Adelaide born and raised go-kart racer Noah Enright will take to the karting track in South Australia, now supported by Australian advanced technology company, VAILO.
11-year-old Noah first started racing when he was only seven years old. He has competed in Cadet 9, Cadet 12, and Junior Light, and has become state champion in all classes.
“I really want to race in the Australian Karting Championship, and the support from VAILO can help me achieve this,” Noah said.
“I hope one day to be racing V8 Super Cars and this is one step closer to my dream.”
VAILO CEO and Founder Aaron Hickmann believes supporting young talent is essential at a grassroots level in sport.
“Noah is a great young talent in the karting world. You can see he’s already a racer who is keeping you on the edge of your seat through the passion he has for the sport.” Aaron said.
“Children gain a lot of opportunities and learn many life lessons thanks to karting, including respecting fellow competitors and dealing with highs and lows.”
VAILO is an Australian advanced technology company with its core in ultra-high-powered LED lighting. VAILO is committed to accelerating disruptive and sustainable technologies and has transitioned from importer to manufacturer, exporting Australian designed and made LED lighting product with their flagship stadium light, the Zenith Gen-V.