ASBK for Island V8 round

A. G.
August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/5/2009, Issue 1352, p11
The article reports that the Australian Superbike Open will feature the L&H 500 V8 Supercar Championship Series round at Phillip Island, England during September 11-13, 2009. It was announced at the V8 Supercar round, where Yarrive Konsky, Glenn Allerton and Josh Waters joined V8 Supercar bosses Tony Cochrane and Shane Howard to confirm the news. It was stated that the plan is part of an attempt to make the Island weekend a motorsports and entertainment festival.


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