Billy McConnell will race the ASBK with 727Moto

Billy McConnell will race in ASBK

Billy McConnell will return to Australia and race the remaining two rounds of the 2022 Alpinestars Superbike Mid-Bike Motorcycle Insurance Championship with 727Moto Yamaha.

Billy McConnell is currently second in the British Superstock 1000 Championship

The former British Supersport champion finished second this year in the British Superstock 1000cc Championship, a hotly contested series in which he has won four victories this season on a Honda. McConnell also finished second in the championship last year, that season he drove a BMW.

Always the showman…
Billy McConnell finished second in the 2021 British Superstock Championship on a BMW
Picture Dave Yeomans

After taking part in the final round of the British Championship last weekend, Billy McConnell is now preparing to return home to South Australia, where he plans to meet the 727Moto team and test with the team.

Billy McConnell

Things have recently started to look up for 727Moto with Ty Lynch firmly in contention for the Australian Supersport crown after a great show last time in morgan park.

Likewise, to a recent round of road racing championships from Victoria to Phillip Island, where many ASBK heavyweights have raced, Jed Metcher had a lot more pace on the 727Moto Superbike and mixed it in with the lead riders. Metcher also raced with Troy Herfoss in recent MotoGP support races.

The addition of the very experienced McConnell to the 727Moto lineup will be a great asset to them.

The penultimate round of the Australian Superbike Championship will run alongside the World Superbike Finals at Phillip Island on the weekend of November 20.

ASBK will then travel to South Australia for the final round the following weekend, November 27.

Billy McConnell hails from South Australia and is sure to have plenty of supporters at The Bend as he adds even more color to an event that will host international swag. MotoGP star Jack Miller is of course the headliner, and riding with him under his Thriller Motorsports banner will recently be crowned FIM Endurance World Champion Josh Hook, Moto2 rider Marcel Schrotter and Red Bull Rookie Harrison Voight .

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Alpinestars Superbike Championship Points Ranking

Pos Last name Total
1 mike JONES 242
2 Wayne MAXWELL 213
3 Bryan WATCHING 189
4 Troy HERFOSS 170
5 Vintage HALLIDAY 161
6 Glenn ALLERTON 160
seven Arthur SISIS 156
8 Josh WATERS 136
9 Anthony WEST 117
ten Daniel Falcon 111
11 Max STAUFER 76
12 Lachlan EPIS 66
13 Broc PEARSON 65
14 Jed Metcher 62
15 Michael Edwards 59
16 Marc CHIODO 58
17 Aiden WAGNER 47
18 Matt WALTER 32
19 BEAUTIFUL BEATON 27
20 Ben Stronach 25
21 Nathan SPITERI 22
22 Chandler Cooper 21
23 Paul LALY 20
24 Sloan GEL 17
25 Benjamin LOWE 11
26 Luke MACDONALD ten
27 Luke JHONSTON seven
28 Corey FORDE 3

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ASBK Calendar 2022

Round 1 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, VIC February 25 – 27
SBK, PTSD, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, SBK Masters
Round 2 Queensland Raceway, Ipswich QLD 18 – 20 March
SBK, PTSD, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, Sidecars
Round 3 Wakefield Park Raceway, Goulburn NSW 22 – 24 April
SBK, PTSD, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, Australian Race Cars
Round 4 Hidden Valley Raceway, Darwin NT June 17 – 19
* With Supercars – SBK only
Round 5 Morgan Park Raceway, Warwick QLD August 5 – 7
SBK, PTSD, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC
Round 6 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Cowes VIC 18 – 20 November
SBK, PTSD, SS300
Round 7 The Bend Motorsport Park, Tailem Bend SA 25 – 27 November
SBK, PTSD, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC
ASBK Night of Champions Dinner – The Bend November 27

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