Second outing at the venue taking place between 7-8 September next year.
Round five of the 2024 Mi-Bike Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) will take place at Phillip Island in a two-day event between 7-8 September.
The standalone round will feature the Superbike, Supersport, Supersport 300 and Superbike Masters classes taking to ‘The Island’ in a unique two-day format.
“On a personal level my association with the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit goes back five decades, but it’s a place that I look forward to visiting every year because it never fails to produce brilliant racing,” said Motorcycling Australia CEO Peter Doyle.
“The growth of ASBK over the last decade has been profound, with circuits like Phillip Island showcasing, in the most dynamic fashion, the superstars of Australian superbikes. We look forward to returning not once, but twice in 2024.”
The iconic 4.448km circuit will feature twice in the 2024 season, with the venue to host round one alongside the Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) between 24-26 February. From there, round two is Sydney Motorsport Park (SMSP), under lights once more between 22-23 March, with Queensland Raceway (April 26-28) hosting the third stop of the season, before the fourth round at Morgan Park between 12-14 July.