From Ice Hockey to Rugby League to darts, Totally Wicked’s sponsorship has spanned far and wide, providing funding to help both established professional teams and budding sportspeople achieve their full potential. We can now proudly say that we have entered into the fray of Motorsports thanks to our sponsorship partnership with Team BRIT.
Team BRIT is a truly unique outfit made up of a team of inspiring drivers – primarily ex or serving military troops who have sustained serious injuries resulting in permanent disability. This team of drivers have all taken part in karting events through the team’s linked charity, KartForce however Team BRIT is not a charity but a competitive racing team, competing against able-bodied racers on an even playing field.
With the ambition of competing in the world famous Le Mans 24 hour endurance race, Team BRIT relies on its steely determination and strong team ethic to show the world that in the face of adversity, goals apparently beyond your grasp can still be achieved.
Show your support for the drivers on their Fun Cup UK Events throughout 2017 as Team BRIT will be sporting the Totally Wicked logo on the rear windshield of their racing cars and also on the front of their fireproof vests.
While vaping and motor sport may not share much common ground, changing lives for the better and improving well-being is something that Totally Wicked and Team Brit can certainly both relate to.
Managing Director of Totally Wicked, Fraser Cropper’s military background certainly played a part in the decision to sponsor Team Brit, he said:
“It is a real privilege to be involved supporting Team Brit, specifically playing our small part in offering opportunity to servicemen who have sustained life changing disabilities whilst serving their countries. However, these guys do not need our sympathy as they have already shown the fortitude to create second careers outside of the service as racing drivers, competing as equals with every other car they race against.”
Totally Wicked hopes to contribute further towards Team BRIT’s success both on and off the track, and anticipates that Team BRIT will continue to benefit not only the lives of injured troops but will also provide motivation to onlookers in need of inspiration.