2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship

Winton – Round 5 – Sunday 

Kawasaki Superbike Race One

Mike Jones put down the fastest ever lap around Winton by a motorcycle to secure pole position on Saturday afternoon to claim what could prove to be a vital championship point if this series goes down to the wire. After this fifth round at Winton the series moves to Phillip Island for the penultimate contest in early October, before the championship decider at Sydney Motorsports Park over the first weekend in November.

Wayne Maxwell and Cru Halliday have showed good form all weekend and complete the front row. Daniel Falzon headed the second row alongside Mark Chiodo and Josh Waters.

Herfoss went down the road twice on Saturday. The second fall was due to a problem with a replaced brake master cylinder/lever that saw the defending ASBK Superbike Champion left with no front brake as he hurtled towards turn ten.

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Troy Herfoss goes down at turn 10 as Q2 got underway – Image by Rob Mott

A scary incident for Herfoss and one that cost him dearly, leaving him way down the grid in 12th place. The Penrite Honda man had a successful morning warm-up that buoyed his spirits ahead of today’s 16-lap Superbike opener.

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Mike Jones was on pole position – Image by Rob Mott

As the riders formed up on the grid they were on a track that for the first time all weekend actually had a ‘little’ bit of temperature in it.

Wayne Maxwell got a great run off the line but a wheelie cost him a little and allowed Mike Jones to take the lead into the esses for the first time. Arthur Sissis, as always, got a brilliant start to fire through to third place ahead of Falzon and a determined looking Bryan Staring.

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Winton ASBK Race One gets underway – Image by Rob Mott

Cru Halliday had not started well but early on lap two he was on the back of Falzon and looking to challenge for fourth place. Herfoss was now up to eighth place.

ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens Halliday Morris Herfoss
Cru Halliday, Arthur Sissis and Troy Herfoss – Image by Rob Mott

Halliday took fourth place from Falzon early on lap three and set out after Sissis who had maintained that third place over the opening few laps.

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Mike Jones leads Wayne Maxwell – Image by Rob Mott

Maxwell set a new race lap record on lap two, a 1m20.221s besting the 1m20.365s set by Jones on the same lap. The pace was not maintained on lap three and the gap between the pair was just under half-a-second with 13 laps to run. 

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Mike Jones leads Wayne Maxwell – Image by Rob Mott

Maxwell made his move into the esses over the back of the circuit early on lap four. Jones returned serve later on that lap to regain the lead.

Mark Chiodo had a tumble at turn nine.

ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SBK R Wayne Maxwell leads Mike Jones
Wayne Maxwell leads Mike Jones – Image by Rob Mott

Wayne Maxwell again made a move at the back esses to take the lead once more. Jones has so much more drive onto the main straight but the Suzuki comes on strong in the top end and Maxwell squeezed Jones a little before they tipped into turn one with ten laps to run to maintain the race lead. Jones also seemed to display an advantage on the entry in to the final double right-hander every lap, a fact that he might try to keep hidden from Maxwell until that final run to the chequered flag….

Troy Herfoss had moved up to fourth place and with nine laps to run was now all over the back of Cru Halliday. 

Mike Jones took the lead into turn one as the race broached the halfway mark. Maxwell tried to follow Jones into the final complex of turns and went in way too deep, again highlighting the advantage Jones has in that final sector of the circuit. Maxwell gathered it up but lost a couple of tenths in the process. The Suzuki man then clawed that ground back over the course of the following lap.

Maxwell took the lead yet again on the entry to the esses over the back of the circuit, forcing Jones to sit the Ducati up a little as Maxwell gets in up the inside before they drop the bikes on to the right-hand side of the tyre.  

ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SBK R Wayne Maxwell leads Mike Jones
Wayne Maxwell leads Mike Jones – Image by Rob Mott

Troy Herfoss moved up to third place with four laps to run but the Yamaha man was not going to give up easily.

Maxwell dropped in a 1m20.633s lap to eke away from Jones on that lap. With three laps to run Maxwell now had a full-second advantage over Jones. The Ducati man had run out of grip in the closing stages of the race. 

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Wayne Maxwell broke away in the later stages of the race – Image by Rob Mott

Maxwell’s advantage at the last lap board had gone out to 1.5-seconds and the Suzuki man had the clear advantage and Jones would have to settle for second place.

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Mike Jones and Wayne Maxwell in Parc Ferme – Image by Rob Mott

Troy Herfoss managed to break away from Halliday to secure the final step on the rostrum in a great ride from 12th on the grid. 

ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SBK R Parc Ferme Mike Jones Wayne Maxwell Troy Herfoss
Kawasaki Superbike Race One Results
1 Wayne MAXWELL (VIC)  Suzuki GSXRR 21m41.745
2 Mike JONES (QLD)  Ducati 1299 FE +1.861
3 Troy HERFOSS (QLD)  Honda CBR SP +5.852

Kawasaki Superbike Race One Results

PosNameBikeTime/Gap
1Wayne MAXWELL (VIC) Suzuki GSXRR21m41.745
2Mike JONES (QLD) Ducati 1299 FE+1.861
3Troy HERFOSS (QLD) Honda CBR SP+5.852
4Cru HALLIDAY (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R1+8.777
5Josh WATERS (VIC)Suzuki GSXRR+15.312
6Daniel FALZON (SA)Yamaha YZF-R1+15.329
7Bryan STARING (WA)Kawasaki ZX10R+19.667
8Matt WALTERS (NSW) Kawasaki ZX10RR+20.243
9Alex PHILLIS (VIC) Suzuki GSXR+23.665
10Arthur SISSIS (SA)Suzuki GSXRR+24.370
11Damon REES (NZ) Honda CBR+42.485
12Kyle BUCKLEY (QLDKawasaki ZX10R+44.643
13Aaron MORRIS (NSW) BMW S RR+46.583
14Lachlan EPIS (NSW) /Kawasaki ZX10R+51.887
15Mark CHIODO (VIC) Honda CBR SP+1m11.145
DNFBrendan McINTYRE (NSW)Suzuki GSXR5 Laps

Kawasaki Superbike Championship Points

PosNameTotal
1Michael JONES205
2Cru HALLIDAY200
3Bryan STARING190
4Troy HERFOSS187
5Wayne MAXWELL183
6Josh WATERS173

 


Motorsports TV Supersport Race One

Reid Battye led the field through the esses as the opening Supersport bout got underway but poleman Tom Toparis squeezed underneath him at the apex of the exit of the esses, that forced Battye a little wide off the racing line. The Suzuki man held the throttle on but his trajectory took him out to a dirtier part of the circuit where his rear tyre then slid luridly and catapulted Battye over the bars in an old-fashioned high-side, his GSX-R600 tumbling behind him. The stricken bike then caused a chain reaction which skittled yet more riders and bikes, leaving what used to be the old Winton start-finish line resembling a war zone that had just been smashed with incendiaries!

Amazingly all the riders were up and okay, a lucky escape from what could have been a truly nasty state of affairs. Nic Liminton copped the brunt of it and did not make the re-start, nor did Battye.

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Tom Toparis leads – Image by Rob Mott

At the re-start it was Toparis that led the field away as Broc Pearson, Ty Lynch and Oli Bayliss gave chase.

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Toparis leads Pearson – Image by Rob Mott

Toparis’ confidence on the cool track and cool tyres was clear from the off. Through the tight back section of the track his pursuers looked a little on tenterhooks but Toparis just pitched the bike on its side and the difference was telling.

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Tom Toparis – Image by Rob Mott

Oli Bayliss looked to have more faith in his front tyre than Broc Pearson and squeezed through to take second place late on the second lap.

Bayliss streaked away from Pearson and over the course of the third lap pulled back more than half-a-second on Toparis. An awesome 1m23.602s more than a full-second quicker than his qualifying lap, and only a tenth off Toparis’ pole lap. Just when it looked as though he was going to really cause Toparis some problems the fire looked to go out on the Cube Racing YZF-R6. While negotiating the esses, and now almost within lunging distance of Toparis, Bayliss pulled off the racing line with machinery problems. The youngster understandably distraught at his fate but he is a resilient character and when it comes to racing the 16-year-old is already a very much focused racer and will be buoyed with his improved pace and hot to trot for the second Supersport race later in the day.

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Oli Bayliss at least had a chair to watch on from, little consolation for a disappointed youngster – Image by Rob Mott

The early exit of Bayliss robbed us of what looked as though it would be a great battle and Toparis could then simply cruise to victory without having to take any risks.

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An important race for Broc Pearson in his quest for second place in the Australian Supersport Championship – Image by Rob Mott

Broc Pearson a clear second place and benefitting greatly from the absence of Bayliss, Liminton and Battye as that quartet are battling for second place in the Supersport category. A 20-point score for Pearson while Bayliss, Liminton and Battye take no score enough to propel Pearson up to second place in the championship with an eight-point buffer over Liminton.

