MotorcycleUSA.com has announced the return of its popular Fantasy Superbike Racing contest for 2013. This year the stakes are even higher as one lucky winner will receive tickets to the World Superbike round at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, California. Channel your inner Marco Melandri or Tom Sykes over the course of the ’13 World Superbike Championship season as players put their racing knowledge to the test by bench racing in 15 different rounds while competing for weekly prizes with fellow competitors.
This year Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is sponsoring the Fantasy Superbike contest, offering players a chance to win two clubhouse weekend passes to the Laguna Seca round in late September. Playing Fantasy Superbike is easy, and new players can sign up for a free My MotoUSA account to participate. Once logged in, visit the Fantasy Racing home page and click on the Fantasy Superbike 2013 icon. Create a new Fantasy Superbike team and mark the check box confirming entry into the Fantasy Superbike Racing Contest.
MotorcycleUSA.com’s Fantasy Superbike game [http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/16/Fantasy-Racing-League-Rank/Fantasy-Superbike-2013.aspx] is free way to make the season more exciting as you make weekly selections based on a rider’s skill and performance. Choose from actual World Superbike rider and team rosters, with the finishing order in the races determining the fantasy points. For full game details, visit the Fantasy Superbike Games Rules page [http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/539/fantasy-racing/fantasy-superbike-game-rules.aspx].
Players are automatically entered into the Fantasy Superbike pool, facing off against the entire Motorcycle USA community. Participants can also create their own private leagues with friends and foes – or join one of the existing public leagues. Keep track of your own progress as you battle for bragging rights and prizes with other enthusiasts through weekly picks.
The 15-round 2013 World Superbike season features a total of 30 races, so there are plenty of chances for fantasy glory. Players can up their chances by following Motorcycle-USA.com’s World Superbike coverage, including preview and results articles.
The first round is scheduled for February 24 at Phillip Island.