The first two rounds of the ASBK calendar have provided some great racing. With last years season being cut short, the competition has been fierce. Here are the best shots from 2021...

The 2021 season of ASBK has been nail-biting so far. From final lap battles, to some of the best talent in Australia fighting to make a lasting impression on sponsors and fans, it’s been a great year for Australian motorsport while it recovers from 2020. Photos supplied by MA.

Troy Herfoss is a common name in the ASBK field, but 2021 is shaping up to be yet another shining year for him and the Penrite Honda team.

Round three treated fans to an exciting show of talent last month. The record crowd at Wakefield had the ASBK management saying it some of the best ASBK racing seen in recent years with very strong battles across all classes. Lap records were broken in nearly every class from the outset on the Friday when riders hit the track for free practice.


Kawasaki KX450
 

Wakefield Park Round Three ASBK Gallery


McLeods Shoei
 


Shannons
 

Due to early COVID-19 concerns, the first round of ASBK at Philip Island was cancelled. This left riders a few extra weeks to prepare for round two at Winton Raceway in Victoria. The entertainment didn’t disappoint, with spectators being allowed at the track for the first time in a year.

When round one was canceled, ASBK headed to Winton where the riders would have to dust the cob-webs off.

In stunning sunshine and a spectacular first race of the season, Maxwell aboard the Boost Mobile Ducati scored the win after Penrite Honda’s Troy Herfoss crashed on the last corner of the last lap, managing to get back on the bike and finish 11th, while Desmosport Ducati Mike Jones claimed 2nd and Yamaha Racing Team’s Cru Halliday 3rd.


Yamaha Q2
 

Winton Round Two Gallery


UMI Meteor 350
 


NG Brakes
 

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