A photo gallery of the Prostock class from the ASBK weekend


In our continuing coverage following the QBE Australian Superbike Championship round at Queensland Raceway we take a look at the Prostock class.


Phil Cjaz on board of the Aprilia was setting great times in his first full Prostock season before an engine issue has possibly ended the season of this small family run team


Sean Condon took race 1 but retired in race 2 – an issue that also meant he missed race 3


Nathan Houterman raced with a clear visor – which must have been difficult given the glare that Queensland Raceway provides


The Prostock teams racing through turns one and two on lap 1 of race 2


Condon would lead race 2 until a couple laps from the end.  It would be Matt Walters, the second bike in line here that would take race 2.  He would also go onto win race 3


Sophie Lovett – the front bike would be on double duty, racing Prostock alongside the 250cc bikes.  Her best Prostock result would be 12th in race 2


Angus Reekie would ride the lone KTM in the field, taking a strong sixth in race 2


Computime have all the results from the race weekend and for more information, please visit www.asbk.com.au

For more coverage of our ASBK round

ASBK gallery

Prostock gallery

Interview with Robbie Bugden

Interview with Glenn Allerton

Preview interview with Hudson Pitt

Photos by Sam Tickell, June 2013

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