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The Andrews Labor Government has secured the long-term future of our flagship motorsports events at Phillip Island
Minister for Tourism and Major Events John Eren today announced the Labor Government had locked away the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix until 2026, and the Australian round of the FIM Superbike World Championship until 2027.
MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship to continue on Fox Sports in Australia
Dorna WSBK Organisation and Fox Sports are thrilled to announce the extension of their contract, confirming Fox Sports as the home of WorldSBK in Australia once again. The contract extension will ensure fans can see the WorldSBK and WorldSSP races shown live across the country, including live coverage of the WorldSBK Tissot-Superpole qualifying shootout.
Honours split between Kawasaki pair on first and final days of Phillip Island testing
Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea set the fastest lap of the second and final day of testing in Phillip Island, after teammate and number one rival Tom Sykes had done the same on Day 1.
First race weekend of 2016 is the Yamaha Finance Australian Round of the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship
Yamaha Financial Services (YFS) will be the Event Main Sponsor for the World Superbike Championship event in Australia. The sponsorship will see the insurance and finance group sponsor the inaugural race meeting of 2016, set to take place at Phillip Island on the 26th-28th of February.
Round 16: Australian MotoGP™ – Free Practice One & Two
Repsol Honda Team’s Marc Marquez was the quickest rider in today’s practice sessions at the Phillip Island circuit, the reigning MotoGP™ World Champion setting a time of 1’29.383 to lead a tightly-packed field on the opening day of action at the Australian Grand Prix.
Both Aruba.it Racing – Ducati Superbike Team riders experienced mixed emotions at Phillip Island on Sunday. Chaz Davies was highly satisfied to have collected podium finishes in both races, but naturally disappointed to have missed out on victory.