Home // Mid North Sport // BAYLISS TO MAKE HIS COMEBACK TO THE TRACK IN AUS SUPERBIKES

BAYLISS TO MAKE HIS COMEBACK TO THE TRACK IN AUS SUPERBIKES

Taree-bred Australian Superbike rider Troy Bayliss returns to the track this weekend with the opening round of the 2018 Australian Superbike Championship at Phillip Island.

He’s dominating practice sessions – not only carving point five seconds off his best time, but finishing ahead of some of the best on the track.

The 48-year-old eager to once again make his mark on the tarmac, even though 50 per-cent of the field is half Bayliss’ age.

 

“It’s definitely the best year for Australian Superbike ever, the talent is out there, old, middle aged and young, I think it’s going to be a great year for everybody concerned.”

His first race is at 4.40pm tomorrow.

 

(AUDIO IN PARTS)

 

text will be replaced

About NBN NEWS

avatar

Check Also

GROUP TWO LEAGUE HEATS UP

Competition in Group Two Rugby League will grow fiercer this weekend. The Grafton Ghosts will …

ST JOHN PAUL COLLEGE TAKES OUT AREA FINAL OF BILL TURNER CUP

St John Paul College has taken out the area final of the Bill Turner Cup …

DOLPHINS VS BULLS PREVIEW

The Forster-Tuncurry Dolphins take on the Wallamba Bulls in Lower Mid North Coast Rugby this …

PORT MACQUARIE’S INDIGENOUS RUNNERS CLAIM VICTORY

A group of Port Macquarie’s best Indigenous youth runners have returned from Uluru after claiming …