25-27 October
Phillip Island

Superbikes Support Class

The elite class in Australian road racing, Superbikes will be storming Phillip Island to complement the premier international classes at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2018.

A firm fan favourite and guaranteed to put on a spectacular show, the best teams and riders from Australia's premium national category will be competing in four races across the event.

Click here for the Supplementary Regulations for the National Support Races at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2018.

2018 Superbikes Information

2018 Superbikes Entry List

No. Name State Make
1 Troy Herfoss QLD Honda
7 Travis Hardy VIC Kawasaki
11 Philip Czaj VIC Aprillia
14 Glenn Allerton NSW BMW
19 Richard Hewson VIC Yamaha
20 Alexander Phillis VIC Suzuki
21 Troy Bayliss QLD Ducati
22 Corey Forde NSW Honda
23 Gerard Herdman VIC Honda
25 Stephen Rossini NSW Ducati
30 Mark Chiodo VIC Suzuki
33 Hamish McMurray NSW Kawasaki
34 Justin Vella VIC Kawasaki
41 Brian Kozan VIC BMW
42 Max Croker NSW Suzuki
71 Mark Fletcher VIC BMW
73 Regan Yeates VIC Yamaha
82 Jake Drew VIC Yamaha
113 Dennis Bech VIC Yamaha
133 Jayson Porter VIC Ducati
198 Aleksandar Savin VIC  
217 Craig Brewster VIC Honda
247 Luke Stephens VIC Kawasaki
333 Yannis Shaw NSW Kawasaki
404 Con Kokkoris NSW Ducati
686 Tracey Davies VIC Ducati

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