2019 Australian Superbike Championship

Round 7 – SMP

The ASBK Finale – Part Two


ASBK Superbike Race Two

Race one was an exciting battle that ended up going down to the wire between Mike Jones and Troy Herfoss. 

It was the Ducati man that had the power to take the victory but the Penrite Honda looked incredibly strong around the corners, even when the tyres were shot, Herfoss looked to have supreme confidence as the Fireblade SP slithered around underneath him. 

Daniel Falzon was very strong early on before losing the front at turn nine and going out of contention. Maxwell was also strong in the first half of the race but ultimately lost pace as the race progressed and his tyres were cooked.

Bryan Staring and Cru Halliday never really figured in the fight but were never far off, so close, but yet so far. The gap at the flag was five-seconds but it was only in the last two laps that gap had been that large, and if they managed to improve their set-up between races were likely to be a larger factor in this final battle that would decide the war.

Only half-a-point between Herfoss as they lined up on the line. The forecast thunderstorms were still yet to appear and it looked like we would have a fully dry race to decide the championship.

SBK Race Two underway!

Wayne Maxwell led the field through turn one from Herfoss while Jones had a brilliant start from the third row to be up to third place by turn two and tussling with Herfoss on exit, the Penrite Honda man making the Ducati pilot stand the bike up a little on exit to avoid contact.  Falzon fourth, Halliday fifth, Waters sixth, Staring seventh.

Mike Jones overtook Herfoss down the main straight and held on to that position through turn one and then stood Maxwell up at turn two in an aggressive pass. 

Herfoss then got Jones on the change of direction between turns four and five, held on around the back of the circuit, Jones looked up the inside at turn nine but no need to take any risk, he can just wait for the main straight and pull the trigger on that big 1299 Ducati and blow past him on the straight, which is exactly what happened.

Jones held on to that lead for the entire next lap but was closely shadowed by Herfoss throughout. Maxwell was right behind them in third, Halliday and Falzon were still in close touch at this stage also.

By half-race distance Maxwell had started to lose ground on that leading duo and was coming under attack from Cru Halliday.

Herfoss continued to shadow Jones for the next couple of laps before going up the inside at turn one with five laps to go.

Jones came back at him a lap later but ran wide and Herfoss took the lead right back. Again on the next lap the move happened at turn two, this time Herfoss in a little deep and Jones through to the lead with just under three laps to run.

ASBK TBG Round SMP Mike Jones TBG
Mike Jones – Image by TBG

Wayne Maxwell had drifted back to fifth but Staring then went down, promoting Maxwell back up fourth. Cru Halliday was in a somewhat lonely third place. 

Jones and Herfoss side by side at turn two with just under two laps to run, Herfoss through at turn three and into the lead, Jones looks up the inside at turn four but can’t do it.

Last lap board and Herfoss led past the stripe but Jones powered up the inside to take the lead into turn one, the Ducati man holds sway at turn two, maintains the lead at turn three and four. Herfoss takes him on change of direction and leads down to turn seven, Jones up the inside at turn eight, Herfoss up the inside at nine but can’t stop it, he runs wide, Jones left with an easy run to the line and with it the 2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship.

Mike Jones our 2019 ASBK Superbike Champion

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Mike Jones 2019 ASBK Champ

Troy Herfoss a valiant second, Wayne Maxwell third in the series and Cru Halliday fourth in the championship which makes for four different manufacturers filling the top four places in the title.

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Mike Jones 2019 ASBK Champ – Image by Rob Mott

What a finale, what a championship. Roll on season 2020!


