2021 AUSTRALIAN SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP

ROUND 2 – Winton Motor Raceway

March 12-14

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  • WARNING

    WARNING: Motor Racing is DANGEROUS – all persons attending do so entirely at their own risk. It is a condition of entry that all persons having any connections with the promotion &/or conduct of the meeting, including the owners of the land, & the riders & owners of vehicles & passengers in the vehicles, are absolved from liability arising out of accidents causing damage or personal injury to spectators or ticket holders except where due care & skill has not been exercised.

  • TICKET DETAILS
    • All tickets include access to the Pit Paddock
    • Online tickets can be purchased – click here

    Friday

    Friday ONLY

    • Adult Online: $10:00
    • Concession Online: $$5:00 (proof of military, carer, student or pension/aged card required at gate)
    • Children: $Free (1yr to 15yrs)

    SUNDAY

    Sunday ONLY

    • Adult Online: $35:00
    • Concession Online: $30:00 (proof of military, carer, student or pension/aged card required at gate)
    • Children: $5:00 (1yr to 15yrs)

    SATURDAY

    Saturday ONLY

    • Adult Online: $35:00
    • Concession Online: $30:00 (proof of military, carer, student or pension/aged card required at gate)
    • Children: $5:00 (1yr to 15yrs)

    3 Day Pass

    FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY

    • Adult Online: $50:00
    • Concession Online: $45:00 (proof of military, carer, student or pension/aged card required at gate)
    • Children: $10:00 (1yr to 15yrs)
  • PIT LANE WALK DETAILS
  • CAMPING DETAILS

    No camping available

  • ALCOHOL POLICY

    To be confirmed

  • HOURS

    Friday – Sunday

    8:30 AM – 5:30 PM

  • MERCHANDISE

    CLICK HERE to purchase the new ASBK Merchandise range!

  • SPECTATOR VIEWING AREAS

    The best viewing is from Turn Two under the commentary tower and through Turns Six to Nine at the back of the venue.

  • AUTOGRAPH SIGNINGS
  • TRADE ALLEY
  • bLU cRU Mini Moto Come n Try

Located two hours North of Melbourne in rural Victoria, Winton Motor Raceway was first operational in 1959. Built by the Benella Auto Club the circuit is geographically the flattest venue on the ASBK calendar, its stop and go layout following traditional car circuit formula. In 1997 the club added a one kilometre extension which only cemented the flavour.

Ironically, however, despite the clear car influence in the design Winton Motor Raceway is extremely popular with motorcyclists and motorcycle race fans. The layout plays well into the hand of any rider who is a demon under breaks and rides a bike that offers good braking stability and turn in.

Resurfaced at the beginning of 2016 the move eliminated most of the bumps and now provide vastly improved grip. This additional abrasion has provided riders with a lot more confidence, however the more abrasive surface has also increased tyre degradation. With this in mind it is critical to ensure the character of the rear shock handles the transition from breaking to power efficiently over race distance. The race is won by a fast and smooth rider who conserves tyres.

The one area that lends itself to beautifully to bikes is the sequence of turns through from Turn Five to Eight, a combination of the only fast flowing left sweeper and right left switchbacks. From Turn Four you’ll often see riders setting up a pass leading to a Turn Seven pass under brakes.

Turn 10, 11 and Turn one all offer passing opportunities for those brave on the brakes.

The best viewing is from Turn Two under the commentary tower and through Turns Six to Nine at the back of the venue.

ROUND 2

12-14 MARCH

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Winton Motor Raceway

THE CIRCUIT

Length: 3 Km

Corners: 12

Address: 41 Fox St, Winton VIC 367

Lap record: View All
Superbike: Wayne Maxwell (2018) – Yamaha YZF-R1 – 1:20.437

Supersport: Ted Collins 2017) – Suzuki GSX-R600 – 1:22.806

Supersport 300: Hunter Ford (2018) – Yamaha YZF-R3 – 1:31.433