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Interwetten confirm 2010 MotoGP plans

Interwetten confirm 2010 MotoGP plans

250cc World Champion Hiroshi Aoyama will ride for the Interwetten Honda MotoGP Team in 2010.

After successful partnership projects in the 125cc and 250cc classes, Interwetten will be present on the MotoGP grid for the 2010 season as the main sponsor of the Interwetten Honda MotoGP Team.

In Spring, Austrian sports betting odds provider Interwetten relaunched its website which has fast become one of the most innovative sites in the betting sector. Now Interwetten will make its presence in MotoGP felt for the commencement of the 2010 season.

“Interwetten is one of the most modern betting providers in Europe. Our dynamic innovation should also be reflected in our commitment to motorsports,” said CEO Wolfgang Fabian.

For Interwetten’s entry into the premier class, which will be managed by Daniel M. Epp, 250cc World Champion Hiroshi Aoyama has been acquired.

“We want to support Hiroshi in gaining experience in MotoGP and to establish ourselves together in the premier class,” explained Epp.

Fabian also explained Interwetten’s desire to extend its activities into the MotoGP World Championship, adding “Just like Interwetten, MotoGP stands for spectacular action, first-class sports and excitement until the last corner. Interwetten markets itself in countries such as Spain and Greece, and also in Germany and Switzerland and therefore MotoGP is the ideal platform to increase the popularity of our brand in these countries.”

Interwetten will also partner up with Thomas Luthi next year, who will ride for the Interwetten Moto2 team.

Fabian commented, “With Tom Luthi, Interwetten made its first steps in the motorsports World Championship and was very successful. Especially in Switzerland, we are profiting enormously from Tom’s popularity and image.”

MotoGP, 2009, GP GENERALI DE LA COMUNITAT VALENCIANA, Hiroshi Aoyama, Thomas Luthi

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