Another year of the Kawasaki Insurances FX300 Ninja Cup came to a close at the final round of the 2015 Australasian Superbike Championship held at Sydney Motorsport Park over the weekend.
The competition was fierce and plentiful in the second year of the highly acclaimed series with a record total of 43 individual riders competing over the course of the 7 round series. A $30,000 prize pool motivated the young and seasoned riders alike, who found themselves intensely in the hunt for Ninja 300 supremacy.
As track temperatures soared to above 50å¡C, Paul Young started the day off with a spill in race one on his SA Kawasaki BCperformance Kawasaki Ninja 300, placing him at the back of the grid for the beginning of the second race. The experienced rider made short work of his opponents, slicing up the field and taking the lead in only 2 and a half laps.
‰ÛÏA five lap race gives you a short window of opportunity. I nailed the start, which I‰Ûªve managed nine times out of ten throughout the series, so I‰Ûªve got a good technique and that does half the job,‰Û