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Irnie's Eastern Canada Supeerbik HD Documentary 2009: AMP Nova Scotia

irnieracing2010-05-17 14:34:19 +0000 #1
Irnieracing presents

Marcel Irnie's: Eastern Canada Superbike ONLINE HD VIDEO Documentary 2009: Atlantic Motorsports Park, Nova Scotia.


"Marcel Irnie's quest for success in the Armour Bodies Amateur Sport Bike class of the Parts Canada Superbike Series brought him to Atlantic Motorsport Park (AMP) in Shubenacadie, NS. As a lone privateer, the West Kelowna, BC native made the arduous seven day journey by himself. Irnie arrived the week prior to the Parts Canada National to participate in the regional races at AMP. This race weekend was used to regain his fitness and prepare the machinery for the National race. Using race worn tires, Irnie rode conservatively, bringing his lap times into the 1:12's, placing 4th, 5th, and 3rd

After a week of rest and preparation, Irnie was eager to go to battle in the National race. With some exuberance and fresh tires, Irnie pulled off a scorching 1:10.8; good enough for second in his class. This lap time would have been fast enough to qualify in the top ten in the "Pro Superpole" against Factory Teams. Post qualifying dyno readings showed that his 2008 ZX-6R was only delivering 99 horsepower at the rear wheel, when the bike should have been putting out 116rwhp. Despite being well down on power and grappling with a faulty steering stabilizer, Irnie went into the final with great anticipation..."

Marcel films his entire 10,000 Mile journey from the "second person perspective," with a unique film style he likes to call "active editing." The online film quality is amazing at 720p High Definition.

Marcel films randomly and talks with fellow racers and crew including Brian Blaauwendraat, Jim Brooks, Bodie Edie, Todd McLean, Steve Crevier, Jodi Christie, Billy Shields, Brett McCormick, and Efram Ellenbogen.

After Nova Scotia, Marcel visits Kreater Custom Motorcycles: in Mississauga Ontario for rest and repair. The adventure continues to Shannonville Ontario where Marcel must camp four weeks in a field, waiting for the final national in September.

Marcel Irnie from Kelowna BC, is looking for sponsorship for the 2010 Superbike Season.

Click Here: Irnieracing 2010 Sponsorship Proposal PDF.: has doubled in size with December's record breaking viewership of 6466 Page Views and 2118 Unique Visitors.

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Pee Wee2010-05-17 14:37:12 +0000 #2
Nice little Doc man.....the struggling Canadian racers.
irnieracing2010-05-17 14:58:25 +0000 #3

Originally Posted by Pee Wee

Nice little Doc man.....the struggling Canadian racers.

Thanks Pee Wee.

Took forever to edit it.

I will start editing the Shannonville Ontario episode very soon.
Pee Wee2010-05-17 14:51:24 +0000 #4
I've slept in the box of my truck a few times, and also crashes a few bikes.....don't think I could crawl back into the truck hurting like that now. Too old for that shit anymore.

Even the track day we did, some peeps slept (camped) at the track. Shit I had the hotel, hot tubs and cold beer going on and was still tired the next day. Shitty sleep has lingering effects.
Humpty2010-05-17 16:22:07 +0000 #5
Awesome video Marcel that must have been one hell of a journey there and back.

Congratulations on all your achievements Ernie you can hold your head high.

I hope someone sees this who appreciates what could be accomplished with a little help from some great sponsors.

Wicked video and keep them coming , all the best to you in 2010 out on the track and in the sponsorship hunt.
Yashka2010-05-17 16:21:25 +0000 #6
good documentary vid. dude! You must had lots of fun and spent a fortune was not lonely with out company?
vancouverTL2010-05-17 16:20:50 +0000 #7
That's is some real dedication! I'm sure that the whole racing scene would be different if everyone was more like you. What's up with the attitude in the pits from the other guys?...this is Canadian Racing not Motogp! there are some real cool fuckers in your Series. Good vid.



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