LEGION MOTO TRACKDAYS ANNOUNCES CROWDSOURCE FOR SOFT BARRIER SAFETY FUND
Legion Moto Trackdays is opening additional sponsorship options as well as a crowd sourcing fund to assist in subsidizing the level and quality of safety equipment that road racers in America have come to expect. Equipment such as soft barrier from safety equipment provider, Norseman Inc. These barriers will help to mitigate risk to the riders and help the series to provide the safest motorsport experience that it possibly can.
Norseman, an industrial leader in custom safety solutions and based in Calgary, Canada has a focus on delivering an advanced and customizable industrial solution soft foam core barrier that meets and exceeds current standards for puncture and flame resistances, as well as reliability, and modularity. These proprietary designs are already being used in Canada.
Legion Moto Trackdays has set the modest goal of acquiring three new sections for the first year, and additional sections needed each year after. The first of the barriers will be used at tracks such as Pueblo Motorsports Park as well as Pikes Peak International Raceway in Colorado as these new events kick off for the first time.
If you would like to know more about the Legion Superbike Series coming in 2024, or information on how to participate in the sponsorships and safety barrier fund crowd source opportunities, please follow the provided links.
Please also note that all proposed race classes are fully updated with spec and hardware requirements. The 2024 rules book is also posted and can be quoted or shared with confidence as one looks to prepare for the new series!