Extended TV Coverage for various 2020 ASBK classes
The mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul live television coverage will be expanded to three massive hours on SBS, Fox Sports Australia and Fox Sports Asia in 2020, giving ASBK race fans more on track action than ever before. Words & Pics: MA
ASBK broadcast partners – SBS will provide Free to Air coverage in HD and Fox Sports Australia and Fox Sports Asia will ensure Pay TV customers won’t miss a minute of the action across the Asia Pacific region. ASBK TV will give fans a front row seat of the thrills and spills from round 2-7 live into their lounge rooms. Live race coverage will include the Kawasaki Superbike, MotorsportsTV Supersport, YMI Supersport 300 and selected races of bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup.
ASBK fans around Australia and across the World can also log-on to www.asbk.com.au to watch up to 8 hours of Live Stream of ASBK TV on race days. Ensuring they can stay up to date with ASBK action no matter where they are in the world.
Motorcycling Australia CEO Peter Doyle was thrilled to announce the continued partnership between ASBK and SBS, Fox Sports Australia and Fox Sports Asia.
“It’s great to welcome back our TV broadcast partners in 2020 who have been strong supporters of the ASBK Championship over the past few years and have done an excellent job bringing the sensational coverage to our ASBK fans and ASBK sponsors,” Mr Doyle said.
“Showcasing the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, to our Australian and Worldwide audiences is key to growing the sport locally, and also showing our future championships to race teams across the world.”
ASBK welcomes back our expert ASBK TV team of Emma Notarfrancesco and ASBK ambassador Steve Martin, alongside Phil Harlum and Mark Bracks.
ASBK TV production partner AVE returns in 2020 who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the TV production through MotorsportsTV.
Exclusive Live telecast of all three Kawasaki Superbike Class races will air on Fox Sports Australia Channel 506 this Saturday & Sunday. While extended highlights, race action and the behind the scene interviews will air on SBS HD on Sunday 15th March.
Check your local guides for times and more information.
2020 ASBK Calendar
- Round 1: WorldSBK – Phillip Island, VIC February 27-March 1
- Round 2: Wakefield Park, NSW March 27-29
- Round 3: The Bend, SA May 7-10
- Round 4: Barbagallo Raceway, WA May 15-17
- Official ASBK Test – Morgan Park, QLD July 28-29
- Round 5: Morgan Park, QLD August 7-9
- Round 6: Winton Motorsport Park, QLD September 11-13
- Round 7: Phillip Island GP Circuit, VIC October 2-4
Head to www.asbk.com.au for more info.