2019 ASBK Calendar | Sydney finale | No WA/NT or TAS

  • ASBK Test – Phillip Island, VIC February 2 – 3
  • Round 1 – WSBK – Phillip Island, VIC February 21 – 24
  • Round 2 – Wakefield Park, Goulburn NSW March 22 – 24
  • Round 3 – The Bend, Tailem Bend, SA April 26 – 28
  • Round 4 – Morgan Park, Warwick, QLD July 5 – 7
  • Round 5 – Winton, Benalla, VIC September 6 – 8
  • Round 6 – Phillip Island, VIC October 4 – 6
  • Round 7 – SMP, Eastern Creek, NSW November 1 – 3

2019 ASBK Calendar

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2018 was a great year for the revitalised Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship and in 2019 organisers aim to raise the bar even higher.

The ASBK season will be kicking off in February for the Official ASBK Pre-Season Test at the world-famous Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit on the first weekend in February.

The Championship will then start in earnest back at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit from 21 – 24 February in conjunctuion with the opening round of the FIM Superbike World Championship (WSBK).

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Phillip Island

ASBK then returns to its first standalone round of the year as riders and fans head North to Wakefield Park Raceway in New South Wales for Round 2, from 22 – 24 March.

Wakefield Park
Wakefield Park

After an excellent maiden voyage in 2018, ASBK returns to The Bend Motorsport Park in South Australia for Round 3 in late April. 

Some of the rooftop crowd at The Bend
Some of the rooftop crowd at The Bend in 2018

ASBK will then venture up to Queensland for Round 4 in early July for the poopular round at Morgan Park near Warwick.

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Morgan Park

ASBK then returns to Victoria for rounds 5 and 6.  Winton on the weekend of September 8 before the penultimate round of the 2019 ASBK Championship at Phillip Island on the first weekend in October. 

ASBK TBG Rnd Winton Maxwell TBG

It is a long time since ASBK hosted a season finale at Sydney Motorsports Park but 2019 will see ASBK back in Sydney for what will be the season finale over the first weekend in November.

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Source: MCNews.com.au

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