Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping close to the 2023 Webb Plastics SA Road Racing Championships RD 5, happening this weekend over the 18th and 19th of November, at the Mallala Motorsport Park, presented by Cafnix. South Australia’s most skilled road racers are revving up to return to the track and conclude the thrilling 2023 Championship saga. Over two action-packed days, witness more than 103 bikes in an electrifying lineup of classes—a spectacle you don’t want to miss.
As the final round approaches, the tension mounts with Michael Kemp holding a mere 5-and-a-half point lead, while Dwayne Tosen eyes any chance to snatch the Championship win. Charles Holding, in third place, isn’t far behind and could shake up the top spots. With 34 superbikes racing across the State Championship class, Steve Martin/Peter Kerr Cup, and the Reece Bancell Trophy (C & D Grade), expect high-octane action on the track.
Charles Holding is close to securing the 2023 Supersport Championship with 308 points, followed by Dwayne Tosen at 240 points. The battle intensifies for the final spot on the Championship Supersport podium, as Mitchell Radford and Jayden Plowman tie at 133 points, ready for a weekend showdown.You’re not going to want to miss a second of the Supersport 300 class -Victoria’s Brodie Gawith leads comfortably with 326 points, while the fight for the last two podium spots heats up. Ryder Gilbert (226 points), Tara Morrison (218 points), and Sam Pezzetta (203 points) promise a thrilling showdown for 2023.
Fresh from the 2024 Asia Talent Cup selection in Malaysia, Archie Schmidt, holding a significant points lead, secures titles as the 2023 bLU cRU SA Junior Cup Winner and the 2023 SA Junior Road Racing Champion. The competition tightens for the SA Junior Cup’s second and third places, with Xayvion Amoy and Cooper Pitt separated by a single point. Don’t miss the talent of these young athletes as they hit the track one last time in 2023, setting the stage for next year’s budding junior riders. Only time will tell to see who’s repping the bLU cRU SA Junior Cup Leathers in 2024.
All this plus a PACKED roster of classes, see the Full Competitor List – HERE.
Location and Spectator Info:
Find excellent spectator spots across the hill as Mallala hosts the thrilling finale of South Australia’s Road Racing Championship for 2023. Just a short drive from Adelaide down the Port Wakefield Rd, Mallala Motorsport Park offers ample on-site parking. Gather your family for a fantastic racing weekend—entry for spectators is free.
Don’t worry about packing the fridge, the stocked Mallala Canteen will keep everyone well-fed with hot food and refreshing drinks throughout the weekend.
For real-time updates and results, visit Computime to catch all the thrilling live-timing action.