Regent of Sukoharjo in Central Java Commits in Supporting the Championship
CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA, 10 OCTOBER 2017 – As the countdown to race day for the 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship in Indonesia continues, the warm support shown by Indonesians and its government is simply overwhelming, proving the excitement the sport brings to the country.
Wardoyo Widjaja, SH., MH., the Regent (Bupati) of Sukoharjo in Central Java, committed to supporting the championship by saying, “the hosting of the FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship in Indonesia last year caught the eyes of our people and this year, having the race hosted in our city would be a great treat for the locals, and an economy booster for the city and nation. I am excited and look forward to the championship this weekend.”
Andrew Ching, Chief Executive Officer of E-Plus Global, organiser of the 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship, said that the company is happy to receive the positive news from the Regent of Sukoharjo. “The blessings and support given by H. Wardoyo Widjaja will be a game changer to the championship in Indonesia and with increasing support, I believe that the race will continue to soar in the country.”
The 2017 FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship will be streamed live in HD on www.twenty3.tv from 10:00AM to 6:00PM (+7:00GMT) on 14 and 15 October 2017.
The Final Round will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 16 and 17 December 2017.
For more information, visit www.supermotoasia.com.
FIM Asia SuperMoto Championship is organised by E-Plus Global Sdn Bhd; promoted by Asia Supersports Group; sanctioned by FIM Asia and Indonesian Motor Association (IMI); co-sponsored by Bold Xperience, and supported by Malaysia Major Events, a division of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (an agency under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia), Kabupaten Sukoharjo, Bikenation Motorsports Sdn Bhd, SMM Asia Holdings, KRACKER Indonesia, The Park Mall, Telkomsel, Telkom, Solo Radio, Fave Hotel, Norifumi, Liputan6.com, Bola.com, Vidio.com, Indriati Hospital, Malay Mail, Kelab Blogger Ben Ashaari, and TX Sports.