Ty Lynch took the final spot on the rostrum with a handy advantage over Dallas Skeer who took fourth place by a nose over Aidan Hayes. Avalon Biddle was a somewhat lonely sixth ahead of Chris Quinn and Jack Passfield.

ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SS R Parc FermeTom TOPARIS Broc PEARSON Ty LYNCH
Motorsports TV Supersport Race One Results
1 Tom TOPARIS (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R6 17m01.838
2 Broc PEARSON (QLD)  Yamaha YZF-R6 +5.765
3 Ty LYNCH (SA)  Yamaha YZF-R6 +7.887

Motorsports TV Supersport Race One Results

PosRiderBikeTime/Gap
1Tom TOPARIS (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R617m01.838
2Broc PEARSON (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R6+5.765
3Ty LYNCH (SA) Yamaha YZF-R6+7.887
4Dallas SKEER (SA)Suzuki GSXR+12.127
5Aidan HAYES (NSWYamaha YZF-R6+12.328
6Avalon BIDDLE (NZ) Yamaha YZF-R6+17.243
7Chris QUINN (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R6+23.189
8Jack PASSFIELD (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R6+23.273
9Rhys BELLING (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R6+28.794
10Jack HYDE (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R6+36.900
11Chandler COOPER (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R6+48.617
DNFOli BAYLISS (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R69 Laps
DNFRyan SELLEN (NSW) Kawasaki ZX6R9 Laps

Motorsports TV Supersport Championship Points

PosNameTotal
1Tom TOPARIS274
2Broc PEARSON196
3Nic LIMINTON188
4Oliver BAYLISS161
5Reid BATTYE142
6Aidan HAYES140
7Dallas SKEER130
8Chris QUINN100
9Ty LYNCH97
10Jack PASSFIELD94

 


YMF R3 Cup Race Two

Hunter Ford capitalised on his pole position to lead the field away but Max Stauffer quickly moved into the lead but early on lap to Hunter Ford and Luke Johnston pushed Stauffer back to third place. In that early leading group was also Brandon Demmery, Locky Taylor and Zac Levy.

The tussle between those six riders continued through the race and it was Hunter Ford that took the victory by a nose over Max Stauffer with Brandon Demmery completing the podium a few bike lengths behind that duo.

YMF R3 Cup Race Two Results

PosRiderBikeTime/Gap
1Hunter FORD (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R312m26.724
2Max STAUFFER (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+0.052
3Brandon DEMMERY Yamaha YZF-R3+0.483
4Luke JHONSTON Yamaha YZF-R3+0.615
5Zac LEVY (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+1.082
6Locky TAYLOR (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+1.720
7Tristan ADAMSON (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R3+16.958
8Ryan SMITH (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+18.184
9Jacob ROULSTONE (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+18.190
10Reece OUGHTRED (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R3+24.687
11John LYTRAS (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R3+24.948
12Zylas BUNTING (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+25.873
13Archie McDONALD (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3+34.368
14Zak PETTENDY (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R3+38.812
15Jacob HATCH (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+38.937
16Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R3+43.457
17Josh NODEN (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3+58.144
18Jeremy CZMOK (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3+1m06.941
19Matt RINDEL (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R3+1m12.737
20Patrick BOGNAR (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R3+1m29.148
21Dominic FLETCHER (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+1m31.345
22Hunter DIPLOCK (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R3+1m40.821
DNFHarry PARKER (NZ) Yamaha YZF-R3+1 Lap

YMF R3 Cup Points

PosNameTotal
1Hunter FORD151
2John LYTRAS149
3Zac LEVY141
4Max STAUFFER133
5Brandon DEMMERY128
6Locky TAYLOR121

YMI Supersport 300 Race Two

Yannis Shaw was the early race leader ahead of Max Stauffer and Seth Crump. Crump gazumped Stauffer to move up to second place and on the second lap pushed past Shaw to take the race lead on the KTM. 

Shaw took the race lead back with six laps to run and Hunter Ford then pushed Crump further back to third. Ford then took the race lead with five laps to run. Brandon Demmery had been marching his way through the field and by half-race distance had tagged on to the back of that leading group. 

It was a great tussle all the way to the line but it was the Bridgestone shod 400 Kawasaki ridden by Yannis Shaw that got to the chequered flag first while Hunter Ford pipped Brandom Demmery out of second place by a nose at the line.

