Aidan Lynam will be remembered this Sunday May 24th at Mondello Park with a lap of the Mondello Park circuit as part of the latest rounds of the Adelaide Masters Series. The lap will be run in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland with whom Aidan was synonymous and will be part of a larger fund raising effort for DSI taking place at the event.
Aidan worked closely with Mondello Park on the Adelaide Masters Series and right from the start was one of its biggest supporters within the Irish Motorcycling Media. It is fitting therefore that we should remember him at an Adelaide Masters event and this will be done in a number of ways.
Mondello Park will make a significant contribution from the gate admission over the two days to DSI. All motorcyclists wishing to be part of the remembrance can take part in a slow parade lap of Mondello Park, once they have a #34 sticker on their bike, and these will be available for purchase at the event with all proceeds going to DSI. Spectators who can’t make it to Mondello Park on Sunday, but are watching the live stream, will also be able to contribute, with contribution details being broadcast throughout the Mondello.TV transmission.
Finally Aidan will be remembered with a special perpetual trophy which will be awarded at the event. In remembrance of Aidan’s love of the Supersport Class and his constant efforts to support young riders the trophy will go to the winner of the final Supersport Cup race on Sunday and thereafter will be awarded annually at the event which falls closest to his anniversary.
The Adelaide Masters Series is Ireland’s best Short Circuit Racing Series so anyone attending will be guaranteed a fantastic days racing along with the chance to be part of the honouring of Aidan Lynam and his contribution to Irish Motorcycling and Motorcycle Racing.
Racing will take place from 11:40 on Sunday with the Parade Lap scheduled for 12:30.
For further information see www.adelaidemasters.ie.