Double amputee Ash Hall, an Ex-Royal Engineer who was injured by an IED in Afghanistan when he was 19, said: "To try and make a disability normal through motorsport is absolutely fantastic.
"When you're out [on the] track with other cars racing with able-bodied people, it doesn't matter if you've got no legs, no arms, whatever...it's just they want to overtake you and you want to overtake them."
The team is being backed by Nicolas Hamilton, brother of F1 World Champion Lewis.
Mr Hamilton has cerebral palsy and was the first ever disabled driver to race in the British Touring Car Championship. He told Forces News: "When I started in 2011, I was the only disabled driver doing it at that time.
"Being able to share the same sorts of ambitions and dreams with people that have different conditions but generally, are the same as you, is a real eye-opener."