-- 2013 FX-Superbike Championship Will Be Seen Through Out Asia
-- Just in from FX
Ask any aspiring racer who wants to race overseas what Aussie motorcycle racers need to have to get that often illusive opportunity and they will tell you one of the most important things is international exposure so the international talent scouts can be reminded how good Australian racers really are.
In the last five years or so how many people around the world have been given chance to see Australia’s best domestic motorcycle racers in action racing head to head with their piers? Unfortunately the answer is next to none.
But that is all about to change with both the recent announcement that the premier FX-Superbike class would get five x one hour shows on SPEED TV in the USA and Canada and this even bigger announcement that over 60% of the world’s motorcycling population will now have the opportunity to also see the YMF Loans Yamaha Australian FX-Superbike Championships premier FX-Superbike class of racing in action this year on ESPN Sport throughout most of Asia.
The following list of Asian countries that will have the opportunity to watch the FX-Superbike racing is impressive to say the least;
Papua New Guinea
Add to announcement that the AFX-SBK racing will be seen, not only throughout the majority of Asian countries and the USA and Canada, that our Kiwi cousins will also get to see the FX-Superbikes going head to head on TVNZ 3 and the Australian FX-Superbike Championship has by far the most impressive international and domestic TV coverage.
This TV coverage announcement does not of course even count the Live for View webcasting of all fifteen races from each round of the AFX-SBK championships Sunday racing in their entirety which can be seen worldwide via smart phones and ipads etc live for free via www.mcnews.com.au
Of course this announcement not only benefits FX competitors but all of the AFX-SBK’s sponsors that have an international presence.
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