The motoDNA foundation celebrated the BIG DAY OUT at Broadford circuit with a stunning line up of racing legends fostering the next generation of road racing talent.
World Champions Troy Bayliss and Jason Crump joined 500 Grand Prix legend Kevin Magee and former 500 Grand prix racer Mark Willis with a big day of coaching and mentoring young and upcoming road racers.
WSB legend Troy Bayliss has signed up as motoDNA foundation ambassador.
The 3 times World Superbike champion and MotoGP winners remit includes talent spotting, coaching, mentoring and promoting the foundation’s work in AustralAsia.
Troy brings to the role a supreme knowledge of motorcycle racing, powerful connections and a renowned tenacity and focus.
Troy will be attending the 2013 BIG DAY OUT at Broadford on 16th Sept 2013.
motoDNA’s junior road racer program got into full swing at the Australian MotoGP at Philip Island, with a group of young Australian riders taking part in a MotoGP team networking event.
The juniors spent a couple of days with motoDNA Director and former MotoGP Engineer Mark McVeigh networking with top teams in their pit garages.
motoDNA celebrated its launch recently with an event attracting some of the biggest names in racing with coaches and participants ranging from Craig Lowndes to Kevin Magee. The launch event titled “Big Day Out” at the Broadford race track in Victoria was well received as a huge success and brought together Superbike, V8 Supercar and GP legends for track and classroom coaching sessions with both adults and juniors.
The event, featured on Speed TV, included road race coaching sessions with 13 young superstars and provided an opportunity for the juniors to receive first hand mentoring advice from likes of Craig Lowndes, Kevin Magee, Glenn Allerton and Steve Richards.