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International Entertainment Group continues to support RACESAFE

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International Entertainment Group continues to support RACESAFE
International Entertainment Group‰Ûªs support of Australia's largest specialised motorsport medical and safety service, Suzuki RACESAFE continues to grow in 2013.

In addition to the support provided for Superbike and Supercross events throughout the year, IEG has contributed over $16,000.00 to ensure Suzuki RACESAFE is present at this weekends‰Ûª event in the Northern Territory.

With over 20 years experience, Suzuki RACESAFE are leaders in mobile medical treatment centres. The skilled team includes, trauma doctors, specialist surgeons, paramedics, physiotherapists, sport psychologists, nurses, sport medicine specialists and skilled recovery teams.

IEG Managing Director Yarrive Konsky has witnessed first hand how vital the Suzuki RACESAFE team is, both as a team owner and a competitor, and said it was imperative to have the medical facility at the biggest event IEG has ever undertaken.

"My riders and I have used Suzuki RACESAFE many times so I personally appreciate the tremendous job they do," Konsky said. "Since our foray into national championships we have engaged the services of the Suzuki RACESAFE team".

In addition to the support provided by IEG, Supercross and Superbike riders pay a small levy to support the on track medical service.
International Entertainment Group continues to support RACESAFE
Matt Moss knows how important Racesafe are both immediately after a crash as well as with the aid in getting back on track after an injury - Credit: Aaryn Minerds
Recently crowned MX1 Champion, Matt Moss praised the role Suzuki RACESAFE play at Milwaukee presents the Terex Australian Supercross Championship.

"It is awesome to have the guys from RACESAFE at each event," Moss said. "They have been onboard for the last six years now and are a huge help to all the riders.

"For me personally, they have helped me with my injuries not only at the tracks, but also through the recovery phase that follows. It is great to know if you do hurt yourself you are in the best possible hands," Moss added.

Racesafe Director of Emergency Services Simon Maas commended IEG for their foresight and emphasis on rider safety.

"The Suzuki RACESAFE team is thrilled to be part of this truly intertnational event in Darwin," Maas said. "IEG has undertakne a massive task bringing together the best riders ontrack and in dirt and we are very pleased to play a crucial role in rider safety.

"Our team will be under great pressure this weekend with a busy schedule on both tracks." Maas explained. "The elite riders will be pushing it to the limits and the heat will take a great toll on these motorcycle athletes.

"We have assembled an elite team of medical professionals from across the country who are experts at motocycle racing medicine. Although we have had months of preparation and planning we hope for a trouble free weekend," he concluded.

While it is an expensive operation to logistically coordinate, together the industry has supported this integral program, particularly Suzuki, IEG have thanked them along with all of the other sponsors of the Suzuki RACESAFE service.

Top Image: Suzuki Racesafe will once again be looking after the riders during this years ASX Championship

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