When I first knew Marcus he was an irresponsible young hoon but now he has the wisdom of experience on his side…..well, not that much has changed. Though he has traded his four wheeled ways for those of two and moved his exploits to the track in the form of NZ Superbike Racing.Biggles Racing

Marcus has taken his love of speed, turned it into a successful team in the NZ Superbike Championship and, as we cover in the podcast, business. If you have never heard of the NZ Superbike Championship, love bikes and bike racing or want to know just what it takes to get into motorsport in New Zealand then this episode is just for you.

You can follow Marcus and his team, Biggles Racing on Facebook and be sure to check out the New Zealand Superbike Championship’s Facebook while you’re there and to find out more information on attending races in your area.

Roger Baillie (@Rojn8r)



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Roger Baillie
Brought up in a world of Mini's, road trips, rallying and tinkering it is unsurprising that among my passions, since I can remember, cars have been something very special to me. The way they look, the way they smell and especially the way the sound. This passion has grown over the years from a spectator's seat at Formula 1 and WRC events to active participation in events such as the Cannonball Run NZ and Stance Off Events. My current love affair is with a slightly tuned Mk4 Golf GTI which brings me nothing but joy on the road. This love for driving and cars has led me start a Podcast dedicated to my love of driving called Drive Life NZ where I hope to share my story while exploring the varied stories of other enthusiasts. Dispelling the myths surrounding car people and celebrating our diversity.


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