Link ECU will be hosting rally driver Amanda “RalyGrl” Skelly of the Noble Star Rally (NSR) Team during the 2018 Wicked Big Meet (WBM) in Stafford Springs, CT on 24 June, 2018. Link ECU began sponsorship with Skelly in 2016 and is proud to support Skelly as she debuts her newest rally car build.
The Wicked Big Meet is one of America’s largest Subaru enthusiast festival, which houses over 8,400 people in one day. The festival includes an all Subaru autocross event, and all Subaru Car Show, over 60 vendors, raffles and other various activities and music throughout the day. The festival takes place at the Stafford Motor Speedway. Gates open at 10.00am and close at 5.00pm. Tickets may be purchased online by visiting the WBM website below, or by being purchased at the gate.
Skelly and her rally car “Stitch”, a 1997 Subaru Impreza, will be available for viewing at the Link ECU and Noble Star Rally tent. She will be joined by Link ECU's North American Sales Manager Torry Skurski who will be available to answer any questions regarding Link Engine Management products.
Link ECU started 25 years ago and have grown into a world leader in Engine Management Technology, with a range of standalone ECUs and accessories sold in 65 countries by over 1,500 dealers and tuners. They have fulfillment warehouses in the USA and around the world, and they have sales and tech team available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help you get the most out of Link's products. Link is proud to be involved in rally, as the sport of rally dates back to the humble beginnings of the company.
Not only is the Wicked Big Meet a great chance to learn more about Link ECU and their offered products, but the meet is a great opportunity to meet Skelly and some of her crew members, as well as having a chance to discuss the build process and the new car face to face with the team.