Fullnoise: Tell us a little about Mick Sinclair out side of work, seeing your posts on Facebook it is obvious you have been right in to training in the past year and a half, how has that worked out for your.
Sinclair: It is going good, I had to do something about my weight (laughs) I was getting pretty heavy there for a bit. The last 12 months, I have dropped 20kg, which is great.
It is pretty clichÃ© to say, but the inspiration for that comes from my son. My son is two and a half now, when he was born I was getting pretty heavy and I thought to myself, by the time he is three will I be able to keep up with him. I guess a lot of people do it and as I said it is very cliche, but I got it done.
I am addicted to CrossFit, I go to a box in Narre Warren called CrossFit Casey, itâ€™s the same place where Cam and Kade train as well as a lot of my other mate. It makes it really fun to train with your mates. I am not good at it by any means, I am still not strong enough, I am still not as lean as Iâ€™d like to be, but I am getting there.
Outside of work I have a lot on my plate at the moment, I am very family orientated, I love my family, I have such a supporting wife who is pretty cool with 95% of what I do and I have a son that means the world to me like any parent.
Anything I do, I do with those two in mind, to please them and to be able to provide for them the best I can. That pretty much sums me, up Family, Work and a really good group of mates in the deep South of Melbourne, Southside.
We have all grown up racing together and we are a tight group of mates.
Fullnoise: To finish up with, what does the future hold for Mick Sinclair?
Sinclair: I don't know to be honest, right now I am very happy with were I am at. I am one of those lucky people who can wake up in the morning and be stoked about going to work.
I am not looking to go anywhere any time soon, I really love my job, I have been there for seven years now. Monza is such a great company to work for. I work with some of the most passionate, intelligent and switched on people in the motorcycle industry.
Our boss, John Chiodo, he is an unreal guy to work for. He embraces a lot of stuff we put to him, I would say about 99% of our ideas, he puts a lot of trust in to us and we get the job done for him. Everyone who works at Monza, we are all very lucky, but at the same time we work hard.
So really nothing different in the future at the moment, the foreseeable future for myself is to just to keep doing what I am doing.
Fullnoise: Cheers for your time Mick and good luck with your continued role with Monza Imports.
Sinclair: No worries at all, thanks