Wrigley Ready To Storm Tassie Champs

press release

Tasmanian kart racer Steven Wrigley is putting his recent past disappointment of having his Kart and all his gear stolen behind him as he gets set to take on the Tasmanian Championship in an Intrepid-produced Storm Kart.

A fleet of Storms, the most affordable Italian karts, will be hitting the Oriolten Kart Track on the 19th, 20th, and 21st November in competition for the 2010 Raine and Horne Tasmanian Sprint Kart Championships.

Above: The Storms line up on the grid after testing - #93 is Steven Wrigley's, then #30 Nigel Cullen, #44 Tim Maxwell, #55 Gavin Lewis and #81 Craig Phillips.

Steven, father Scott and a host of local karters will be contesting the Clubman Heavy and Clubman Super Heavy classes in the Storm chassis which has been producing good results in the lead up to the event.

The theft of all his kart gear, two engines, tools, tyres, rims and suit was a bitter blow for Steven Wrigley who had travelled to Melbourne for the City of Melbourne Titles and had his van broken into.  It is a cautionary tale for all karters and there has been no result in locating any of his gear since.

Steve and his family, who have a long commitment to the sport of karting, also operate Wrigley Karts and Parts and are putting the theft behind them and will use the new Storm karts as inspiration to storm home at the Tassie Champs.


or further information, stockists and dealer enquiries please contact:
Australian importer – ESD
Phone 07 5559 2086 or louise@epicsports.com.au


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