News 28 Nov 2023

Queensland Raceway announced for 2024 ASBK

To host round three of the season between 26-28 April.

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The next part of the 2024 Mi-Bike Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) has been announced, with the series to head to Queensland Raceway again for round three between 26-28 April.

The 3.126km circuit returned to the national Superbike calendar in 2022, and has undergone a wide range of upgrades over recent years which have focused on improving spectator amenities, pit infrastructure and corporate facilities.

“I’m in absolute admiration of the time, effort and money that has been invested into Queensland Raceway over the last few years by Tony Quinn and his team,” said Motorcycling Australia CEO Peter Doyle.

“The benefits for all stakeholders are obvious, and it’s a venue that not only showcases the very best of the ASBK Championship with superb racing but has a tremendous buzz about it that keeps people coming back.”

‘QR’ marks the third venue to be announced for next season, with round one to take place at Phillip Island alongside the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) opener on 23-25 February, followed by a two-day round two at Sydney Motorsport Park between 22-23 March which will feature action under lights.