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May 29th closing date for Round 2 Weld West State Road Racing Championships entries
19th June Friday Tuning2 solo groups full day (A/B fast C and CDN) HALF DAY Production 250/300 (pending numbers) HALF DAY sidecars (pending numbers) Book Online
21st June Sunday Round 2 Weld West State Road Racing Championship at Barbagallo Race way
11th July Saturday Tuning DayTuning Day A, B & fast C 600cc+ C, D & Novice 600cc+ 125GP, 250/300 Production half day AM ONLY Sidecar half day PM ONLY Book Online
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New naming rights sponsor for the 2015 ASBK Championship
Motorcycling Australia (MA) has announced that the 2015 Australian Superbike Championship will now be known as the
‘2015 Yamaha Motor Finance ASBK Championship’.
Steve Martin to spearhead ASBK TV coverage
Rd 1. WSBK Phillip Island Vic
Rd 2. Morgan Park QLD
Rd 3. Wanneroo WA
Rd 4. Symmons Plains Tas
Rd 5. Phillip Island Vic
ASBK Entries Available Online
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Wanneroo Mayor hails ASBK visit
Wanneroo Mayor hails ASBK visit WA ROUND A HUGE SUCCESS FOR THE LOCAL COMMUNITY
City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts has lauded the third round of the 2015 Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul Pirelli as a huge success.
The round was held at Barbagallo Raceway in Wanneroo, and Roberts said that the support given to and from the local community combined to make the event a winner for everyone involved.
Speaking at the track on Sunday, Roberts admitted that the event was a coup for her city.
“For events like this to be here it is wonderful for the local community because there is great economical development support,” she said. “The City of Wanneroo is the fastest growing local authority in Western Australia so we really embrace and encourage events like this in our city. “You have people coming into the area, people actually spending money in the local area, and it gives the people in the community something to do - to come out and have a look. “It was 2006 I think when the event was last here so it’s great, and we need it more often and more regularly - we’d love to be able to put it on our annual event calendar.”
Roberts admitted that motorcycling plays an important role in the City of Wanneroo, with clubs in the area facilitating Road Racing (including Historic), Motocross, Enduro, Trials, Quads and Supermoto.
“It’s a great facility for our growing community – the median age in the City of Wanneroo is 32 which is young families. “To actually get to understand, get a good feel and be educated from a bikes perspective about how to handle yourself on a bike, and get the good values of usage on a bike and also the awareness of what could go wrong – that’s absolutely invaluable from a safety perspective. “So in terms of safety and education it is very very important to our community – it is wonderful to see so many local riders involved here, and such a great level of support from the community.”
The Mayor even took time to get on the back of a bike – being led on a five-lap pillion ride of the track by Australian World Endurance Champion, Steve Martin.
“Wow – the ride was just amazing – it truly was the best experience. I was very nervous right from the outset, and you get the boots and gear on and I felt like I was 22! “When you flip the visor down you get a bit nervous and then you dig your feet in, tuck your bum in, and then you are off. “As soon as you think, this is pretty good, the warm up is over and he cranks it up to 240km/h, and it was just brilliant.”
To catch up on everything that happened at the third round of the championship in WA, head to the ASBK website
MAY 22 - 23 - 24
The Motorcycle Racing Club WA hosted the
YMF AUSTRALIAN SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIPS
at Barbagallo Raceway Wanneroo
22nd to 24th May 2015
SUPERBIKES/SUPERSPORT/MOTO3/125GP 250/300PRODUCTION/ CLUB CHALLENGE
Results from the weekend
Boujos comes up trumps in Production class
LOCAL RIDER TAKES THE SPOILS IN TIGHTEST CLASS OF THE WEEKEND
Local rider Tim Boujos (JB Racing) has won the overall honours on a count-back in the 300cc Production class at the third round of the 2015 Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul Pirelli.
Rob Wasley (VRT Signs) and Ray Tschorn took the overall honours in the Club Challenge 1000cc and 600cc classes at the third round of the 2015 Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul Pirelli.
Elliott unstoppable in WA
Brayden Elliott (Brayden Elliott Racing) has continued his brilliant form on the bike, sweeping the Yamaha Supersport class at the third round of the 2015 Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul Pirelli.
Mike Jones (Australian Outdoor Living Cube Racing Team) has again stamped his authority on the Superbike class at the third round of the 2015 Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul Pirelli.
Wilson and Boujos with surprise Saturday wins
Racetrix rider Daniel Wilson and local rider Tim Boujos (JB Racing) claimed surprise wins on Saturday in the Honda Moto 3 / 125GP and Production
Experience gives Houghton the edge in WA
K1 Racing’s Brian Houghton has proven that age is no barrier, as he took the overall honours in the Honda Moto 3 / 125GP class at the third round of the 2015 Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul Pirelli.
Well, what a weekend and week it has been, culminating in a fantastic round of the YMF Australian Superbike Championships here at our home track Barbagallo, and it all comes down to all the club volunteers.
You are an amazing group of people willing to support your Club and sport that we all love, whether it be for 4 days, 3 days or one or two. There was always someone available to help out. Not all jobs were for the glory but they had to be done and everyone carried them out with professionalism and enthusiasm.
On behalf MCRCWA President Paul Castling, the ASBK Management Team and Motorcycling Australia well done and please take a pat on the back.
Flag Marshal of the Year Darryl McCallum
Becoming a motorcycle road racing official/Flaggie is the best way of getting close to the action without being in the driver’s seat. Volunteer officials are a vital part of motorcycle racing and without them the sport could not function. Officials ensure that events are conducted safely, fairly and that the rules and regulations are upheld. A large number of officials with various skills are required to perform a wide range of tasks at race meeting throughout the race season. Who can become an Motorcycle Racing Club race day official? Anyone with an interest in the sport. Some age restrictions may apply, and there are different responsibilities for different levels of officials, but numerous opportunities are available to match your interests whilst learning new skills and meeting people.
FREE entry, on the spot training, high viz vest, hat/sunscreen/gloves, lunch and refreshments, end of day vouchers and raffle prizes plus the camaraderie of like minded people.
Darryl McCallum, 2014 Flag Marshall of the Year, had this to say ....
New Club Merchandise for 2015
Have you seen our latest Club Merchandise?
New men's polo shirts in great colours
Ladies vest and jackets in various colours
Ask about having your race number embroided on your purchase!!
Limited numbers so get in quick!!
Check out the range here!
Volunteer Officials - Accreditation Courses
Motorcycling, like most sports, relies heavily on the input of volunteers to ensure that race meetings and events continue to run efficiently.
One of the best ways to get up close to the action is to get involved as a volunteer official.
Motorcycling WA hold regular Accreditation courses for any interested volunteer officials.
Level 1 is a 3 hour course held mostly weeknights but also some weekends.
All info can be found at www.motorcyclingwa.org.au register on line