MotoStars take on Australian Supermoto Championship

Motorcycling Australia has announce that MotoStars will be the promoter for the Australian Supermoto Championship (ASMC) for the next two years.

The partnership commences in 2019, with the championship set for a complete overhaul, and changing from a one-off event to a three-round series across three different states next year.

MotoStars Australian Supermoto Championship Preview
MotoStars & Australian Supermoto Championship team up

The new look is aimed at making Supermoto more accessible to riders and fans alike, taking the sport to the next level here in Australia.

MotoStars founder Damian Cudlin, can’t wait to put the MotoStars stamp on the Australian Supermoto Championship and raise the bar.

Damian Cudlin – MotoStars founder

“We are absolutely thrilled to be involved with the Australian Supermoto Championship, which, along with the Australian Junior Road Racing Championship, will lift MotoStars to the next level. We see this as a great opportunity to refresh the Australian Supermoto Championship, with the strong MotoStars focus on the junior area of the sport, as well as the Pro and Open stars of the show. Our first move is to make the ASMC a series and to take it to three different parts of the country, moving away from being the one-off event of the past.

Damian Cudlin
Damian Cudlin

“We feel making the ASMC a three round series that is hosted in multiple states of Australia will give riders and clubs from all over the country the chance to compete, and represent themselves, meaning more talent and exposure for the Championship. The sport is already so unique, that alongside road racing, spectators will basically get to see two different disciplines battle it out in one spot, giving both dedicated and new fans the best of both worlds.”

Motorcycling Australia’s CEO Peter Doyle is also thrilled to see Supermoto climb to new heights, sharing his thoughts:

Peter Doyle – MA CEO

“This new partnership with MotoStars over the next two years will reinvigorate Supermoto in Australia and I for one am excited to see where Motostars takes the championship.”