The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit is set to celebrate 30 years of WorldSBK in 2020.
The circuit hosted its first World Superbike race in 1990 with Peter Goddard and Robbie Phillis taking the win in Race 1 and Race 2 respectively.
The 2020 Australian event will set a new record being the 30th round to be held at Victoria’s world- acclaimed Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. The WorldSBK championship has returned every year since 1990, bar 1993.
No other circuit on the global tour has hosted as many rounds with riders, teams and fans flocking for three decades to the sweeping turns and thrillingly fast circuit that borders the stunning ocean vista of Bass Strait.
The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit is a demanding 4.445km in length with 12 corners, 5 right and 7 left.
Marco Melandri has the World Superbike lap record at 1:30.848 only marginally behind the outright motorcycle lap record set by Marc Marquez in MotoGP at 1:28.108.