2014 FIM Superbike World Championship, QBE Round, Phillip Island, 21 – 23 Feb
Struggling to get your Santa sack packed?
If your sleigh’s looking pretty sparse, a weekend away at the World Superbikes Championship at Australia’s motorcycle mecca, Phillip Island, is the ideal gift for anyone who loves speed or sport.
It’s priced perfectly for Christmas gift giving, at just $99* for a three day general admission ticket for the 2014 Australian round, next February 21-23. As the season opener, get ready for full on production bike mayhem as the world’s top teams unveil their new line-ups, machinery and liveries.
To book go to www.worldsbk.com.au or call the hotline on 1300 728 007.
The great news is that the world supers is bang smack in the heart of a hot Victorian summer. Get set for a weekend of thrilling bike racing at the world’s fastest circuit, long sunny days at the track, a cold beer at the bar and if you feel inclined, camping trackside under the stars at night.
Camping is just $80* for up to four nights, purchased in advance.
So grab yourself a three day ticket for $99*, and throw in camping under the stars for an extra 80 bucks – and that totals just $179* for the perfect weekend away!
Eight manufacturers are on the grid in 2014 – MV Agusta and the American Buell joining Japanese brands Kawasaki, Suzuki, Honda, the German BMW and Italian marques Ducati and Aprilia – making the world supers a production race spectacular truly reflective of the bikes we ride on the road.
Catch the world superbike heroes including Tom Sykes, Marco Melandri, Jonathan Rea and Eugene Laverty, as they throw themselves into the island’s high horsepower heaven from Gardner Straight to Siberia and over the summit at Lukey Heights.
Summer at the Superbikes – the heat is on! Tickets for the 2014 eni FIM Superbike World Championship, QBE Round, Phillip Island, 21 – 23 February are on sale now. For further info go to www.worldsbk.com.au or call the hotline on 1 300 728 007.
*plus processing fee – offers valid till Wednesday February 19 at 2pm AEST.