PosNameMachineTime/Gap
1Mike JONES Ducati FE19m54.385
2Troy HERFOSS Honda CBR SP+1.050
3Cru HALLIDAY Yamaha YZF-R1+8.119
4Wayne MAXWELLSuzuki GSXR+8.793
5Jamie STAUFFERDucati V4R+11.230
6Mark CHIODO Honda CBR SP+16.295
7Matt WALTERSKawasaki ZX10RR+16.500
8Glenn ALLERTON BMW S RR+17.146
9Josh WATERS Suzuki GSXR+18.253
10Damon REESHonda CBR SP+20.320
11Ben BURKEKawasaki ZX10RR+23.024
12Arthur SISSISSuzuki GSXR+23.059
13Lachlan Kawasaki ZX10R+31.602
14Alex PHILLISSuzuki GSXR+34.208
15Brendan MCINTYRESuzuki GSXR+37.944
16Sloan FROST Suzuki GSXR+42.577
17Dominic DE LEON Kawasaki ZX10R+56.723
18Heath GRIFFINSuzuki GSXR+57.262
19Michael EDWARDSYamaha YZF-R1+1m31.924
DNFBryan STARINGKawasaki ZX10RR3 Laps
DNFDaniel FALZON Yamaha YZF-R15 Laps
DNFNathan SPITERISuzuki GSXR12 Laps
PosNamePoleR1R2Total
1Michael JONES02525286.5
2Troy HERFOSS02020281
3Wayne MAXWELL01817273
4Cru HALLIDAY01618256
5Josh WATERS01212240
6Bryan STARING0170228.5
7Matt WALTERS01014184.5
8Daniel FALZON100157
9Alex PHILLIS087146
10Mark CHIODO01415134
11Damon REES01111120.5
12Arthur SISSIS009115.5
13Glenn ALLERTON01313108
14Lachlan EPIS098102
15Glenn SCOTT00090
16Aiden WAGNER00071
17Sloan FROST05570
18Ted COLLINS00049
19Brendan McINTYRE06644
20Jamie STAUFFER0151641
21Aaron MORRIS00040
22Philip CZAJ00031
23David BARKER00027
24Max CROKER00027
25Matt TOOLEY03018
26Ben BURKE071017
27Dean HASLER00015
28Evan BYLES00013
29Brian HOUGHTON00010
30Kyle BUCKLEY0009
31Dominic DE LEON0448
32Michael EDWARDS0128
33Nathan SPITERI0008
34Heath GRIFFIN0235
35Adam SENIOR0005
36Paul VAN DER HEIDEN0004
37Trent GIBSON0003
38Ryan YANKO0003
39Will DAVIDSON0002
PosNamePoleR1R2Total
1Suzuki05159931.5
2Kawasaki04736728
3Honda04546545.5
4Yamaha12020516
5Ducati04041281.5
6BMW01313216
7Aprilia00031

Australian Supersport Race Two

Tom Edwards again scored the holeshot from Tom Toparis and Jack Passfield while Callum Spriggs was hot to trot from the off in this one coming through from further back on the grid and up to fourth place.

Oli Bayliss fought his way through to the podium in the opening race but there would be no repeat in this bout as the young Queenslander went down at turn nine with Aidan Hayes.

Tom Edwards maintained the lead over the opening few laps but Toparis swept past him at turn nine with just over eight laps to run and took the lead. Edwards got him back early on the next lap to move back to the front, Jack Passfield was still right with that duo.

Callum Spriggs was a couple of seconds down in fourth but went down with seven laps to go and out of the race which promoted Broc Pearson up to that fourth place.

Toparis back into the lead with six laps to go but again Edwards came right back at him into turn two once again. They swapped places again shortly after and this time around managed to maintain the lead for more than a few corners. Toparis then started to eke away from Edwards, the newcomer pulled some of that gap back again with two laps to go but Toparis responded to the challenge and simply pulled away from his pursuer yet again and took a clear victory at the flag.

Tom Toparis

“It’s just topped off a fairy-tale year for us – in the end, we only lost six points for the whole season. Tommy (Edwards) was so good to race against – it was awesome to have someone of his calibre coming and racing here. He hasn’t had a lot of time on the 600cc bike, so he’s done really well.”

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Tom Toparis – Image by Rob Mott

A hugely impressive Supersport debut for Tom Edwards this weekend on a bike that he has not had much set-up time on.  He made Toparis work for the victories in this season finale.

Tom Edwards

“It’s super-good to be back – it’s great racing back here, just as it was when I left at the end of 2017. It’s really good to see how competitive Supersport is – I’ve tried to keep up with Tom all weekend, overtook him a couple of times but I didn’t have anything left at the end of the last race.”

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Tom Edwards – Image by Rob Mott

Jack Passfield also deserving of some kudos for his performances here at SMP this weekend.

Toparis though the dominant force in this category all season and a thoroughly deserving champion.

