WorldSBK, WorldSSP & WorldWCR Riders Inspiring the Next Generation

By February 22, 2024 WorldSBK

WorldSBK, WorldSSP & WorldWCR Riders Inspiring the Next Generation

WorldSBK By February 22, 2024

The Australian representation across the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship is one that seems to be continuously growing, showing to be a favourable paddock for Aussie’s to join.

 

Australian World Superbike rider Remy Gardner [GYTR GRT Yamaha WorldSBK Team], World Supersport rider Oli Bayliss [D34G Racing WorldSSP Team], and WorldWCR rider Tayla Relph [TAYCO Motorsport] were guest speakers at Bass Coast College – San Remo campus, to chat and answer many questions about life in the World Championship paddock with kids from Years 7 to 9; Talking about all things racing, World Championships, crashes and injuries, and everything in between.

 

The 2024 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship season will see the introduction of the brand new FIM Women’s Circuit Racing World Championship, seeing 24 of the fastest women around the world be selected to compete in this first-ever initiative.

Tayla Relph will be the only Australian rider heading over to compete in the Women’s Circuit Racing World Championship, and she hopes her spot on the grid will help encourage a flurry of new women into the sport, with the victorian-based rider using this opportunity to chat to some of the girls at the college about what it would take to bring the Women’s World Championship to race in Australia, as well as the pro’s and con’s of being a female in the sport.

Check out some of our images from the day!

 

Images by: Russell Colvin
Don’t miss a second of the action from the 2024 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship, Grand Ridge Brewery Australian Round – 23 – 25th February 2024.
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