News 25 Nov 2010

Oz SX: 'Doc Bodnar' to join Suzuki RACESAFE at Super X

'Doc Bodnar' will be on hand for the final two rounds of Super X 2010.

'Doc Bodnar' will be on hand for the final two rounds of Super X 2010.

The Suzuki RACESAFE Medical Team has announced that Doctor John Bodnar MD, chief of the Asterisk Medical Team will join the RACESAFE team for the final two rounds of the Monster Energy Super X, Australasian Supercross Championship.

As the founder of the ‘Official Medical Team of AMA Supercross and Motocross’, ‘Doc Bodnar’ will join the Suzuki RACESAFE team for both Parramatta and Brisbane rounds of Super X.

“We are very pleased to welcome Doc Bodnar to our team and Australia,” Suzuki RACESAFE director of emergency services Simon Maas said. “Super X is now a truly International series and it’s great to see it not only attracting top U.S. riders, but Doc Bodnar as well.

“He’ll be in good company with growing line up of top U.S. and Aussie riders already well known to him. This is an awesome opportunity for the RACESAFE team and I, we are sure we can learn plenty from him and we make no secret of our desire to be a world class medical team for a world class series like Super X.

“The next two weeks with Doc will take what we do to the next level again for the benefit of all involved in Australian Motocross. We look forward to him enjoying some Aussie hospitality and enjoying some great racing ahead.”

The Sydney round of Super X will be contested at Parramatta Stadium this Saturday night.