ASBK In Tasmania Cancelled For 2022

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The ASBK Management Team say they wish to advise teams and fans of the cancellation of the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul Round 6, scheduled to be held at Symmons Plains Raceway, Tasmania after the WorldSBK finale was announced for Phillip Island…

The cancellation is required due to a newly occurring national motorsport calendar shake-up affecting the Tasmanian round, including the announcement of WorldSBK returning to Phillip Island in November.
The cancellation is required due to a newly occurring national motorsport calendar shake-up affecting the Tasmanian round, including the announcement of WorldSBK returning to Phillip Island in November.

The cancellation is required due to a newly occurring national motorsport calendar shake-up affecting the Tasmanian round, including the announcement of WorldSBK returning to Phillip Island in November and a further International event landing on the weekend concerned.  Additional complications include the recent late decision of Supercars to conduct the Adelaide 500 race in December, requiring a review of the backend of 2022.    

All of these recent changes occurring outside of ASBK or Motorcycling Australia’s control; unfortunate news for the Championship and its riders and fans alike. The ASBK Management Team say they wish to thank the Tasmanian Government for their continuing support and we look forward to the opportunity of returning in the future.

They news broke after ASBK only recently announced the series' return to Tasmania...
They news broke after ASBK only recently announced the series’ return to Tasmania…

They also took the opportunity to apologise to ASBK Teams, Riders & Fans for any inconvenience caused by the required decision. We are looking forward to ASBK Round 3 at Wakefield Park Raceway, Goulburn NSW on 22 – 24 April!

 

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