News 24 Nov 2023

Sydney to host ASBK round under lights again in 2024

Two-day event to be held between 22-23 March.

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Round two of the 2024 Mi-Bike Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) will be under lights again as Sydney Motorsport Park (SMSP) features on the calendar once more with a two-day event.

The first-ever ASBK races at night were contested at SMSP this year, and the popular 3.93km circuit returns next year between 22-23 March with a mix of track action during the day, and after the sun sets.

“The return of ASBK to Sydney Motorsport Park earlier this year for the first time since 2019 was cause enough for celebration, but to see it happen under lights was simply magnificent,” said Motorcycling Australia CEO Peter Doyle.

“The response from all the ASBK stakeholders was positive across the board, so it goes without saying that we’re delighted to be backing up again with the ASBK Night Race in 2024.

“I also thank Destination NSW for all its insight and support into making the event happen, and I’m sure we’ll again see visitors from all parts of the country witnessing the riders putting on a show which won’t disappoint. This is an event not to be missed.”

SMSP marks the second event of the 2024 calendar to be announced, with round one of next year’s season taking place at Phillip Island alongside the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) on 23-25 February.