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Adelaide Masters Series set to continue in 2014

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« on: November 21, 2013, 01:01:15 pm »

Irelandís biggest motorcycle racing series is set to grow in 2014, following the announcement that long term supporters, motorcycle insurance specialists, Adelaide Insurance Services, will continue as title sponsor.

Adelaide Insurance has been instrumental in assisting the Mondello Park circuit in County Kildare, Ireland with its promotion of Irish Short Circuit Motorcycle Racing since 2011 and for 2014 will increase their involvement. The increased involvement will assist the organisers in attracting bigger names to the series and looking for new and more comprehensive TV coverage outlets.

The series will retain its basic format for 2014 with some small changes being worked on which will make it more attractive to competitors. The race events will continue to concentrate on the Superbike and Supersport classes but efforts are being made to find ways to cut costs for riders in these classes, with limits on the numbers of tyres per weekend being one possibility.

Efforts are also being made to find ways to increase the exposure given to the support races, both through the Series web site www.adelaidemasters.ie and the championship TV coverage. To assist in making the series more viable for competitors a riderís forum will be held in January to discuss possible changes and improvements.

One of the biggest elements of the Adelaide Masters Series growth has been its TV coverage. For 2014 a number of TV options are being discussed, including a continuation of the UTV programmes, expansion onto other stations and the possible creation of an Adelaide Masters Series programme on Mondello Parkís very successful web streaming channel, Mondello.TV.

Further details of the calendar, race day format, rule changes and TV coverage will be announced in due course.
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