Team Australia set for fresh look at 2018 Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations

By |2018-05-28T18:28:43+00:00May 28th, 2018|Categories: BLOG|Tags: , |

Motorcycling Australia (MA) is excited to unveil the new official race suit that Team Australia Kangaroo’s will wear at this year’s Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nation, debuting the new look at Manchester’s National Speedway Stadium on June 5.

Current Speedway GP World Champion Jason Doyle will lead the Kangaroo’s for the first time with the fresh race suit alongside his pairs partner Max Fricke, Jaimon Lidsey will be the Australian Under 21 reserve.

A generous backing of sponsors has been the driving force behind the new look outfit with CBS bins from South Australia backing the team, support has also stemmed from Gillman Speedway where all three riders have sprayed the dirt throughout their careers.

ATPI is one of the most experienced and long-established travel management companies in the travel industry and they have jumped on board the Kangaroos’s push for the SON title.

Mark Lemon, Australia’s team manager is in his seventh year with the Kangaroo’s is the man behind the design, coming up with the patriotic race suit and showing his creative side, “It’s a little bit of a modification from what the guys usually race in but one thing for sure is you won’t miss us at Manchester (laughs). We have tried to incorporate the Kangaroo from our logo and with that, we wanted to freshen it up before our campaign,” he finished.

The SON hits the screens live on Fox Sports on Tuesday (June 5) as The Kangaroos take on Great Britain, Sweden, Czech Republic, France, Italy and Finland. As always keep up to date with everything Team Australia via Motorcycling Australia Website, and on Facebook and Instagram.

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