There's not long left to enter your team into the free-to-enter 2010 MCN Fantasy Road Race competition in association with MCE Insurance.
All teams must be entered online by 4am Saturday, February 27 to get the teams sorted before the start of the 2010 World Superbike season in Australia.
A top prize of a Yamaha R6 worth £8999 is up for grabs with a £230 set of Bridgestone tyres going to the winner of the six individual rounds, so every single point you score will be vital.
Some of the fastest men in racing history are at your disposal with a £10million budget including seven-times MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi and double World Superbike champion James Toseland.
You’ve got to be clever with your cash and sign six riders who could score you solid points throughout the year as well as the expensive sure fire winners who will rack up the big points.
By signing Fiat Yamaha’s Rossi at £3m and Ducati’s awesome Aussie Casey Stoner at £2.9m you’ll blow more than 50 per cent of your budget, so don’t let your heart rule your head.
In World Superbikes, it would be tempting to sign Noriyuki Haga at £2m. But you could also adopt a partisan approach and go for two Brits, with the 2010 WSB series packed with an array of home grown talent including the highly-rated Jonathan Rea and Leon Haslam, both who will set you back £1.8m.
Looking closer to home and BSB, two old favourites in Ryuichi Kiyonari and Yukio Kagayama are back in 2010 and sure to be popular selections, while the safe money is on pre-season favourites Ellison and Stuart Easton at £1.7m. Just remember the Fantasy Road Race competition will be scoring the BSB series on the old point scoring system – not the 2010 revised system being used this year.
How to enter
You can enter FREE at www.mcnfantasyroadrace.com and all rules, regulations and further information are on the dedicated webpage. The main points are:
- It’s free!
- You must not spend more than £10m.
- You must enter two riders from MotoGP, WSB and BSB
- You must have your team registered by 4am on Saturday, February 27 in time for qualifying for the opening round of World Superbikes in Phillip Island
- There are six transfer windows during the season, with a maximum of three rider changes per game