Exclusive ASBK and EVO photo gallery from Queensland


We were at Queensland Raceway over the weekend for the opening round of the Australian Superbike Championship.  Here we take a look at the photos from the Evo and ASBK categories.

The opening round of the 2014 AirRoad Australian Superbike Championship provided some thrilling motorcycle racing action at Queensland Raceway today.

NextGen Motorsports Glenn Allerton won the opening round of the Australian Superbike Championship, after taking victory in Race 1 ahead of Crazy Dog Kawasaki’s Mike Jones and K&R Hydraulics Kawasaki’s Mathew Harding.

With a late thunderstorm drenching the circuit, the final Superbike race was abandoned due to the extreme weather conditions.

Allerton also took a clean sweep of the EVO Unlimited class but came under fire from a reinvigorated Phil Lovett, who set the fastest lap time of the final race.

Lovett diced with Allerton over the final laps, the veteran racer passing the BMW rider before being passed back on the final lap.

While disappointed that the final Superbike race was abandoned Allerton said he had enjoyed the weekend.

“It was disappointing that we couldn’t run the final Superbike race but there was just too much water on the track,” Allerton explained.

“I had really good weekend and we made a lot of gains. I am sure the spectators enjoyed it, as there was some great racing across all the classes.

“Now we need to keep the ball rolling as we prepare for Darwin. I am really looking forward to that event especially as we will race alongside V8 Supercars,” Allerton concluded.


Glenn Allerton had a perfect weekend on his BMW


Phil Czaj lines on on the grid but a small off put pay to his chances


Phil Lovett had a great weekend, taking the fight to Allerton in the Evo races


Jason Eacott just missed the top 10 in Superbike


Ben Nicolson could not replicate the feats of his teammate but still got a top 5


Chris Perini was the only Ducati in the Superbike field and came home 12th


Racing down to turn 3. QR is known for its big straights and big stops


Jesse Wacker was fast but didn’t complete the weekend’s running


Glenn Allerton comfortably took pole position in the fading light of Saturday afternoon


The field through turn 4 and 5 – Mike Jones on the #46 would be strong as the race progressed


Phil Czaj is proving to be one the quickest C class riders in the country


Allerton celebrates his victory


The racing was tight all weekend with the ASBK hosting a great field considering their off-track drama over the off-season



By Sam Tickell,  April 2014

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