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Australian Superbikes set to supercharge local tourism and economy

Get ready for three days of adrenaline-fueled road racing action as the nation’s top racing talent descend upon Warwick’s Morgan Park Raceway from 12 to 14 July for Round 4 of the 2024 mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul (ASBK).

Proudly supported by Southern Downs Regional Council, the national competition attracts thousands of fans and spectators to the region, representing a significant financial boost to the economy.

Motorcycling Australia CEO Peter Doyle said ASBK competitors and fans have always loved coming to Morgan Park.

“We are delighted to be returning to Morgan Park Raceway in 2024, on a circuit which has always been one of the most exciting on the ASBK calendar for producing highly entertaining battles, from the premier Superbike class right through to the stars of tomorrow in the Oceania Junior Cup,” Mr Doyle said.

“And with the recent on- and off-track upgrades, Morgan Park Raceway has further cemented itself as a staple on the ASBK calendar.

“It’s going to be another superb round of ASBK action from July 12-14, and I’d like to thank Southern Downs Regional Council for its massive support.”

Southern Downs Mayor Melissa Hamilton emphasised the positive impact of hosting the Championship on the region’s economy and tourism sector.

“The Australian Superbike Championship is a premier event on the racing calendar, and its popular following is set to attract thousands of visitors to our region,” Mayor Hamilton said.

The Southern Downs and Granite region is home to some of the most picturesque places in the country with lots to see and do

“Warwick’s status as the Horsepower Capital of Australia will take front and centre stage during the Championship, reinforcing our region’s reputation as a top destination for major sporting events.

“The influx of race fans from across the country will provide a significant boost to our local businesses and tourism, benefiting the entire community.

“Hosting an event of this magnitude not only showcases our beautiful region and country hospitality but also paves the way for future tourism opportunities.”

Round four of the Championship will feature the Alpinestars Superbike, Michelin Supersport, RACE AND ROAD Supersport 300, ShopYamaha R3 Cup and bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup classes across three-action-packed days of practice, qualifying and racing.

As well as the non-stop action around the 2.967km layout, the event will feature loads of off-track activities to entertain the family including pit walks, ‘Mini Moto come and try’ sessions, ASBK Trade Alley and the chance to meet your favourite ASBK rider with autograph sessions throughout the weekend.

For all information relating to the Morgan Park round, visit the webpage here or purchase your tickets.