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    Any bros know the steps and probably licenses involved to enter MotoGP as a racer?
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    ??? are you serious? you prob have to get picked up as a young racer in those redbull cup or AMA series

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenpenguins View Post
    Any bros know the steps and probably licenses involved to enter MotoGP as a racer?
    I think u can check wit FIM. i suspect u need to be super loaded or u have tons of sponsor to take part. Its all about e money.
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    Take part in the small races..
    Get the proper documentation for race competition..
    Make your presence recognize...
    Start in pg and sepang..
    It takes time but once someone sees you and recognize you...
    Eventually if you're good and have the aptitude...
    There a lot of sponsership in Malaysia..
    In singapore you can forget it coz they only sponsers foreign talent in table tennis...
    Anything to do with wheels in Singapore, you can forget it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by khan005 View Post
    ??? are you serious? you prob have to get picked up as a young racer in those redbull cup or AMA series
    youngsters....? why not set a record as the oldest MotoGP rookie... haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimezat View Post
    Take part in the small races..
    Get the proper documentation for race competition..
    Make your presence recognize...
    Start in pg and sepang..
    It takes time but once someone sees you and recognize you...
    Eventually if you're good and have the aptitude...
    There a lot of sponsership in Malaysia..
    In singapore you can forget it coz they only sponsers foreign talent in table tennis...
    Anything to do with wheels in Singapore, you can forget it....
    nice... thanks for the logical and informative reply...
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenpenguins View Post
    nice... thanks for the logical and informative reply...
    frozenpenguins, let we warn you beforehand that it is not my intention to hurt your feelings ...but to give you a clearer picture ( even though i don't know if you will be able to understand...it is a bit "cheem" ahh...i warn you first , in addition i belong to the old school style of harsh reality not the modern gentle style "ai de jiao yu" / " educating with love" )...here goes...


    1) if you have to ask "how?", i am afraid you won't make it. this is tough to understand but hopefully you will "get" it in time. i am not trying to be funny or pretentiously "zen"-like but unfortunately the explanation for it is is too long...


    2) perhaps before you ask "how", you should ask yourself "WHY?" first. If you can satisfy yourself with strong conviction & unwavering reason as to "WHY" , the "how" will follow...

    Best Regards with you as always...peace.
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    Wat ever u do... DONT fall in love.. Stay away from it. The moment u do.... u can forget your racing career.

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    Some years ago a team named WCM did the unthinkable of entering their own bike in MotoGP before the CRT concept was penned.

    The story goes, they supposed to get MotoGP bikes from Yamaha but Yamaha decided not to and gave the bike to someone else. WCM based-copied an R1 and tweaked it as thier own.

    So yeah it's possible to enter your own MotoGP team if you have the knowhow and support. As a rider, must be long-shot really.

    On this note way to go Mohd Zulfahmi Khairuddin in Moto3.
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    Maybe for your kid bro. And if you want it, you better start doing this..
    http://9gag.tv/p/aK1q1A/4-year-old-b...cycle-brothers
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenpenguins View Post
    Any bros know the steps and probably licenses involved to enter MotoGP as a racer?
    Hi Bro , you can enrol in any of the Australian Riding Schools , stay and learn for a couple of seasons . Obtain your superbike licence , try out some competitions as a privateer .
    Once your lap record timings are more competitive , you may upgrade .

    (My ex-colleague actually went to some local motor shop to seek their help to sponsor him for some races in Batu Tiga back in the 70s .... ) Today , your result slip is actually your lap timings , if you have an impressive timing , I am sure some "potential" sponsors will give you a notice .....

    I know that former World GP and Superbike Champions like :
    Wayne Gardner , Wayne Rainey , Kevin Schwantz and Micheal Doohan have riding schools .

    Check them out and I am sure you will get some answers to your MotoGP dreams .

    Like you, I have wanted to join Philip Island's riding school , specially trained in 600 cc class , the
    entire package cost more than 10 grand Aussie dollar , it was actually my dream of being involved in Professional racing .... had to give up the idea as mum and wife jumped in and protested at the very instance !!!

    I finally gave up that plan in 2007 .

     

     
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    I think most professional racers race since young. Unfortunately, it's very hard being Singapore-born to have such opportunity.

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    Maybe we can take a leaf out of this and prepare our offsprings for this opportunity provided we can comfortably afford.

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    Need to start racing.

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    I tot is need to keep fit first? I see no ah bui in sports, other than badminton and table tennis

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