The decision to step up a class came from the desire to compete at the multimillion-dollar Perth Motorplex.
While Limited’s were an option, the family team felt the opportunity to race more often with more laps in the 410 class was worth it.
The driver this season will be Jason Bloxsidge, who is a 29-year-old business owner from Geraldton. Jason said he was very keen to run the car and see the power difference and all the hard work pay off.
While the team realises it will be an extremely tough initiation, racing against some of the worlds best, they will go in with realistic expectations of hoping to gain laps and experience.
Over the off season the team has been stocking up on spare parts in preparation and have purchased a pit mule to carry vital spare parts to keep the car on track.
Another addition to the team is new crew chief Greg Crotty, who will spanner the car after racing in Limited and 360 sprintcars across WA and the NT.
Other new crew-members include Paul Fieldler and Daniel Beamish, plus the ever-ready Bloxsidge family members. As most know advertising partners keep the car on track and the team would like to thank JB Training, Wayne’s Spray painting, Storm Motorsports Australia, Your Limo and Dowie Racing Fibreglass.
The family also gave a big thank-you to Troy Lawson, Shane at Storm Motorsports and also Ken at KRE for all their ongoing help in this new venture.
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