Cover the most prestigious road racing championship in Australia, the Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul Pirelli (ASBK). The championship heads to the iconic Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit and its set to be a weekend to remember. All media types are invited to attend October 12 – 14 with access track side, to the pits and to the flood of race professionals.
With the Championship reaching the final round, there will be plenty of interest to see who can master ‘The Island’ and take out the last race wins on offer for season 2018.
There will be six classes battling it out on track, including YMI Superbike, Kawasaki Supersport, Australian Supersport 300, YMF R3 Cup, F1 and F2 Sidecars and the historic ‘Superbike Masters’.
On top of fierce rivalries and action-packed racing across a number of classes, the ASBK brings with it, factory trucks, ‘money can’t buy’ fan experiences, as well as injecting the local economy with significant revenue, and producing Australian Champions.
Whether it’s filming superbikes in action, interviewing star riders, taking photography, an in-depth look behind the scenes or visiting the pits, it’s all there for media to cover. Catch a glimpse of Australia’s most exciting Superbike championship by simply following the media accreditation process below.
Member of the Press?
Please submit your application by visiting asbk.com.au and filling out the accreditation details.
Members of the press are also advised to list the prospective rounds they are planning on attending, on the media accreditation application.
Round 7 of ASBK will take place October 12-14.
Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. Back Beach Rd, Phillip Island VIC 3922
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Remaining 2018 ASBK Calendar Rounds
Round 7- Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, VIC October 12 – 14