Australian Superbike: Herfoss Takes Pole Position At Winton

Australian Superbike: Herfoss Takes Pole Position At Winton

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By ASBK:

Herfoss Takes Pole Position 

Penrite Honda’s Troy Herfoss has dominated a tricky weather affected qualifying session recording a new lap record despite light sprinkles of rain in the Pirelli Superbike class, for the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, tomorrow.

The top 12 were confronted with tricky conditions as the wind picked up and there were some slight sprinkles of rain, but not enough to wet the track but enough to challenge them, and it claimed Maxima Racing Oils BMW rider Glenn Allerton who crashed out.

Herfoss didn’t have it all his own way with 2020 ASBK Champion, Boost Mobile’s Wayne Maxwell also clocking fast laps early in the session.

But it was Herfoss who was on fire, and the two-time ASBK Champion could not be happier.

“I was very important to take first blood after a dominant Friday practice and a bit stressful with crash yesterday afternoon, but I’m happy to set a new benchmark with the fastest official lap of the circuit and to take the Elite Roads Pole Position to go with it,” Herfoss said.

“It’s important for me personally to really step up on this bike, I’ve been wanting this bike to arrive for a long time.

“I’m just so happy to come out here and showcase the new fireblade, Michelin rubber with penrite support. We’ve got such a good package at the moment and I’m excited to get out here and race with it.”

Maxwell will start from 2nd, with Desmosport Ducati Mike Jones in 3rd.,Maxima Racing Oils BMW Lachlan Epis claimed 4th, and Yamaha Racng Team’s Cru Halliday rounded out the top 5.

Tickets are very limited for this weekend’s Round 2, mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, at Winton Motor Raceway, Benalla, and only available online via www.asbk.com.au

If you can’t get track side, ASBK has you covered via our official TV partners SBS Australia, Fox Sports Australia, Fox Sports Asia and through ASBK TV Live Streaming.
Coverage begins Sunday on SBS Vicelands or Fox Sports Channel 507 from Midday to 3pm, and the ASBK TV Live Stream coverage runs all day from 9.30am to 4.20pm via www.asbk.com.au

Keep up to date with the latest news on the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul via www.asbk.com.au and following ASBK on Facebook and Instagram. You can also join our ASBK mailing list at www.asbk.com.au

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