Opening deals on tickets offer scorchingly low prices and big reductions on gate prices. Grab a three-day General Admission pass at $115** per adult, with access to Free Paddock Friday and the rider autograph session, plus three big days of on-track racing. To make it even more affordable, kids 15 and under get in the gate – and camp – for free at world superbikes.
Want to step up a notch and enjoy the reserved viewing options and convenience of BarSBK? Booked only in advance and just $250** for three days, BarSBK holders have access to three prime, undercover viewing locations at Doohan Corner, Siberia and Lukey Heights.
Book now at www.worldsbk.com.au or ring the ticket hotline today on 1300 728 007.
If you love racing, a visit to world superbikes at the Australia’s world motorcycling mecca, the Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit, should be on your bucket list.
With six months to plan till next February, there’s no excuses, so grab your mates and map out a summer weekend getaway for a superbike island scorcher.
Australia’s much loved circuit, sits on the edge of Bass Strait, and is just two hours south of Melbourne. The 4.445km track boasts sweeping corners, the high speed Gardner straight where bikes hit over 300 kph as they take the turn into Doohan Corner, and iconic turns like Siberia and Stoner Corner and the ascent over Lukey Heights.
“We have people the world over that come to Phillip Island to watch the racing and for Australians it is right here, just on your back door,”
“We know with world supers, the racing is scorchingly fast and intense, with many fierce battles.
“And one of the best things for bike owners, is that you can bring your bike right into the circuit and move to each viewing location, park up, relax and enjoy every twist and turn.”
Said Fergus Cameron, circuit managing director.
The 2016 event is destined to be a Phillip Island scorcher, with the Kawasaki duo of Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes set to be on updated ZX-10Rs, Ducati now back to the peak of its powers with tough-as-nails Briton Chaz Davies, Leon Haslam back on an Aprilia, and Honda powering former world champion Sylvain Guintoli and up and coming Dutchman, Michael van der Mark.
Throw in riders like Alex Lowes, Jordi Torres and a fully fit Davide Giugliano, and it’s a recipe for another island speed spectacular.
Backing world superbike will be the world supersport boys kicking off their 2016 campaigns plus Australia’s leading road racing classes.
Phillip Island is revamping their campground to include powered sites and the new layout means Go Karts will operate all world superbike weekend for some extra fun.
On track camping is priced at $100 per person for four nights, and kids under 15 are free making it a super-affordable family getaway. Alternatively, for hotel and rental house accommodation, visit visitbasscoast.com.au
Tickets and camping are available from today at www.worldsbk.com.au or ring the ticket hotline on 1300 728 007.
*Subject to FIM Ratification
**Pre gate price for General Admission closes on Wednesday February 24 at 4pm. At gate price is $150 for three days.
**BARSBK must be booked in advance and closes Wednesday February 24 at 4pm.