25-27 October
Phillip Island

Supersport 300 Support Class

The Supersport 300 support class is back for more action at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2018.

Exciting and close racing is guaranteed in the Supersport 300 support class, with MotoGP™ fans set to experience plenty of thrills over three races.

The Supersport 300 support class provides a fantastic platform for up-and-coming riders to gain valuable experience and perform on the challenging Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit on an international stage.

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

2018 Supersport 300 Information

2018 Supersport 300 Entry List

No. Name State Make
13 Andrew Hannan VIC Yamaha
16 Josh Noden VIC Kawasaki
17 Zane Ford NSW Yamaha
20 Hunter Ford NSW Yamaha
22 Keegan Pickering NSW Yamaha
24 Benjamin Bramich VIC Yamaha
25 Luke Jhonston NSW Yamaha
32 Dylan Whiteside VIC Kawasaki
44 Tony Sims NSW Kawasaki
49 Samuel Hopner ACT Yamaha
50 Callum Spriggs QLD Kawasaki
57 Seth Crump QLD KTM
58 Mitchell Kuhne QLD Yamaha
68 Luke Power VIC Yamaha
73 John Mazeldene VIC Yamaha
81 Chris Panayi VIC KTM
86 Oliver Bayliss QLD Kawasaki
87 Zachary Levy QLD Yamaha
88 Joseph Mariniello VIC Yamaha
95 Matthew Rindel VIC Yamaha
98 Kai Cummins NSW KTM
100 Jeremy Czmok VIC KTM
131 Adam Cox QLD KTM
135 Lionel Bennett NSW Yamaha
151 Lachlan Taylor QLD Yamaha
240 Cooper Corbett VIC Kawasaki
369 Jason Dlugosz NSW Kawasaki

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