YMI Supersport 300 Race Two Results

PosRiderBikeTime/Gap
1Yannis SHAW (NSW) Kawasaki EX 40013m58.289
2Hunter FORD (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+0.273
3Brandon DEMMERY (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+0.291
4Max STAUFFER (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+1.561
5Luke POWER (VIC) Kawasaki EX 400+1.579
6Luke JHONSTON (NSW)Kawasaki EX 400+5.105
7Zac LEVY (QLD)Yamaha R3 321+5.212
8Locky TAYLOR (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+5.456
9Peter NERLICH (VIC) / TCN RacingKawasaki EX 300+5.580
10Seth CRUMP (QLD)KTM RC390 390+7.980
11Senna AGIUS (NSW)Kawasaki EX 400+11.306
12John LYTRAS (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+17.922
13John QUINN (VIC) Kawasaki EX 400+18.189
14Jacob ROULSTONE (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+18.420
15Ben BURKE (NSW)Kawasaki EX 400+18.558
16Matt RINDEL (VIC)Yamaha R3 321+18.664
17Reece OUGHTRED (VIC)Yamaha R3 321+19.806
18Ryan SMITH (NSW) Yamaha R3 321+31.322
19Zylas BUNTING (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+31.478
20Zak PETTENDY (NSW)Yamaha R3 321+48.813
21Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES (QLD) Yamaha R3 321+48.883
22Noel MAHON (VIC)Kawasaki EX 400+53.056
23Josh NODEN (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R3+1m00.743
24Jeremy CZMOK (VIC)Yamaha R3 321+1m00.769
25Craig WHITE (NSW) Kawasaki EX 400+1m29.883
26Greg FARRELL (NSW)Kawasaki EX 300+1m30.069
DNFTristan ADAMSON (QLD) Yamaha YZF-R32 Laps
DNFDominic FLETCHER (NSW)Yamaha R3 3212 Laps
DNFHarry PARKER (NZ) / Race CenterYamaha R3 3215 Laps

 


bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race Two 

Angus Grenfell was off like a scalded cat and quickly streaked away to a handy lead over Archie McDonald. Left to tussle over the remaining step on the rostrum was Tom Drane, Glenn Nelson, Carter Thompson and Marianos Nikolis.

With three laps to go McDonald looked to have thought his second position was a little too safe and was closed down by the pursuing pack. Drane was through to second place with a lap and a half to run and adding further insult were Glenn Nelson and Jacob Roulstone who also pushed past McDonald on the final lap.

Grenfell a clear and undisputed victory by four-seconds while Tom Drane was the best of the rest in second while Glenn Nelson rounded out the podium.

bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup Race Two Results

PosRiderBikeTime/Gap
1Angus GRENFELL (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R1510m37.515
2Tom DRANE (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+3.730
3Glenn NELSON (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R15+3.902
4Jacob ROULSTONE (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+4.243
5Archie McDONALD (VICYamaha YZF-R15+4.393
6Max GIBBONS (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R15+4.463
7Carter THOMPSON (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+4.474
8Marianos NIKOLIS (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+4.616
9Jacob HATCH (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+4.686
10Reece OUGHTRED (VIC)Yamaha YZR-R15+5.394
11Cros FRANCIS (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+5.437
12Patrick BOGNAR (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R15+21.039
13Jamie PORT (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R15+21.561
14Zak PETTENDY (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+31.510
15Lucas QUINN (QLD)Yamaha YZF-R15+34.748
16Varis FLEMING (VIC)Yamaha YZF-R15+35.270
17Jai RUSSO (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+36.168
18Cormac BUCHANAN (NZYamaha YZF-R15+41.316
19Tom CONNORS (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+41.368
20Hunter DIPLOCK (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+43.576
21Lincoln KNIGHT (NSW) Yamaha YZF-R15+46.069
22Toby JAMES (VIC) Yamaha YZF-R15+46.243
23Dominic FLETCHER (NSW)Yamaha YZF-R15+59.361

 


Sidecar Race Three Results 

PosRidersClassTime/Gap
1Corey TURNER / Danyon TURNER (QLD) F112m25.755
2Howard FORD / Lee MENZIES (NSW)F1+28.438
3Patrick CLANCY / Stephen BONNEY (VIC) F2+40.382
4Bruce COLLINS / Peter DEANGELIS (VIC) F2+49.797
5Jero JOYCE / Corey BLACKMAN (WA)F1+53.265
6Mick ALTON / Chrissy CLANCY (NSW)F2+55.285
7Damien EDIS / Melanie SCHLUTER (VIC)F2+1:04.218
8John CLANCY / Warren GRUBB (VIC)F2+1:08.754
9Declan BEARE / Noel BEARE (VIC) F1+1:12.651
10Simon REYNOLDS / Kathryn WARNE (NSW) F2+1:13.200
11Matthew BROWN / Nathan ASTILL (NSW) / Brown Dog RacingF21 Lap
12Roy WILLIAMS / Amanda WILLIAMS (VIC)F21 Lap
DNFPhil UNDERWOOD / Stephen FORD (QLD) F12 Laps
DNFMatthew McKINNON / Tracey BRYAN (NSW)F23 Laps
DNFJeff BROWN / Darren SHELDRICK (NSW) F18 Lap

