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Nathan Spiteri Calls Time on Racing Career- Team Set To Continue in ’23

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Nathan Spiteri has announced his retirement from the Australian Superbike Championship, effective from Sunday night when he completes Season 2022 at The Bend Motorsport Park.

The Livson Racing rider will call time on his Australian Superbike Championship career after eight years, but plans to run a team with a new rider in season 2023.

After a successful superbike campaign riding in over 27 Australian Superbike Championship rounds, the veteran will finish his national racing career with over 55 ASBK race starts to his name.

Nathan Spiteri: “It has been an amazing time in my life riding in the ASBK championship, each year in ASBK I have grown as a rider and met some amazing people. Everyone at Livson Racing has devoted a lot of energy and commitment into this team over the years. I am especially thankful to everyone who has had a role to play in the last decade of racing at this level, especially my family!”

Spiteri who has not ruled out a possible return to racing at state level in 2023 and beyond, will continue as Livson Racing team owner for the mi-bike Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul 2023 season.

“I am very proud of the team we have built. We are looking forward the next chapter with a new rider for 2023 and working hard to be competitive and fighting up the front in the Australian Championship in the years to come!”

Spiteri’s last race will be at the Grand Finale round of ASBK at the Bend Motorsport Park on the 25th of November.

The number 78 will be joined by Australian Moto3 World Championship rider Joel Kelso who is set to make his superbike debut riding for Livson Racing.


Australian Superbike Championship Phillip Island Circuit, Ventnor, Australia. 28 January, 2022. Nathan Spiteri Credit: Karl Phillipson/Optikal/


Nathan Spiteri. Australian Superbike Championship, Phillip Island Circuit, Melbourne, Australia. 27 January, 2022 Credit: Karl Phillipson / Optikal