Lee’s story is now available on Attitude TV

Part I

Shown through the eyes of Lee Warn, this two-part series follows Lee on his journey to get licensed and compete in the HRC B&H 500.

Lee has never let the fact he is in a wheelchair slow him down. He is a wheelchair marathon athlete, a marriage celebrant, axe thrower, and a spinal support worker. Now Lee has set himself a new challenge, to become a race car driver.

Part II

Last time, wheelchair user Lee Warn joined ‘Team Motive’, Aotearoa’s first disability racing car team. Now, Lee enters the cauldron of motor racing as one of the team’s three drivers competing in a 500 km endurance event.

We did it!!!

Drivers and Crew standing and sitting around the Mazda Mx5 race car, after finishing the HRC B&H 500.
We completed our challenge!
We built a race car, we formed a team, and we raced our hearts out.
Finishing the day on a huge high and felt the genuine support of the Motorsport community.

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Motive logo. Strapline is more wheels, more power. Logo shows a stylised wheelchair racing with helmet on in red and black.

Started by Raymond Dufton in late 2021, Motive is a motorsport racing team enabling disabled people to participate in New Zealand motorsport events. Formed with the initial goal of entering into the B&H Endurance race at Pukekohe in October 2022.