable to hold a driver’s license, but he was one of 20 who had the chance to take on the famous Formula 1 circuit in a specially adapted car.
Lewis Hamilton’s brother Nick, who has cerebral palsy, also took to the track for a ride.
In 2015, he became the first disabled driver to compete in the British Touring Car Championships. Today he drove with a blindfold.