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Superbikes Reset 2021 Calendar

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Posted on August 12, 2021

Images courtesy ASBK/Optikal and Russell Colvin

ASBK Back on Track in October

Junior Champs Postponed

The Australian Superbikes Championship resumes October 15-17 at Goulburn’s Wakefield Park Raceway, in NSW, with the first of five events to complete the 2021 series.

With the current State Government border restrictions and lockdowns across the nation causing the postponement to the championship, the ASBK Management Team has refocused its efforts to ensure racing can resume as soon as practical.

Targeted Plan to Return to Racing

The 2021 mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, now consists of a new date for The Bend Motorsport Park and a realignment of other rounds to ensure the championship has the best possible chance to conduct the maximum rounds in 2021 for the riders, teams and fans of ASBK.

The mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, calendar will see the Championship next fire into action at the fan favourite circuit of Wakefield Park Raceway, Goulburn, NSW, for Round 5 on October 15-17.

The Alpinestars Superbike class then heads south for Round 6, joining alongside the Supercars for the all new Bass Coast Festival Of Motorsport at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, October 22-24 – which was to be the MotoGP weekend and now will feature ASBK action.

Four-Day Spectacle at The Bend

For the first time, The Bend Motorsport Park in South Australia features all ASBK classes in a huge four-day event of spectacular racing action for Rounds 7 and 8, November 11-14.

The Alpinestars Superbikes conduct a single round format (Round 8) over 3 races conducted on Saturday and Sunday. Whilst all other ASBK classes race a double-header format (Round 7 & 8) – also racing both Saturday and Sunday.

The event is shaping as a real feast for motorcycle fans which will include the Superbike Masters and both on-track and off-track activities and displays for race fans.   

Round 9 – the Grand Finale of the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul – will see riders battle it out at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, December 3-5, to see who will be crowned the 2021 ASBK Champions in all five classes.

What if Border Closures Force Delays?

Should ongoing State Border restrictions cause continued delays which prevent ASBK rounds in October, the Alpinestars Superbikes will join other classes with a full double-header of rounds 7 & 8 at The Bend Motorsport Park in November.

The ASBK Management Team thanks riders, teams and fans for their understanding at this difficult time and can be assured that we are aiming to provide the best opportunity for riders to race at the maximum number of rounds possible.

The ASBK Management Team appreciates this announcement today may cause inconvenience for teams and fans, but “these necessary decisions in the current environment are required to ensure the ASBK Championship can proceed when practical”.

ASBK Championship Calendar

 Round 5 – Wakefield Park Raceway, NSW October 15 – 17

Round 6 – Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, VIC (SBK Only 2+4 with Supercars) October 22 – 24

Round 7 & 8 – The Bend Motorsport Park, SA November 11 – 14* (Double Header Round) *Except SBK who will have a single round x3 races = 1x Race Saturday and 2x Sunday)

Round 9 – Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, VIC December 3 – 5

Note: If Wakefield or Phillip Island 2+4 rounds are cancelled then The Bend becomes Double Header for SBK class with 2x Saturday races (Round 7) & 2x Sunday races (Round 8) activated.

Check Out ASBK Links

Keep up to date with the latest news on the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul via and following ASBK on Facebook and Instagram. You can also join the ASBK mailing list at

2021 Australian Junior Track Championship Postponed

The Gunnedah Motorcycle Club has been forced due to COVID-19 border closures and restrictions to postpone the 2021 Australian Junior Track Championship.

The championship was slated to be held September 17 and 18, however with current border restrictions and their impact on riders and family’s ability to attend the Championship, the tough decision has been made to postpone the two-day championship.

The Gunnedah Motorcycle Club and Motorcycling Australia currently are working together to find an alternative date to allow the Championship to run, with further information to follow in coming days.


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