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2011 Irnie Racing Sponsorship PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 24 November 2010 10:30

Above:  Sport Rider Magazine  AMSOIL Ad.  April 2011 Issue
Below:  Road Racing World Magazine  AMG Ad.  April 2011 Issue


"Marcel Irnie offers a cutting-edge multi-media marketing opportunity for 2011 sponsors. Irnie’s unique approach to racing, has made him a fan favorite, creating exciting action on and off the track.

Irnieracing.com reaches an international audience, targeting motorsports and video enthusiasts. The website traffic has doubled over the past six months, and continues to grow in the off-season. For example, November 2010 brought 13,092 unique visitors with 40,947 page views. A Feature Film is produced for each race, or event weekend, to complement the Press Releases / Newsletters..."

Irnie Racing offers three sponsorship packages.  Title Sponsor, Partner Sponsors, and Associate Sponsors.  Please contact Marcel to create a custom sponsorship package tailored to your companies exposure needs.

Marcel Irnie
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Last Updated on Sunday, 24 February 2013 16:52
 
Does Synthetic Motorcycle Oil Cause Wet Clutch Problems? PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 04 November 2010 10:25

We consult one of Canada's top amateur road racers...


Marcel Irnie is widely known as one of Canada's fastest amateur road racers. He is also well-known for his on-board videos and self-produced race documentaries. Marcel is colorful and at times even controversial, but there is no doubt that he is lightning fast and immensely talented. Marcel rode dirt bikes as a kid, but got the road racing bug after purchasing a new Suzuki GSXR 750 street bike in the spring of 2006. He took this stock bike to an open track day later that year and was immediately placed in the "licensed riders only" group. As he obviously possessed some natural talent, he started his racing career the next year. Within 3 seasons, he was national television standing on the podium at the Calgary round of the Part Canada Superbike Series. Marcel is a privateer in the classic sense of the term. He acts as his own mechanic, transport driver and business manager. Sleeping in a tent for weeks on end and fixing broken trailer axles at midnight is far from glamorous, but Irnie hopes that the hard work and sacrifice that he puts into his racing effort will pay off in a factory ride one day.

Oildepot: Marcel, hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists use synthetic oil in their motorcycles every year, yet there are still people who believe that synthetic motorcycle oil causes slippage in wet clutches. What is your view on this issue?

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 November 2010 11:47
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Mosport National Rd.4 on TSN PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 30 August 2010 21:12

Parts Canada Superbike Amateur National 2010.  Mosport Ontario, Mosport International Raceway

TSN's (Canada's Sports Broadcast Leader) Televised Amateur Sportbike Race in HD.


Round 4, Saturday July 7, 2010 

Last Updated on Thursday, 03 March 2011 17:22
 
Calgary Nationals on TSN (Canada's Sports Leader) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 29 July 2010 08:35

Parts Canada Superbike Amateur National 2010.  Calgary Alberta, Race City Motorsport Park

TSN's (Canada's Sports Broadcast Leader) Televised Amateur Sportbike Race in HD.


Round 3, Sunday June 27, 2010

Round 2, Saturday June 26, 2010

Last Updated on Thursday, 03 March 2011 17:23
 
Marcel Irnie Media Interviews 4/20/2010 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 27 April 2010 16:57


"Going 285 km/h on two wheels is the norm for Kelowna's Marcel Irnie"  Interview by Kelly Hayes, Castanet Media.
-Reminds me of a Speed TV Commerical.

"Meet an okanagan motorcycle rider who races bikes, and documentes the competition at the same time."
"While crashing a motorcycle at 130kmph is dangerous, it is also very dramatic, especially if it is caught on video."
CHBC News/ Global TV
 

Last Updated on Monday, 30 August 2010 09:25
 
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