2014 was a huge year for the inaugural Kawasaki Insurances sponsored FX300 Ninja Cup, with the class producing some of the best racing in the Swann Insurance Australasian Superbike Championship. The Kawasaki Ninja 300 ADR complied production based class did what few classes have ever done in their first year and that is achieve it's aimed goal of providing a fun, level playing field competition that is extremely affordable and aimed squarely at privateer riders.
The field will be competing for a chance at the prize pool which is valued at $30,000, with some great prizes provided by Kawasaki Motors Australia. Prizes include a 2015 Kawasaki KX450F for first place and a 2015 Ninja 300 for second place outright. A shot at the prize pool stretches back to tenth place outright for the series.
There will be a number of championships run within the FX300 Ninja class to cater for all. All riders who enter the Ninja 300 class are eligible to win the series outright championship. Once again there will be a Ladies Championship and this year the U21 Championship will become a Under 20 (U20) Championship (the competitor has to be under 20 years of age prior to the commencement of the first round being Friday the 27thMarch 2015).
Given the amount of interest from more senior competitors in the 2015 FX300 Ninja class, there will be an all new FX300 Ninja F.O.B Seniors, sub class. In order to qualify for the seniors class, the combined age and weight of each rider must be no less than 130. For example, a rider at the minimum 40 years of age must weigh no less than 90 kg with nothing more than shorts and a tee shirt on.
Viewers will be able to watch this great introductory class of racing in the Australasian Superbike Championships national television coverage with at least one race at each of the seven round series being shown on the Speedweek Sunday afternoon show and also on the FOX Sports5 channel which will also be covering the Ninja 300 class.