Leading Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) independent racer Matt Walters has further established himself at seventh position in the standings following round five of the 2019 season at Winton Motor Raceway, Victoria, on 6-8 September. Kawasaki-supported Walters...
Fifth Win For Jonathan Rea And Tom Sykes Podiums At Round 3 Of The 2017 World Superbike Championship
Superbike World Championship Round 3 - Race 1: After an often-tough fight for the lead in the opening 18-lap FIM Superbike World Championship race at Motorland Aragon Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) ended up out front on the final lap after his rival Chaz Davies...
MEGA Bulk Fuels Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team teammates Nathan Crawford and Aleksandr Tonkov claimed 8th and 10th positions overall as the 2017 Motul MX Nationals commenced at Wonthaggi in Victoria on Sunday, 2 April.
Kawasaki supported KX250F pilot, Benjamin Broad achieved outstanding results in the MXD Under 19’s class over the weekend, taking 5th place overall in the first round of the year thanks to placing 4th and 6th in races one and two respectively.
Russian motocross extraordinaire, Aleksandr Tonkov will join Nathan Crawford to compete aboard the factory MEGA Bulk Fuels Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team KX450F motorcycles in the 2017 Australian MX Nationals series.
have been recruited as the newest members of Kawasaki Motors Australia’s KX Junior Squad development program and will campaign their KX85 racing machines in 2017.
MEGA Bulk Fuels and Monster Energy affirm their support of the Australian Kawasaki factory motocross and supercross racing team as primary sponsors in 2017.
Robbie Bugden placed his Kawasaki BCperformance Ninja ZX-10R on the 3rd step of the overall round podium, cementing himself in 3rd position on the championship leader board, a mere 17 points behind the series leader.
Jonathan Rea continued his perfect start to the latest FIM Superbike World Championship campaign on the Kawasaki Racing Team Ninja ZX-10RR by taking two wins at the Thailand round. Teammate, Tom Sykes scored 3rd place in race one and tucked away 2nd for race two which was his best finish of the year.
Australian Women’s Motocross & Supercross champion, Meghan Rutledge will fly high aboard her Kawasaki KX250F and KX450F motorcycles while Endurance extraordinaire, Lachlan Allan will rise to the challenge with his KX250F in 2017.