motoDNA Riders Academy (motoDNA) has partnered with the AUSTRALIAN Racing Drivers’ Club (ARDC), to become Sydney Motorsport Park (SMSP) inaugural Resident Rider Training Provider.

After an exhaustive six-month review by the ARDC of bike activity at Sydney Motorsport Park, motoDNA has been awarded a 5-year contract to take charge of all rider coaching and training needs at SMSP.

motoDNA CEO Mark McVeigh, seen pictured above with ARDC CEO Glenn Matthews, said: “I’m very excited to partner with ARDC as both the motoDNA Riders Academy and motoDNA TECHNOLOGY companies are now based on the racetrack at Sydney Motorsport Park. The ARDC have some great plans for the future at SMSP and we feel very privileged to be a part of it.”

motoDNA will deliver rider coaching at over 60 annual events held at SMSP from 2019. The agreement also paves the way for the ARDC to work on further developments in the areas of rider safety research and technology which it is advancing with motoDNA TECHNOLOGY, the research and development division of the motoDNA Group which resides at SMSP as part of the emerging SMSP Innovation Hub.

See the official press release below:

 

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