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championships Calendar

  • Round 6: Phillip Island GP Circuit, VIC – 4-6 October 2019
  • Round 7: Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW – 1-3 November 2019

Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Standings

 

PosNameTotal
1Michael JONES205
2Cru HALLIDAY200
3Bryan STARING190
4Troy HERFOSS187
5Wayne MAXWELL183
6Josh WATERS173
7Matt WALTERS125
8Daniel FALZON124
9Alex PHILLIS105
10Arthur SISSIS99
11Mark CHIODO93
12Glenn SCOTT90
13Damon REES78
14Aiden WAGNER71
15Lachlan EPIS64
16Glenn ALLERTON56
17Ted COLLINS49
18Sloan FROST42
19Max CROKER27
20Brendan McINTYRE26
21Aaron MORRIS23
22Philip CZAJ20
23David BARKER16
24Evan BYLES13
25Brian HOUGHTON10
26Kyle BUCKLEY9
27Matt TOOLEY7
28Adam SENIOR5
29Paul VAN DER HEIDEN4
30Ryan YANKO3
31Will DAVIDSON2
32Michael EDWARDS2

 

PosNameTotal
1Tom TOPARIS274
2Broc PEARSON196
3Nic LIMINTON188
4Oliver BAYLISS161
5Reid BATTYE142
6Aidan HAYES140
7Dallas SKEER130
8Chris QUINN100
9Ty LYNCH97
10Jack PASSFIELD94
11Callum SPRIGGS89
12Rhys BELLING82
13Avalon BIDDLE78
14Luke MITCHELL65
15Andrew EDSER64
16John QUINN55
17Zac JOHNSON37
18Scott NICHOLSON31
19Dylan WHITESIDE26
20Jack HYDE25
21Samuel LAMBERT22
22Timothy DONNON21
23Corey TURNER16
24Ben LIEBIG14
25Matt CRANMER13
26Luke SANDERS13
27Bronson PICKETT12
28Chandler COOPER10
29Daniel LEONARD5
30Oscar DAVISON1
PosNameTotal
1Max STAUFFER268
2Senna AGIUS224
3Harry KHOURI192
4John LYTRAS188
5Seth CRUMP186
6Hunter FORD183
7Zac LEVY183
8Yannis SHAW177
9Brandon DEMMERY156
10Locky TAYLOR147
11Ben BAKER142
12Travis HALL116
13Peter NERLICH103
14Luke JHONSTON90
15Luke POWER84
16Jacob ROULSTONE62
17Callum O’BRIEN62
18Mitch KUHNE54
19Olly SIMPSON51
20Kyle O’CONNELL49
21Zylas BUNTING48
22Tristan ADAMSON41
23Dylan WHITESIDE39
24Harrison VOIGHT32
25Mitchell SIMPSON25
26Laura BROWN21
27Ryan SMITH18
28Tayla RELPH14
29Ben BURKE13
30Reece OUGHTRED11
31Matt RINDEL10
32Jesse WOODS8
33Tom NEWTON7
34Josh HALL6
35Bronson PICKETT4
36Grace POUTCH4
37Jacob HATCH3
38John BLENKIN2
39Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES2
40Keegan PICKERING2
41Zak PETTENDY1
42Jordan SIMPSON1
PosNameTotal
1Hunter FORD151
2John LYTRAS149
3Zac LEVY141
4Max STAUFFER133
5Brandon DEMMERY128
6Locky TAYLOR121
7Luke JHONSTON103
8Harry KHOURI86
9Travis HALL76
10Jacob ROULSTONE71
11Tristan ADAMSON70
12Reece OUGHTRED54
13Ryan SMITH53
14Zylas BUNTING52
15Ben BAKER47
16Mitch KUHNE46
17Harrison VOIGHT45
18Kyle O’CONNELL43
19Zak PETTENDY22
20Archie McDONALD17
21Matt RINDEL16
22Stephany KAPILAWI-JAMES15
23Jacob HATCH14
24Keegan PICKERING14
25Josh HALL11
26Josh NODEN9
27Bronson PICKETT8
28Jeremy CZMOK7
29Laura BROWN6
30John BLENKIN6
31Cameron AGOSTINI5
32Patrick BOGNAR3
33Ryan MOSCARDINI3
34Kristian AGOSTINI2
PosNameTotal
1Angus GRENFELL221
2Carter THOMPSON210
3Jacob ROULSTONE189
4Tom DRANE182
5Marianos NIKOLIS158
6Glenn NELSON138
7Max GIBBONS133
8Cros FRANCIS130
9Archie McDONALD126
10Reece OUGHTRED119
11Zak PETTENDY109
12Jacob HATCH90
13Jai RUSSO85
14Lucas QUINN76
15Alex KENWORTHY-JONES62
16Cormac BUCHANAN58
17Hunter DIPLOCK52
18Varis FLEMING51
19Lincoln KNIGHT44
20Patrick BOGNAR43
21Jamie PORT39
22Thomas BROWN29
23Tom CONNORS22
24Dominic FLETCHER6
25Toby JAMES1
PosRidersTotal
1C. TURNER / D. TURNER211
2J. JOYCE / C. BLACKMAN191
3H. FORD / L. MENZIES144
4S. BAYLISS / A. WILSON89
5P. UNDERWOOD / S. FORD66
6D. BEARE / N. BEARE50
7M. ABELL / D. ALLEN49
8J. BROWN / D. SHELDRICK49
9J. WILLIAMS / G. BURKE45
10P. ABELL A. McKINNON15
11D. BOUGHEN / D. BOUGHEN15

