The Swann Superbike Series has finally hit town

Superbikes move to QR this weekend. Pic:

Superbikes move to QR this weekend. Pic: Steve Thibou

The show has arrived! That’s right, the highly anticipated round three of the Australasian Superbike Series is finally here.

The trucks have parked up, and bikes have been wheeled out. The pits are already full of teams, riders and mechanics who are busy prepping bikes in preparation for tomorrows racing.

With racing set to kick off at around 9:45am tomorrow morning, you can be sure that the roar of road bike engines is going to be the perfect way to kick off your weekend.

For those making their way to Queensland Raceway in Willow Bank, the popular track will be alive and buzzing with some of the closest racing Australia has seen in years.

Spectators will see the likes of local favorites Mike Jones and Robbie Bugden, battling it out in the talent packed Superbike class with their home crowds behind them, which is sure to make for some loud supporters!

As well as the local stars, spectators will be in for a real treat when the interstate competitors challenge the Queensland locals, in a state of origin style battle that’s tipped to get chins wagging.

Not only will there be action from the track though, even if you can’t physically make it to the race, we have got you covered. The Swann Superbike Series will be broadcast live online and you can catch all the action from the comfort of your home via www.motorsportstv.com.au

The Swann Superbike Series is the biggest and freshest road racing championship in Australia, full of the most talented and professional racers in the industry. This is an event not to be missed.

Make sure you get down to Queensland Raceway, tomorrow June 28 and Sunday June 29, to witness what is set to be another action packed weekend of racing!

For more information and to stay up to date with all things Swann Insurance Australasian Superbike Series, head to www.fxsuperbikes.com.au

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