Dunlop Signs to Support Supersport 300 in 2022

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The mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul (ASBK) say they are pleased to announce that Dunlop has re-affirmed their support of the Supersport 300 class by once again signing on as the class sponsor for the 2022 season. 

The Dunlop Supersport 300 Championship is rightly considered as both an important step in the development of young riders and fantastic and exciting class in its own right. 
The Dunlop Supersport 300 Championship is rightly considered as both an important step in the development of young riders and fantastic and exciting class in its own right.

Dunlop National Motorcycle & Motorsport Manager Robbie Bugden: “The closeness and excitement of the racing in the Dunlop Supersport 300 Championship is well known. Racing plays a big part in the development of our tyre technology for the public, but more than that, we believe in the spirit of competition, and nothing embodies that quite like motorcycle racing.” 

Motorcycling Australia (MA) CEO Peter Doyle: “It’s extremely gratifying to see Dunlop’s continued support of ASBK. The Dunlop Supersport 300 Championship has become renowned for producing some of the closest and most exciting racing on the ASBK program. The emphasis on race craft, combined with its accessibility to junior competitors, has made Supersport 300 a very attractive category for young, up-and-coming riders.” 

Motorcycling Australia (MA) CEO Peter Doyle: “It’s extremely gratifying to see Dunlop’s continued support of ASBK.
Motorcycling Australia (MA) CEO Peter Doyle: “It’s extremely gratifying to see Dunlop’s continued support of ASBK.

For more information on Dunlop’s range of motorcycle tyres go to http://www.dunloptyres.com.au/tyres/motorcycle-tyres/


2022 ASBK Calendar

  • Round 1 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, VIC 25 – 27 February SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, SBK Masters
  • Round 2 Queensland Raceway, Ipswich QLD 18 – 20 March SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, Sidecars
  • Round 3 Wakefield Park Raceway, Goulburn NSW 22 – 24 April SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, Sidecars
  • Round 4 Hidden Valley Raceway, Darwin NT 17 – 19 June * With Supercars – SBK Only
  • Round 5 Morgan Park Raceway, Warwick QLD 5 – 7 August SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC
  • Round 6 Symmons Plains Raceway – Launceston TAS 20 – 23 October SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup
  • Round 7 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Cowes VIC TBA – November TBC
  • Round 8 The Bend Motorsport Park, Tailem Bend SA 2 – 4 December SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC
  • ASBK Night of Champions Dinner – The Bend 4 December

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