Motorcycling Australia are pleased to announce Kawasaki Motors Australia will again throw its full support behind the Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) in 2020, as the title sponsor of the Kawasaki Superbike Championship class.

Kawasaki Motors Australia has announced that they will continue to support the ASBK as the title sponsor of the Superbike Championship.

Kawasaki Motors Australia has announced that they will continue to support the ASBK as the title sponsor of the Superbike Championship.

Motorcycling Australia CEO, Peter Doyle, thanked Kawasaki Motors Australia for their continued support of ASBK.

“It is great to have Kawasaki Motors Australia renew their support for ASBK and the Superbike class, as they have been a significant supporter of the championship,” Mr Doyle said

“The support of manufacturers like Kawasaki Motors Australia is vital for the success of any championship to make it stronger, and we are certainly excited for a sensational 2020 ASBK.

“Together, Motorcycling Australia, with Kawasaki Motors Australia sponsorship have grown the Kawasaki Superbike Class in recent years, and this year is expected to even be better with fierce on track battles in the chase for the 2020 Kawasaki Superbike title.”


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Kawasaki Motors Australia, Marketing Manager, Gina Costello, commented on the 2020 ASBK season ahead:

“Kawasaki Motors Australia is very excited to sponsor ASBK and the Superbike class again for 2020,” she said.

“Kawasaki continues to be at the heart of Australian racing and enjoy watching the Kawasaki Superbike Class continue to grow; with the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR near the top of the competition again this year.”

All the action continues at Phillip Island on February 27th, where round one of the World Supers will begin!

ASBK fans can track all the action of the ASBK Live Timing on www.asbk.com.au and timing results at the Official Timing Partner of ASBK – Computime.com.au and also on ASBK Facebook page.


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 about the Australian Superbike Championship.


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