Motorcycle Racing Club of WA 
Promoters of Modern Motorcycle Racing & RidedaysWA Courses in Western Australia

In an exciting announcement ahead of the presents Round 7 of the Yamaha Motor Finance Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, ASBK will now feature four nail biting hours of Live free-to-air coverage on SBS.


Thanks to the Support of ASBK TV Broadcast partners – AVE and SBS, in addition to witnessing multiple classes go down to the wire, race fans will be able to watch both YMI Superbike races on television.

Fans will be treated to plenty of action on and off the track this race weekend, however for the multitude of fans both domestically and internationally who can’t be at Phillip Island, ASBK has provided them with the best opportunity to keep up to speed with everything happening on October 8. With the epic conclusion of 2017 ASBK set to kick-off this weekend at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, there could be no better time to extend ASBK’s SBS coverage to a full four hours.

The broadcast will be televised on free-to-air Channel SBS for the opening hour 1pm – 2pm and then 2pm – 5pm will be on SBS VICELAND. Both YMI Superbike races will be shown live and in full! During the broadcast, viewers will be reminded to switch over to SBS VICELAND after 2pm. (All times are AEDST)
This year's ASBK has been nothing short of thrilling, and the final round will prove just how competitive the Championship has been so far. No fewer than five classes will be wrapped up in full at the presents Round 7 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, including the YMI Superbike, Hi-Tec Batteries Supersport 300 ‘Over’, YMF R3 Cup, Moto 3 / 125, and Australian Sidecar Championship.

The four hour coverage via SBS will provide fans and future fans with the perfect opportunity to witness the nation's premier road race, the Australian Superbike Championship. In what has been one of the most exciting seasons for many, many years, fans won’t want to miss any Superbike action from the Island.
This Sunday, if you can’t attend the presents Round 7 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, make sure to tune into SBS and SBS VICELAND for the epic conclusion of the 2017 ASBK Championship.


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