A photo gallery of the support classes from the ASBK opener


We were at the opening round of the Air-Road Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) and here we have a look at the support categories – the Junior, Moto3/125cc and Production/Formula 400.

There was plenty of action in the Moto3/125 class with Callum Barker and Lachlan Kavney both winning races and crashing in today’s two 10-lap duels. Kavney won the opening race while Barker was first to the flag in Race 2.

Queensland schoolgirl Tayla Relph provided the upset of the day, proving consistency is the key to the top step of the dais.

Relph, who finished the four Moto3/125 races third claimed the overall round win after Lachlan Kavney and Callum Barker both failed to finish races across the weekend.

Craig White stormed to victory in the combined Production /Formula 400 class but it was Western Australia’s Jessica Derrin who took the round win in the 250 Production class.


Crag White (40) & Andrew Lawson


Tom Edwards (971) & Locky Taylor


Ted Collins


Racing into turn 3


Last of the late brakers


Matt Barton


Sarah Fairbrother (14) & Ben Leonard


Lilish Ross


Melanie Crockford (59) & Chris Gallagher


Andrew Lawson leads the pack


Andrew Lawson (399) & Craig White


Andrew Lawson (front) & Craig White


Jessica Derrin (93), Grant Jordon (236) & Melanie Crockford


Craig White (front) & Andrew Lawson


Craig White (front) & Andrew Lawson


Jessica Derrin (93), Grant Jordon (236) & Melanie Crockford


Andrew Lawson (399) & Craig White


Locky Taylor

By Sam Tickell,  April 2014

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