The team consistently had three members; captain Terry Martin, his son David Martin, and driver Mark Pepper.
The team's heavyweight robot was The Stag, which was eliminated in the first round of Series 6 and 7, and also failed to qualify for Series 5. The team also entered the Featherweight Championship in Series 7 with Staglet, driven by Mark Pepper, and Whipper, driven by Dave Martin. Of the three robots Team Bodge-it entered, Whipper proved the most successful, becoming their only robot to win a battle and reaching the Featherweight Championship final as a result.
When competing with The Stag, Mark Pepper, who drove the robot, wore a white lab coat, and "Hi-tech headgear", which he claimed in Series 7 "controlled everything", including him.
- "Look at that! It’s wondrous! All working bits and everything! What an incredible hat!"
- — Philippa Forrester
|The Stag||Heavyweight||Series 6-7|
- Wins: 1
- Losses: 4
|Series||Team Bodge-it Series Record|
|The First Wars||Did not enter|
|The Second Wars||Did not enter|
|The Third Wars||Did not enter|
|The Fourth Wars||Did not enter|
|The Fifth Wars||Failed to qualify with The Stag|
|The Sixth Wars||Heat, Round 1 with The Stag|
|The Seventh Wars|| Heat, Round 1 with The Stag|
Featherweight Championship, Round 1 with Staglet
Featherweight Championship Final with Whipper
|Series 8||Did not enter|
|Series 9||Did not enter|
|Series 10||Did not enter|
Outside Robot WarsEdit
The team also entered The Stag into Techno Games under the name BeetleBot.
Mark Pepper also built two antweight robots which were not entered into Robot Wars; Micro Rocket and Tabby.
Team Bodge-it competed in several live events with The Stag, Staglet and Whipper, and continued to fight on the live circuit for some time after the original series of Robot Wars ended. They have since retired from robot combat, and have sold The Stag.
- In Series 7, two of Team Bodge-it's robots (The Stag and Staglet) lost their battles by driving into the pit.