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Long live a weekend of motorcycles and mates.

The Phillip Island race track is a sacred place for any fan of two wheels. Where epic turns are cast against a stunning backdrop. World class athletes race against gravity where mates now unite at the track and on the journey that leads them there. The 2015 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is a pilgrimage to the place motorcycles belong. This is The Ride Home.

Getting to Phillip Island has never been easier. So grab your mates and get organised. Wherever you’re travelling from, we have packages made just for you. Pitch a tent, rent a house or take the ‘no brainer’ option with a coach transfer from Fed square. Also, depending on how you like to take in the action there are a range of tickets too. General admission lets you roam free, soaking up the atmosphere. Grandstand ensures a good spot and an awesome view. Or if you fancy meeting some motorcycle legends and getting behind the scenes, check out our VIP tickets.

If you love bikes, you know you’re up for this. Begin your Ride Home today.

Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix – Past Winners (1989 - present)
26 years of World Championship racing in Australia
Year Track Winner Bike Time
1989 Phillip Island Aussie FlagWayne Gardner Rothmans Honda 48:15.940
1990 Phillip Island Aussie FlagWayne Gardner Rothmans Honda 47:45.053
1991 Eastern Creek USA FlagWayne Rainey Marlboro Yamaha 49:14.411
1992 Eastern Creek Aussie FlagMichael Doohan Rothmans Honda 46:04.276
1993 Eastern Creek USA Flag Kevin Schwantz Lucky Strike Suzuki 46:21.885
1994 Eastern Creek USA Flag John Kocinski Cagiva 44:37.026
1995 Eastern Creek Aussie FlagMichael Doohan Repsol Honda HRC 46:06.030
1996 Eastern Creek Italy Flag Loris Capirossi Marlboro Yamaha 45:47.858
1997 Phillip Island Spain Flag Àlex Crivillé Repsol Honda HRC 42:53.362
1998 Phillip Island Aussie FlagMichael Doohan Repsol Honda HRC 42:42.511
1999 Phillip Island Japan Flag Tadayuki Okada Repsol Honda HRC 42:09.271
2000 Phillip Island Italy Flag Max Biaggi Marlboro Yamaha 42:29.792
2001 Phillip Island Italy Flag Valentino Rossi Nastro Azzurro Honda 42'22.383
2002 Phillip Island Italy Flag Valentino Rossi Repsol Honda HRC 42:02.041
2003 Phillip Island Italy Flag Valentino Rossi Repsol Honda HRC 41:53.543
2004 Phillip Island Italy Flag Valentino Rossi Gauloises Yamaha 41:25.819
2005 Phillip Island Italy Flag Valentino Rossi Gauloises Yamaha 41:08.542
2006 Phillip Island Italy Flag Marco Melandri Fortuna Honda 44:15.621
2007 Phillip Island Aussie Flag Casey Stoner Ducati 41:12.244
2008 Phillip Island Aussie Flag Casey Stoner Ducati 40:56.643
2009 Phillip Island Aussie Flag Casey Stoner Ducati 40:56.651
2010 Phillip Island Aussie FlagCasey Stoner Ducati 41:09.128
2011 Phillip Island Aussie Flag Casey Stoner Repsol Honda HRC 42:02.425
2012 Phillip Island Aussie Flag Casey Stoner Repsol Honda HRC 41:01.324
2013 Phillip Island Spain Flag Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Factory Racing 29:07.155 (19 laps)
2014 Phillip Island Italy Flag Valentino Rossi Yamaha Factory Racing 40:46.405
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Motorcycling Australia (MA) is one of Australia’s largest rider organisations, with more than 26,000 members. For more than 80 years, it has been the governing body of motorcycle sport in Australia. Since 2005, MA has accepted non-racing motorcyclists to its membership in the Riders' Division.

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Mick Doohan loved Phillip Island, and he was by no means alone among the riders.

With its combination of fast straights, over 300 km/h on Gardner, going into Doohan Corner at Turn One and sweeping corners, plus such technicalities as two first-gear right-handers, the Island circuit's four-and-a-half kilometres have a touch of everything.

What the world's other tracks don't have, though, is the spectacular Bass Strait backdrop against which the world's best riders make an awesome sight as they soar over Southern Loop as they make their way up to Lukey Heights.

Phillip Island is the place to be in October.

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