New direction for Corish Motorsports
After a few years on the sidelines, the Corish Motorsports team are excited to announce that they are joining the Aussie Racing Cars category for 2023.
Regarded as one of Australian motorsport’s most spectacular and popular categories, the Aussie Racing Cars have seen the Corish Motorsports team, who are based on the South Coast of NSW in the town of Wandandian, go out and purchase two cars for their maiden four-wheel circuit racing debut.
“It’s an exciting time for the Corish Motorsports team to be making the next step in our motorsport journey,” enthused Aidan Corish.
“With the Aussie Racing Cars being one of the most popular forms of motorsport here in Australia, and the fact they run motorcycle engines, along with more sponsorship opportunities as they are mostly on the support card for the Supercars, it was a no-brainer to go out and make this move.”
Leading up to their full campaign in 2023, the Corish Motorsports team will be making their Aussie Racing Car debut at next month’s ValoAdelaide 500 in South Australia.
For this exciting occasion, they will be fielding only one car and have teenager Imogen Radburn as their driver.
The 17-year-old, who resides in Nowra on the South Coast, comes from a go-karting background, which includes competing at a national level over the past two years and also winning NSW and ACT Titles in the KA4 Junior class.
Just this year, she made the move into Formula Fords competing in the NSW State Championship with the Canberra, ACT-based CHE Racing team that is operated by Supercars driver Cameron Hill.
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