Storm 2


Storm 2

Storm 2 is a world championship winning robot that competed in Robot Wars. It is a small invertible box-on-wheels with a wedge on the front. The robot originally had no weapons but the team added a built-in lifting arm for series 7. However, it was not the weapon but the immense speed and power of the robot that did the most damage to its opponents. The team members for series 7 were Ed Hoppitt, Tim Bence and Meral Kocak. Andrew Rayner was a founder member of the team alongside Ed and Tim during Robot Wars Extreme but left due to personal commitments (marriage and a family on the way).

Extreme Series 2

New Blood (Heats)

*Round 1 vs. Revolution 2 vs. Direct Action: Storm 2 qualified.

*Round 2 vs. Chopper: Storm 2 won.

*Final vs. ICU: Storm 2 won.

New Blood (Grand Final)

*Eliminator vs. Thor: Storm 2 won.

*Final vs. Mute: Storm 2 Won.

eries 7

Heats

*Round 1 vs. Mayhem vs. Rhino vs. Supernova: Storm 2 qualified.

*Round 2 vs. Trax: Storm 2 won.

*Final vs. Steel Avenger: Storm 2 won.

emi-Finals

*Round 1 vs. The Grim Reaper: Storm 2 Won.

*Round 2 vs. Firestorm 5: Storm 2 won.

Grand Final

*Eliminator vs. Tornado: Storm 2 won.

*Final vs. Typhoon 2: Typhoon 2 won on a judge's decision to make them the UK grand champions, so Storm 2 had to settle for second place.

The Third World Championship

*Heat vs. Ansgar 3 vs. Tornado: Storm 2 won.

*Semi-Final vs. Tough As Nails: Storm 2 won.

*Grand Final vs Supernova: Storm 2 won to become the new world champions.

eries Record

*Series 1-6: Did not enter
*Series 7: Second place

Robot honours

Extreme Series 2
*New Blood Champion

Series 7
*Grand-final-Second place

Series 7
*Third Robot Wars World Champion

incumbent series
Preceded by:
Razer
UK Robot Wars World Champion (Championship 3)
Succeeded by:
None (series cancelled)


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