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Tom Toparis topped the round overall for the season final – Image by TBG

Australian Supersport Results /  Standings

PosRiderBikeTime/Gap
1Tom TOPARISYamaha YZF-R617m18.546
2Tom EDWARDS Yamaha YZF-R6+2.595
3Jack PASSFIELD Yamaha YZF-R6+6.804
4Broc PEARSON Yamaha YZF-R6+11.039
5Jack HYDE Yamaha YZF-R6+11.190
6Nic LIMINTON Yamaha YZF-R6+21.735
7Rhys BELLING Yamaha YZF-R6+27.285
8Avalon BIDDLEYamaha YZF-R6+28.947
9Ty LYNCH Yamaha YZF-R6+29.950
10Dallas SKEER Suzuki GSXR+36.449
11Chris QUINN Yamaha YZF-R6+38.503
12Luke MITCHELLYamaha YZF-R6+41.538
13Aidan HAYES Yamaha YZF-R6+54.906
14Oli BAYLISS Yamaha YZF-R6+1m01.228
15Andrew EDSER Kawasaki ZX6R+1m26.068
DNFCallum SPRIGGS Yamaha YZF-R66 Laps
DNFBrodie MALOUF Yamaha YZF-R610 Laps
PosNamePoleR1R2Total
1Tom TOPARIS12525401
2Broc PEARSON01517278
3Nic LIMINTON01315236
4Aidan HAYES0178216
5Oliver BAYLISS0187206
6Jack PASSFIELD01618175
7Dallas SKEER0011172
8Ty LYNCH01012163
9Rhys BELLING01114143
10Reid BATTYE000142
11Chris QUINN0710126
12Avalon BIDDLE0613120
13Callum SPRIGGS0120101
14Jack HYDE0141697
15Luke MITCHELL05979
16Andrew EDSER09679
17John QUINN00076
18Richie DIBBEN00048
19Tom EDWARDS0202040
20Zac JOHNSON00037
21Scott NICHOLSON00031
22Timothy DONNON00028
23Brodie MALOUF08026
24Dylan WHITESIDE00026
25Samuel LAMBERT00022
26Callum O’BRIEN00018
27Ryan SELLEN00017
28Chandler COOPER00017
29Corey TURNER00016
30Ben LIEBIG00014
31Matt CRANMER00013
32Luke SANDERS00013
33Bronson PICKETT00012
34Daniel LEONARD0005
35Oscar DAVISON0001

Supersport 300 Race Three

The afternoon schedule kicked off with the final exciting tussle for Supersport 300 glory at SMP and it was Senna Agius with the early advantage over Seth Crump, Hunter Ford, Zac Levy and series leader Max Stauffer.

It was as usual an intense battle throughout the entire eight-lap distance and at half-race distance the primary duo tussling over the lead were Senna Agius and Hunter Ford. With two laps to run still only half-a-second covered the top five.

Early on the final lap Agius swooped back through to the lead, Hunter Ford tried up the inside at turn three, again at turn nine, but Agius held on… Stauffer was in sixth and if it finished like that Agius would pip him to the title by a single point!

Down the chute they go and Agius holds on, he takes the win sand with it the 2019 Australian Supersport 300 Championship by a single point over Max Stauffer. 

Senna Agius

“On the last lap, I was seventh heading into the first corner, and I thought ‘I have to make something special’ – I put my head down, and by Turn 9 I was in first. It was a bit risky leading out of the last corner, because I got slipstreamed to the line in Race 2, but I just took a breath, hoped I could get there and I got it done. I love ASBK, it’s fun racing and associating with all the competitors.”

A triumphant victory for Agius and a crushing blow for Stauffer.

