China Superbike Championship

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China Superbike Championship
Csbk logo 400.png
The official China Superbike logo
Sport Motorcycle sport
Founded 2007
No. of teams 5 or more
Country China
Most recent champion(s) ChinaChow Ho Wan (Rider)
ChinaZongshen (Manufacturer)
China Superbike Championship at Beijing Goldenport Circuit.
Post Race press conference for 150cc Open class in 2009.

China Superbike Championship (CSBK) is a motorcycle racing championship organized in China by China Motorcycle Sports Association and promoted by Zhuhai International Circuit. It was first established in 2007.

There are four championship rounds in 2007. Two at Zhuhai International Circuit, one at Beijing Goldenport Park Circuit and one at Shanghai's Tianma Circuit.

Establishment[edit]

The China Superbike Championship is established in 2007 by China Motor Sport Association, FIM's Chinese member. The promotional rights and organization responsibilities are granted to Zhuhai International Circuit, China.

Regulations[edit]

CSBK has three technical classes, they are:

  • 150cc Open class
  • GP125cc
  • Supersports 600cc

GP125cc is also divided into GP125A and GP125B for riders of different experience, though they race together.

Only Chinese riders (including riders from Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR and Taiwan) are admitted to the championship.

Champions[edit]

CSBK Riders' Champions
Season Class Rider Team Bike
2008 Supersports 600cc Hong Kong Chow Ho Wan China Zongshen Racing Yamaha R6
GP125ccB China Zhang Hai-Long Lingken Racing .
GP125ccA China Zeng Jian-Heng China Zongshen Racing .
150cc Open China Gao Lei S&S Racing .
2007 Supersports 600cc China Wang Zhu China Zongshen Racing Yamaha R6
GP125cc B China Zhang Hai-Long Lingken Racing .
GP125cc A China Xiao Jin Yes! Yamaha Tianjin Racing .
150cc Open China Wu Xia Feiying Racing .

2007 schedule[edit]

2008 schedule[edit]

CSBK 600cc podium at Zhuhai.

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