The Motorsports TV Supersport class is set to deliver a nail biting weekend of racing at the ASBK Grand Finale at Wakefield Park Raceway, Goulburn, NSW, December 3-6, with only 40 points covering the top ten riders, many of whom have had success there before.
The mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, rounds 2 and 3, will see the best Australian Supersport talent go head to head to try and win the Motorcycling Australia 2020 Motorsports TV Supersport Championship trophy.
With 102 points on offer, all top 10 riders have the skills and talent to win the Championship if they can put together perfect races at round 2 and 3.
Having scored pole and three wins at round 1, current points leader Oli Bayliss, sits on 71 points aboard his Cube Racing Yamaha. With one hand already placed on the Championship trophy, he is the one to beat!
In 2nd place is current Supersport Champion and Wakefield Park Raceway lap record holder Tom Toparis, aboard the Benro Racing Yamaha. Tom sits on 65 points whilst competing in the BSB this year. Toparis is still in hotel quarantine and will wait until he gets home before deciding if he will compete in the Grand Finale.
In 3rd place is Nic Liminton on the YMA backed Yamaha sits on 50 points. He has plenty of talent and will be aiming to be the one standing on top of the dais.
Sitting in 4th with 49 points is Tom Edwards aboard the Bikebiz Yamaha who had been competing in the WorldSSP300 Championship and only returned recently to Australia, is hopeful of being on track at the last round.