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Marc Fissette

DOB: February 26, 1974
POB: Harmalle, Belgium
Marital Status: Married
Website: None

The most important thing is to finish the race: Fisette

First time in Macau after coming in from achieving 1st position in the Belgian Endurance Championship. Fissette says, it feels good to be in Macau. 
In today's free practice he achieved 22nd place and in the qualifying he achieved 21st place.
His manager since the year 2004, Kupper Mario, says that he is a good guy who has become better over the years and hopes that he achieves a position within the first ten places in the race this year .
“I have been riding for the past eighteen years in Belgium,Spain,Qatar and England,”he said.
His most favourite circuit is the SPA Francorchamps in Belgium because it is a very beautiful. Over time,he has learnt that its important to finish the race.
“I love racing and the whole concept of competing”he said. 
Some of Fissette's sponsors are,The Macau Institute of Sport, Coca Cola,IGT Asia and Becks Beer. Back in Belgium and Ireland he is very popular and people see him as a good racer which is why he is in Macau today!

Cameron Donald

DOB: September 28, 1977
POB: Melbourne, Australia
Marital Status: Single

Have a go, says Cameron Donald

“This is my seventh time in Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix,” he said.
He knows the circuit well as it has not really changed over the years. “It has a bit of everything, a mixture of fast and slow twists,” he said. Today was the first practice race and he scored 4th position.
“My biggest threat is Michael Rutter,”he said.
In a span of six years,Donald has had five podium finishes. “Whilst I missed out on the podium last year, I hope to change that this year and get back on the podium,” he said.
His motivation stems from his passion for racing from which he says that if you can also make a living out of it then you are living the dream. The sponsors for his race are Suzuki and Relentless Energy Drink.
My biggest benefit is that I am fitter than most racers,” Donald said.
When asked about his advice to young racers, he says that its important to get out there and have a go.
Next year he hopes to participate in the British Championships, The Isle of Mann TT, North West 200 and The Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix.
“The Isle of Mann TT is my favourite circuit because it is the longest street race in the world and hence it is very satisfying to race there,” he said.