Supersport 300 Race Three Results / Standings

PosRiderRiderTime/Gap
1Senna AGIUS Kawasaki EX 40014m06.037
2Hunter FORDYamaha R3 321+0.066
3Seth CRUMP KTM RC 390+0.280
4Zac LEVY Yamaha R3 321+0.325
5Max STAUFFER Yamaha R3 321+0.414
6John LYTRAS (Yamaha R3 321+0.996
7Luke JHONSTONKawasaki EX 400+1.099
8Brandon DEMMERY Yamaha R3 321+1.617
9Yannis SHAW Kawasaki EX 400+2.122
10Ben BAKER Yamaha R3 321+2.555
11Kyle O’CONNELL Yamaha R3 321+10.887
12Ryan SMITHYamaha R3 321+10.968
13Reece OUGHTRED Yamaha R3 321+21.032
14Peter NERLICHKawasaki EX 400+21.109
15Matt RINDEL Yamaha R3 321+21.477
16Zylas BUNTINGKawasaki EX 400+21.081
17Caleb GILMORE Yamaha R3 321+21.546
18James JACOBS Kawasaki EX 400+26.089
19Laura BROWN Yamaha R3 321+26.504
20Noel MAHON Kawasaki EX 400+34.014
21Zak PETTENDYYamaha R3 321+34.075
22Jimmy BROADBENT Kawasaki EX 400+50.643
23Patrick LI (Yamaha R3 321+50.900
24Craig WHITEKawasaki EX 400+1m13.459
PosNamePoleR1R2R3Total
1Senna AGIUS0252025384
2Max STAUFFER0201716383
3Hunter FORD1181420309
4Seth CRUMP0111318293
5Yannis SHAW0121212285
6John LYTRAS0141515277
7Brandon DEMMERY0161613254
8Zac LEVY0171817243
9Luke JHONSTON0152514216
10Ben BAKER013911206
11Locky TAYLOR0000203
12Harry KHOURI0000192
13Peter NERLICH0557152
14Travis HALL0000116
15Luke POWER000098
16Zylas BUNTING067588
17Kyle O’CONNELL010101079
18Ryan SMITH0911967
19Jacob ROULSTONE00063
20Callum O’BRIEN000062
21Laura BROWN071257
22Mitch KUHNE000054
23Olly SIMPSON000051
24Matt RINDEL008649
25Tristan ADAMSON000048
26Ben BURKE000043
27Dylan WHITESIDE000039
28Reece OUGHTRED000835
29Harrison VOIGHT010034
30Mitchell SIMPSON000025
31Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES000015
32Harry PARKER004014
33Tayla RELPH000014
34James JACOBS046313
35Caleb GILMORE080412
36Noel MAHON022111
37Jacob HATCH00009
38Grace POUTCH00009
39Jesse WOODS00008
40Tom NEWTON00007
41Jimmy BROADBENT03306
42Josh HALL00006
43Bronson PICKETT00004
44Zak PETTENDY00003
45Ryan MOSCARDINI00002
46John BLENKIN00002
47Keegan PICKERING00002
48Jordan SIMPSON00001

bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup

Sunday’s two OJC races were both won by Marianos Nikolis, who also claimed his first overall round win ahead of Tom Drane and Archie McDonald. Thompson ended up at the top of the standings ahead of Grenfell and Drane.

Carter Thompson secured the inaugural bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup title by finishing seventh in Race 2 earlier in the day.

The recently-selected Asia Talent Cup Australian representative only needed to finish ahead of Angus Grenfell to clinch the title, and he took a sensible approachto claim the title.

Carter Thompson

“It’s been a great year, and I’d like to thank all the people who made the Oceania Junior Cup happen. I was a bit nervous before that race, but once it started I knew I just needed to get as far forward as I could.”

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Carter Thompson claimed the OJC title – Image by TBG

bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race Three / Standings

PosRiderBikeTime/Gap
1Marianos NIKOLIS Yamaha YZF-R1512m24.998
2Tom DRANE Yamaha YZF-R15+0.058
3Archie MCDONALD Yamaha YZF-R15+0.065
4Max GIBBONSYamaha YZF-R15+0.113
5Cormac BUCHANAN Yamaha YZF-R15+0.388
6Patrick BOGNAR Yamaha YZF-R15+0.769
7Reece OUGHTRED Yamaha YZF-R15+0.791
8Angus GRENFELL Yamaha YZF-R15+0.823
9Jacob HATCH Yamaha YZF-R15+1.349
10Cros FRANCISYamaha YZF-R15+1.427
11Carter THOMPSON Yamaha YZF-R15+1.459
12Lincoln KNIGHT (Yamaha YZF-R15+1.755
13Jai RUSSO Yamaha YZF-R15+13.133
14Cameron DUNKER Yamaha YZF-R15+13.173
15Zak PETTENDY Yamaha YZF-R15+13.200
16Lucas QUINNYamaha YZF-R15+13.213
17Hunter DIPLOCK Yamaha YZF-R15+16.828
18Tom CONNORS Yamaha YZF-R15+17.486
19Clay CLEGG Yamaha YZF-R15+17.540
20Dominic FLETCHER Yamaha YZF-R15+18.322
21Varis FLEMING Yamaha YZF-R15+26.236
22Toby JAMES Yamaha YZF-R15+52.397
DNSJamie PORTYamaha YZF-R156 Laps
PosNameR1R2R3Total
1Carter THOMPSON171410334
2Angus GRENFELL01113303
3Tom DRANE252020288
4Archie McDONALD181518258
5Marianos NIKOLIS202525252
6Max GIBBONS161217251.5
7Reece OUGHTRED141314220
8Jacob ROULSTONE000201
9Zak PETTENDY10176185
10Cros FRANCIS12811178
11Jacob HATCH151812168
12Glenn NELSON000163
13Jai RUSSO868137
14Cormac BUCHANAN01016134.5
15Lucas QUINN635132
16Patrick BOGNAR91615105
17Lincoln KNIGHT117999
18Varis FLEMING20092
19Hunter DIPLOCK75479
20Jamie PORT41068
21Alex KENWORTHY-JONES00062
22Tom CONNORS52343
23Cameron DUNKER139729
24Thomas BROWN00029
25Dominic FLETCHER10124
26Jayden MARTIN00021
27Toby JAMES00017
28Clay CLEGG3429

YMF R3 Cup Race

Zac Levy won both Sunday’s YMF R3 Cup races, but it was Hunter Ford who clinched the championship with a couple of consistent finishes.

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Zac Levy was the top performer on Sunday – Image by TBG

Levy took the win in Race 3 by just 0.002s from Lytras, with Max Stauffer just 0.1s away from the win. Ford finished in eighth position after a conservative performance, but it was enough for the Newcastle rider to win the title.

Hunter Ford

“I knew I only had to finish in the top 17 to win the title – winning the race would have been nice, but it’s been a good season.”

YMF R3 Cup Race Three / Standings

PosNameRiderTime/Gap
1Zac LEVYYamaha YZF-R312m21.441
2John LYTRAS Yamaha YZF-R3+0.002
3Max STAUFFER Yamaha YZF-R3+0.116
4Reece OUGHTREDYamaha YZF-R3+0.514
5Brandon DEMMERY Yamaha YZF-R3+0.522
6Ben BAKER Yamaha YZF-R3+0.700
7Ryan SMITH Yamaha YZF-R3+1.784
8Hunter FORD Yamaha YZF-R3+2.661
9Caleb GILMOREYamaha YZF-R3+12.089
10Kyle O’CONNELL Yamaha YZF-R3+12.463
11Archie MCDONALDYamaha YZF-R3+19.719
12Matt RINDEL Yamaha YZF-R3+23.735
13Laura BROWN Yamaha YZF-R3+24.212
14Patrick BOGNAR Yamaha YZF-R3+32.720
15Zak PETTENDY Yamaha YZF-R3+34.162
16Dominic FLETCHER Yamaha YZF-R3+36.834
17Harry PARKER (NZ)Yamaha YZF-R3+32.728
18Patrick LI Yamaha YZF-R3+37.249
19Hunter DIPLOCKYamaha YZF-R3+52.583
20Tony SIMS Yamaha YZF-R3+1m00.310
DNFJacob HATCH Yamaha YZF-R32 Laps
PosNameRace 1Race 2Race 3Total
1Hunter FORD252013289
2John LYTRAS181820274
3Max STAUFFER171318261
4Brandon DEMMERY201616251
5Zac LEVY132525219
6Locky TAYLOR000195
7Reece OUGHTRED151417152
8Ben BAKER161515134
9Ryan SMITH141714134
10Luke JHONSTON000117
11Matt RINDEL98988
12Harry KHOURI00086
13Tristan ADAMSON00084
14Jacob ROULSTONE00082
15Archie McDONALD8101081
16Jacob HATCH1212078
17Kyle O’CONNELL11111176
18Travis HALL00076
19Laura BROWN100874
20Zak PETTENDY77670
21Harrison VOIGHT24359
22Zylas BUNTING00059
23Mitch KUHNE00046
24Patrick BOGNAR55741
25Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES00036
26Harry PARKER46431
27Caleb GILMORE691227
28Ryan MOSCARDINI00017
29Dominic FLETCHER02516
30Keegan PICKERING00014
31Hunter DIPLOCK33211
32Josh NODEN00011
33Josh HALL00011
34Bronson PICKETT0008
35Jeremy CZMOK0007
36John BLENKIN0006
37Jamie PORT0005
38Cameron AGOSTINI0005
39Tony SIMS1012
40Kristian AGOSTINI0002

Superbike Masters

Aaron Morris chalked up two more dominant race victories in the Superbike Masters, but the highlight was the battle for second between John Allen and Stephen Kairl, culimating in a battle in Race 3.

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Aaron Morris topped the Superbike Masters at Round 7 – Image by TBG

Some rapid starts from Kairl worked to his advantage in both races, especially in Sunday’s final race where he moved into the outright lead for a couple of laps, and he ultimately sealed the runner-up spot.

Stephen Kairl

“I got a bit gifted in that last race, but I’m so lucky to be able to ride such a beautiful bike at such a big event.”

Superbike Masters Race Three / Standings

PosNameMachineTime/Gap
1Aaron MORRIS Yamaha FZR 10439m53.529
2Stephen KAIRLYamaha FZR 1040+12.400
3John ALLENYamaha OW31 750+13.387
4Stephen CRAIG Suzuki GSXR 750+24.065
5Stuart WOODBURY Ducati SP 851+31.227
6Scott WEBSTER Harris Suzuki 1200+31.299
7Stephen WARD Yamaha FZR 1000+33.640
8Mark McVEIGH Yamaha FZR 1000+35.483
9Mick JOHNSTON Ducati TTF1 985+47.065
10Phillip BURKE Honda RC30 750+50.424
11Roger GUNN Harris F1 1170+55.359
12Anthony BANNKawasaki ZXR 750+55.707
13Steven HARLEY Yamaha FZN 750+1:13.620
14Patrick POVOLNY Suzuki GSX 1100+1m25.630
15Andrew GARRETT Suzuki GSXR 750+1m27.212
16Gary NAYSMITH Kawasaki Z J 1166+1m27.404
17Denis ACKLAND Kawasaki Z 1260+1:27.578
18Mark RODDA Suzuki GS S 1100+1m28.622
19Karen WEBBSuzuki GSXR 749+1m40.491
20Paul RIGNEYHarris Kawasaki 1170+1m54.928
21Darren LARK Suzuki GSX 11501 Lap
DNFGreg DAL SANTO Ducati SS 7001 Lap
PosNameR1R2R3Total
1John ALLEN20918122
2Mark McVEIGH177.51388.5
3Scott WEBSTER1571585
4Aaron MORRIS2512.52562.5
5Alexander PICKETT00060
6Murray CLARK00054
7Mark RODDA41.5352.5
8Stephen KAIRL18102048
9Stephen CRAIG168.51741.5
10Gregory JAMES80037
11Stephen WARD1481436
12Stuart WOODBURY136.51635.5
13Mick JOHNSTON1261230
14Phillip BURKE115.51127.5
15Darren LARK00026
16Anthony BANN104.5923.5
17Roger GUNN751022
18Steven HARLEY90817
19Patrick POVOLNY52.5714.5
20Richard EASTON00014
21Denis ACKLAND63.5413.5
22Gary NAYSMITH32510
23Andrew GARRETT0369
24Karen WEBB20.524.5
25Greg DAL SANTO0404
26Paul RIGNEY1113
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Phillip Island MotoGP ImageFest Part Two

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Carter Thompson and Max Gibbons join Asia Talent Cup

2020 Idemitsu Asia Talent Cup riders selected at Sepang 18 young Australian hopefuls had been invited to join a field of almost 90 youngsters this...
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Phillip Island MotoGP ImageFest Part One

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ASBK 2019 | Season recap as we head to SMP finale

ASBK 2019 Round 7 - Sydney Motorsports Park Looking back on ASBK 2019 ahead of the SMP finale By Chris Plumridge and THWe are down to the...
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2020 ASBK Championship Calendar

2020 ASBK Championship Calendar The 2020 Australian Superbike Championship calendar dates have been revealed.The most interesting developments are the return of Wanneroo Raceway in Western...