The Bennetts British Superbike Championship

Bennetts BSB has a new look this season, with a mixture of big-name superstars, established series veterans, and young guns making up an eclectic grid for 2019. 

Two Bennetts BSB races will headline the weekend, with a superb support line-up including action from the Dickies British Supersport and Pirelli National Superstock 600 and 1000 Championships.


  • Weekend circuit admission 19-21 July
  • Breakfast between 9-10am on 21 July only
  • Hot breakfast roll & tea/coffee
  • Adult tickets - £33  |  Children's tickets - £13

Once you place your order you will receive email confirmation of your purchase. Your entry tickets will then be posted to you approximately one week prior to the event via Royal Mail Signed for. Included with your circuit entry ticket will be a Club Kawasaki lanyard with team breakfast pass. 


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You may be able to purchase extras such as Camping or Grandstand tickets directly from the circuit, please get in touch with them to find out more. 

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The Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki BSB Riders


Having previously ridden for Kawasaki in the official Gearlink Kawasaki Supersport team, Irwin makes his return in 2019, being employed directly by Kawasaki Motors UK and piloting a Ninja ZX-10RR for the official JG Speedfit Kawasaki Superbike team.

Irwin and the JG Speedfit Kawasaki team will continue to enjoy a level of support from the WorldSBK Kawasaki Racing Team backed by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, which has aided the team in achieving the success they have enjoyed so far.

Combined with an improved 2019 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR and Irwin's results so far this season, the JG Speedfit Kawasaki team will be aiming for nothing less than a championship title in 2019.


Ben Currie progresses into the Superbike class with Bournemouth Kawasaki in 2019, following an incredible season in the 600cc Supersport category of the 2018 British Superbike Championship.

Currie won numerous races in 2018 and closed the season remarkably on the second step of the overall podium in the National Championship with his Gearlink Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R.

The twenty three year old Australian began his racing career in motocross before moving to the UK where he completed his first full season of circuit racing. After five seasons of competition across 600cc Junior Superstock and Supersport categories, Currie is now primed to realise his dream and follow through into the premier class of the British Superbike Championship.