 

PosRidersTotal
1P. CLANCY / S. BONNEY212
2J. CLANCY / W. GRUBB153
3S. REYNOLDS / K. WARNE129
4D. EDIS / M. SCHLUTER118
5M. ALTON / C. CLANCY116
6M. BROWN / N. ASTILL101
7B. COLLINS / P. DEANGELIS89
8M. McKINNON / P. DEANGELIS75
9S. JUDD / R. SPANKNEBEL71
10A. PHILLIPS B. MARTIN47
11R. WILLIAMS / A. WILLIAMS26
ASBK Rnd Winton Yanni Shaw TBG Cover

2019 Winton ASBK – Round Five | Gallery F

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton – Round Five – ASBK Images Gallery F images by TBG and Rob Mott
ASBK Rnd Winton Reid Battye TBG Cover

2019 Winton ASBK – Round Five | Gallery E

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton – Round Five – ASBK Images Gallery E images by TBG and Rob Mott
ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SBK Cru HALLIDAY LHS

2019 Winton ASBK – Round Five | Gallery D

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton - Round Five - ASBK Images Gallery D images by TBG and Rob Mott
ASBK Rnd RbMotoLens Herfoss Crash

2019 Winton ASBK – Round Five | Gallery C

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton - Round Five - ASBK Images Gallery C images by TBG and Rob Mott
ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SS R Tom TOPARIS

2019 Winton ASBK – Round Five | Gallery B

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton - Round Five - ASBK Images Gallery B images by TBG and Rob Mott
WInton Park ASBK Supporting Classes

Winton ASBK Supersport / SS 300 / R3 Cup / Oceania Cup

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton - Round 5 - Sunday Motorsports TV Supersport Race Two Ty Lynch, Oli Bayliss and Tom Toparis exited the esses...
ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SBK R rd Restart Start Wayne Maxwell Leads

Wayne Maxwell wins controversial Winton Superbike round

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton - Round 5 - Sunday Kawasaki Superbike Race Two Wayne Maxwell had out-smarted the field in the opening Superbike race...
ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SBK Mike JONES LHS

Mike Jones smashes Winton lap record for ASBK pole

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton - Round 5 - Saturday ReportDark menacing clouds loomed large on the horizon above Winton Motor Raceway as...
ASBK Rnd Winton RbMotoLens SBK Troy HERFOSS Crashed bike

Cru Halliday has upper hand in cool conditions at Winton

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton – Round Five – Friday PracticeWinter might be over but it certainly doesn't seem like it at Winton...
ASBK TBG Round Winton Bryan Staring TBG

Friday images from ASBK at Winton Motor Raceway

2019 Motul Pirelli Australian Superbike Championship Winton - Round Five - Friday Pictorial Gallery A images by TBG and Rob Mott