MCN Fantasy Road Race: "I won last year!"

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With the 2012 racing season just a few days away, there’s still time for you to enter your MCN Fantasy Road Race team, in association with MCE Insurance.

The competition is free to enter, with £10m to spend on your team you must select two riders from MotoGP, WSB and MCE BSB. This is your chance to create the ultimate road race team and compete to win our fantastic top prize of a Yamaha FZ8 – worth £6.999!

I won last year!
MCN reader Duncan Norman nabbed last year’s top prize of a Yamaha YZF-R125 by maximising team changes.

He explained: “To do well you’ve got to use the transfer windows well and never miss a race. I watched every round of all three championships and went to a few races to keep an eye on the riders’ form. It also helped that I picked the title winners.

There’s also a set of top-spec Pirelli tyres up for grabs for each of the eight round winners throughout the season and a pair of MCE BSB tickets for the lucky winners of each round.

Your BSB performance will be put to the test too, in the MCE BSB Game Round competition, with the two highest scoring MCE BSB riders for each game round winning a pair of tickets to a round of the MCE British Superbikes, plus exclusive Club MCE experiences.

All you have to do as a team manager is select a team of six riders (two from each classification – MotoGP, WSB and BSB) from your budget of £10 million. Your riders will then score points based on their qualifying performances and race results throughout the 2012 season.

Once you’ve got your team entered, don’t forget to set up your own private league and challenge all your mates. The season gets underway with the WSB superpole session in Australia at 04:00 GMT on Saturday 25th February.

Up until this point you can make unlimited changes to your team. So make sure you have your team registered in plenty of time to make the most of all the points on offer.

Remember to check out Big Ed’s top tips on Facebook and Twitter around the transfer window for the latest insight on the racing so far and Big Ed’s recommended rising star riders!

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff