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Started by Meyer#12, December 21, 2017, 12:03:51 pm
Quote from: KG13Well I live in Poland a contry full of absurds. Money are pumped up to football that is treated as national sport LOL. Anyway. Motorcycle racing despite very popular in amateur sport it is not treated seriously by sponsors. If anyone wants to be good he needs to do a career outside my country. There are few proffesional teams but only two started in EWC or WSBK within recent years. even for such a big country there are only two long tracks one is Tor Poznan that you can play in GP Bikes and second is new Silesia Ring that I could visit in this year. Thats all. Im not proffesional racer, nor amateur. Maybe next year I will try myself in Kayo Mini Gp races but the money you need to spend for race is hal the price of regular motorcycle price.
Quote from: KG13 on December 21, 2017, 07:57:59 pmAMCF I thought that Germany next to UK is a motosport kingdom. I have few friends from germany and they didn't mention that it is hard to find a track :-( Well for example I live in the south of PL and I have not far from me Slovakia Ring, Most and Brno around 300km away. Poznan track is 600km away and I don't even regret its so far. Anyway I also don't have a transport and even if I won't risk a crash on my road bike anymore - too many expensive stuff in there. I am really jealous for ppl who live in UK they have so many great tracks.
Quote from: Meyer#12 on December 21, 2017, 07:15:16 pmSounds like a lot of what i expect and have heard from a lot of racing buddies and people i have raced with around the world.@MultiCool: sad to hear and see with Germany, IDM was huge before and a really good step for us from the nordic countries on our way to BSB or CEV, but it is more or less dead over the last few years! The only thing left is the ADAC NEC cup which this year have a race in sweden i most likely will participate in, but on a shit bike compred to Freudenbergs KTM bikes. I have had a few preseason tests in Lausitsring, once on a 125GP in 2010 and then again on moto3 in 2012.
Quote from: KG13 on December 21, 2017, 10:45:47 pmStill its better than in PL but I am really surprised what you say. Believe me. So what is the most sponsorded sport in Germany now?